Category Archives: sports

Zach Zeiler – Is He Natural Or On Steroids?

| March 22, 2019 by Truth Seeker |

Hello, fellas Today, the classic natty or not review focuses on Zach Zeiler. Is he a pristine natural or is he a needle samurai? Let’s look at his stats: Height: 6′ (183cm) {source} Weight: around 205lbs as of 2019 Bodyfat:  unknown but appear fairly low On March 9, a photo of Zach Zeiler showcasing his […]

Why Athletes Should Be Free to Take as Many Steroids as They Want

| September 29, 2018 by Truth Seeker |

If you don’t pay attention, it’s not difficult to conclude that the masters and their regulators are highly invested in your comfort and salvation… that they are bothering you because they care. A little experience and brain activation should reveal that the plasticity of the structure goes deeper than that. Behind the official statement, there […]

Can Strength Training Replace The Use Of Steroids In Sports?

| August 9, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Reading the crazy ideas pushed by fitness experts can be an amusing experience. In one of his articles on S-Nation, the Godfather of Low bar Squats, Mark Rippetoe, expressed his strong belief that strength training can stop the use of steroids in sports. He wrote: “Athletes take steroids to get stronger. That’s the only reason […]

Muscle Imbalances: Tips and Tricks to Avoid Overthinking

| April 13, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Paralysis by analysis a.k.a. overthinking is very common in the iron community. My lifting background says that the less experienced you are, the more you think about issues that do not really make a big difference. Back in the day, I used to suffer from wrist and elbow pain. I had an overuse injury known as tendonitis. This made […]

Powerlifting Weight Classes: Delusional Expectations

| March 20, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Your height and bone structure determine your weight class. By default, a tall man cannot compete as a lightweight, whereas somebody who is 5’5″ will fit there perfectly. In order for a tall guy to do well in barbell sports, he has to compete in a higher weight class. The only lift which allows skinny […]

Are Olympic Weightlifters on Steroids? Of course, they are.

| February 23, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

Undoubtedly, the rise of weightlifting is connected directly to the advancement of anabolic steroids. The better the pill, the higher the record. In this post, I presented you material revealing the early use of anabolic steroids by Bill March of York, Pennsylvania, and Louis Riecke of New Orleans. Of course, their rivals from the Soviet […]

Getting Ripped: What Boxers Can Teach Us about Getting Shredded

| February 12, 2015 by Truth Seeker |

“How much do you weigh?” is a popular question in commercial gyms. During the cold season, people boost the number, but as soon as the summer kicks in, the firmness in the tone disappears. Why? Because the fat gut popping under the XXL shirt immediately devalues the number. Does it matter that you weigh 220 pounds […]

Are The Olympic Lifts Muscle Builders? Can you gain slabs of muscles by doing the clean & jerk?

| December 5, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

Some Olympic weightlifters have thick physiques that make the muscle worshipers envious. As a result, many muscle constructors begin to incorporate the Olympic lifts in an attempt to gain some of that “Oly” mass. However, are the Olympic lifts efficient muscle builders? Olympic Weightlifting Is A Hip Dominant Sport Both Olympic lifts are hip and back dominant. That’s why most Oly […]

The Real Reasons Why CrossFit Sucks Talking trash about CrossFit never gets old.

| November 24, 2014 by Truth Seeker |

CrossFit has taken over the spare time of many lost souls. Every day thousands of people update their statuses on various social networks to report a hardcore workout. They want everybody to know about their CrossFit experience because the number one rule of CrossFit is: Make sure everybody knows you’re doing CrossFit. It seems that talking […]