Is natural bodybuilding a lie?


We live in times when the average salary of a certified personal trainer is sky rocketing and ranges in thousands of dollars per month, sometimes even weeks. Every day more and more people are getting hooked in the quest for “perfect curves” and hot fitness bodies. It’s hard not to be affected by the epidemic with all that narcissism flowing around. Facebook and other social media are popularizing fitness athletes while also constantly testing the human self-esteem in the fight for superficial prizes such as: approval coming from Internet strangers, fake online “likes” and courtesy comments, which ultimately mean nothing. Caught in ego’s desires people are forgetting one very important principle – popular trends equal money and money equals trouble for those who don’t know how to protect their backs from scams and evil money grabbers.

More and more are suffering from self-hatred because of multiple failures to achieve the desperately wanted hot fitness body consisting of – six pack abs, muscular arms, sexy rear…etc. Like a starving person in front of expensive Italian restaurant boys and girls are paying for gym memberships, supplements, personal trainers, muscle magazines, fortune tellers and voodoo practitioners in their battle against the “mediocre physique”. The fitness world and industry are happy to help – in exchange for a lot of cash, time and then some more cash. They empty your pocket as they “shape” your bottom and still the results are minuscule compared to what is seen in magazines.

Women and men are equally affected – males want to “add inches to their arms” while females are constantly looking “how to lose 10 pounds in a week”. Nothing wrong with wanting to better yourself, but how is hating yourself helping? You look at all the fitness models with perfect bodies, the bikini sluts with fake tits and say to yourself: “I suck now and hate myself but my life will be perfect when I have the body of a god.” Highly motivated individuals cannot be stopped – especially now when everybody wants to have everything the day before yesterday. However, enthusiasm can only get you so far. The fitness industry pretends to be presenting the key to physical perfection but despite all the products and books it seems that many people still can’t open the door to muscular perfection.

Q: Could it be that they gave us the wrong key?

A: No doubt about it, my friend.

It’s time to present the cold and unbiased truth – professional fitness models, bodybuilders and elite athletes are using illegal substances while selling fake recipes to their fans and supporters. The fact that a competitor is tested does not mean that he/she is clean and has never used banned chemicals during the preparation phase. Drug tests and even polygraphs are irrelevant when gold and fame are at stake.The only rule that matters, as the good old Captain Jack Sparrow has said is:

“What a man can do and what a man can’t do.”

If you can get away with it, why not do it? is a web-site that will present you the available information and let you decide whether an athlete, fitness model or a bodybuilder has used illegal performance enhancing drugs {PED} to get to the top. lets the readers be the judge.

{you decide!}

Where to start?

If you are new to the site we recommend that you start by reading the following articles presenting the basics of the fitness and bodybuilding world today:


Why Do IFBB Bodybuilders Use Anabolic Steroids?

Are Famous Natural Bodybuilders On Steroids?

How Big Can You Get Naturally?

Why Bodybuilders On Steroids Compete In Natural Shows

Why Do IFFB Pro Bodybuilders Deny Steroid Usage

Are Powerlifters Natural?

Why Are Bodybuilders Doing G4P

The Whey Protein Scam In Natural Bodybuilding

Is Layne Norton On Steroids?

The Myth Behind Super Squats by Randall J. Strossen

The Abuse Of Synthol In Bodybuilding

Bodybuilding Slang Explained

Are Fitness Models Using Anabolic Steroids

Fake Natural Bodybuilders Have The “Photoshop” Look