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EXCLUSIVE: Meet the Presstitutes!
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Steroids+HGH - the nationwide epidemic
Bigger, Stronger, Faster
Fact: bodybuilders deny steroid usage and addiction. Most of the IFBB professionals will never under any kind of circumstances reveal what anabolic drugs they use in order to get muscular and strong. Even the King Of Bodybuilding and eight times Mr.Olympia Ronnie Coleman has denied using muscle enhancing drugs and claims natural status in many of his interviews. Why?
Obviously, all IFBB professionals use banned substances in order to achieve the physiques they bring on Mr. Olympia stage. However, bodybuilding’s capital country is the USA where using steroids is strongly prohibited by the law and anybody who possess such drugs, without having a medical reasons to do so, fears prison sentence. That’s why going on TV and admitting steroid use is like publicly stating that you have robbed a store or a bank – not a very wise move. Many IFBB pro bodybuilders don’t make as much money as you may think and have to work regular jobs in order to have the needed income to support their families and buy the large amounts of food and drugs they need. Former Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman was also a full time police officers during a larger portion of his career and therefore he had even more reasons to hide his affection for muscle elixirs despite the fact that steroids are used by many police officers and military organizations – saying it in public, however, would be considered as an act of sending the wrong message to the general population.
There is no muscle industry without drugs (steroids).
There is no such thing as getting into phenomenal shape with over-the-counter supplements like creatine and whey protein or with diet and training alone. The naturally lean and muscular body is a skinny one. The human body CANNOT produce excessive muscular size while maintaining low body-fat. A natural trainer has two options: be lean and muscular but look skinny in clothing or be big and look somewhat muscular in clothing but also be relatively fat.
Muscle stars do not tell you the truth because:
They make money off our gullibility when they sell us worthless supplements.
They don’t want anyone to look like them, they want to be special and they don’t want competition.
If they told the truth about their drug use they would be thought of as “cheaters” and their livelihood would be instantly gone.
Every person who has attained great shape has used a cocktail of anabolic steroids, human growth hormone, insulin, diuretics, and narcotics. Every muscular person knows this and most of them will not tell you the truth. Steroids are not just used by a small number of meat-head bodybuilders. Steroids are used by a huge amount of people where strength, size, endurance, or appearance are of importance. Steroids are used for this reason:
On Steroids you go from Zero to Hero in a matter of weeks.
The list of people who ALWAYS use steroids are as follows: Bodybuilders, athletes (even skinny athletes who do not look like the average roid-head), fitness models, and weightlifters. There is no exception to this list. These people take drugs because they MUST take drugs to earn money or to win.
News Flash: Concussions on the Rise, Supplements May Be Harmful, Steroids Are Cheating.. No Kidding.. Today, Stephen McCarthy will be covering a wide range of subjects: The rise in concussions in athletics and the continued emphasis on diagnosis. Supplements are marketed to athletes no matter what the science and include harmful chemicals. Lastly, in case you last checked it out steroids and other performance enhancing drugs are cheating, but they are becoming redily available to all athletes.
Rod Aldoff, former pro hockey player and current Pensacola Ice Flyers head coach will join Stephen to talk about strategies to combat the peer pressure to play sport.
For more information, visit The McCarthy Project
Most serious athletes will tell you that the competitive drive to win can be fierce. Besides the satisfaction of personal accomplishment, athletes often pursue dreams of winning a medal for their country or securing a spot on a professional team. In such an environment, the use of performance-enhancing drugs has become increasingly common.
But using performance-enhancing drugs — aka, doping — isn't without risks. Take the time to learn about the potential benefits, the health risks and the many unknowns regarding so-called performance-enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids, androstenedione, human growth hormone, erythropoietin, diuretics, creatine and stimulants. You may decide that the benefits aren't worth the risks.
Anabolic steroids What are they? Some athletes take a form of steroids — known as anabolic-androgen steroids or just anabolic steroids — to increase their muscle mass and strength. The main anabolic steroid hormone produced by your body is testosterone.
Testosterone has two main effects on your body:
Anabolic effects promote muscle building. Androgenic effects are responsible for male traits, such as facial hair and a deeper voice.
Chuka "The Lion King' Willis? will be joining us on The Yet To Be Named MMA Show? to talk about his upcoming fight with Travis Draper and much more.
Host Dallas Browning and Chris Gregory will be verbally sparring about MMA from the small show to the big show. There's a lot on the agenda cause we have been on a "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" vacation but we are back!!!!
Taking Steroids: Is it for me?
Steroids are definitely a tempting option if you are an athlete or if you’re just trying to achieve a goal that is very hard to achieve the natural way. However, taking steroids should not be done on a whim. It is something you should put some serious thought into because it’s a decision that can change your life. Prior to taking the drug you should evaluate your reasoning for wanting to do it. If you want to do it because all of your friends are then you might want to take a step back and put a little more thought into than that.
Whats a BIGGER problem in ?#SlowPitch????
STEROIDS or SHAVED BATS??
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East Coast Show w/ @ManuelFerrero on @ISPSO Radio
CEO of ISPS, Manuel T. Ferrero III, talks about upcoming tournaments, news, and invites Special Guests to speak about various topics.
LIVE SPORT CHAT:Teen Athletes & the Abuse of Over-the-Counter Drugs
From baseball stars to Olympians, media coverage of elite athletes increasingly includes reports of the use of performance-enhancing drugs to gain an edge over competitors. These substances are usually taken to boost athletic performance, increase muscle mass and strength, and diminish fatigue. Teen athletes in high school and even middle school are taking these drugs, too. There are many reasons for this, such as frustration over being at a plateau in training or curiosity about the drugs' effects. Some young athletes also may use performance-enhancing drugs if they think that others (especially competitors) are using them - and if they believe that coaches and parents will look the other way regarding the use of such products.
Creatine - Creatine is a compound that helps muscles use energy and recover more quickly following exercise. Steroid precursors - Steroid precursors are substances that the body converts into anabolic steroids,Ephedra - Ephedra, also called ma huang, is a plant that contains two amphetamine-like stimulants: ephedrine and pseudoephedrine. The concern about ephedra products was so great that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) banned ephedra from being sold in dietary supplements in 2004. The scope of the FDA rule, though, does not pertain to traditional Chinese herbal remedies, so ma huang tea or other herbal products that contain ephedra can still be purchased. Some cold products also contain ephedrine or pseudoephedrine.
Whether you love him or hate him, you can't deny the fact that BOSTIN LOYD is becoming one of the most well-known and controversial personalities in bodybuilding and fitness these days. The very successful contest preparation coach with over 100 clients from around the world, speaks his "truth" with confidence and poise. So much confidence and poise, it's hard to believe he's only 22 years old. During this podcast, he talks about the series of events that first got the bodybuilding world talking about him.
The focused bodybuilder and businessman talks about the type of clients he chooses to work with--and the ones he refuses to work with no matter how much money they want to pay him. Loyd stresses the importance of people in the fitness industry who want to make a living to take immediate action. He aslo openly talks about some of the challenges he faced when he was starting in business while also focused on his competitive bodybuilding career and much more.
Six-time national champion bodybuilder, one-on-one peak performance coaching specialist, Mass Machine Nutrition supplement company owner, and speaker, Skip La Cour, offers his expert advice on training, nutrition, and motivation that will help you take your efforts to the next level. He also interviews the most interesting and passionate people in the bodybuilding and fitness world so you can learn from their knowledge and success too.
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