Well I agree with David, He does have a point in his article. Steroids is extra hormones, that’s like putting 2 men worth of hormones into 1 body. yes hardwork, ok sure but your results will be tremendously further than a natural lifter, those on steroids can put on more muscle than a natural lifter. whether he works at it or not he still is “cheating” because he’s adding more mass than he would normally add if he was natural. For the spiritual part, I agree with that as well to an extent. Most meat heads or fitness physiques are too distracted by their surroundings and so focused on the mirror that the reality of their living is ignored. It’s like a person who is so caught up in money that he has no time to think of what truly is his purpose, he’s sort of “blinded” by some superficial distraction. Not to say every single one, but majority absolutely, let’s blame media and society. anyway great post. 🙂 keep it up David
Steroids can make pimples pop up and hair fall out. They can make guys grow breasts and girls grow beards. Steroids can cause livers to grow tumors and hearts to clog up. They can even send users on violent, angry rampages. In other words, steroids throw a body way out of whack. Steroids do make users bulk up, but the health risks are high. It's true, on steroids biceps bulge; abs ripple; and quads balloon. But that's just on the outside. Steroid users may be very pleased when they flex in the mirror, but they may create problems on the inside. These problems may hurt them the rest of their lives. As a matter of fact steroid use can shorten their lives.
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