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Old 01-15-2012, 08:55 PM   #16
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Dont look at because he lifted in a nontested powerlifting organization that means he is on AAS.
I don't think that to automatically be the case no just simply saying it can be one of the factors that could raise an eyebrow. I posted many other reasons why it could be thought he is unnatural as well to that.

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Out of respect I don't think it's fair to attach labels to any lifter, "natural" or "steroid user".
Very valid point. And no i don't think he is labeling himself as a "natural" but i did see in a comment he made to another person about one of the vids that he is 100% natty still.


Just one more point i would like to make here is if we are all to believe that the accomplishments of a AAS user can just as well be obtained by a complete and total natural than what is all the fuss about in the first place. We have been told forever that steroids give one athlete a clear and decisive advantage over a pure natural athlete. Now i'm only going off of the world record by a AAS user and saying if that is achievable by any natural individual than by default the argument of steroids giving another athlete the advantage would be over.
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