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Old 06-22-2013, 01:21 PM   #421
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If you have put in your time, and paid your dues and decide youíd like to venture to the darkside, you still have one more question to ask yourself.

Why?

If itís because you compete, thatís fine. At least thatís something. Bodybuilder, powerlifter, highland games, whatever. If you are competing at a strength sport then at least you have a reason is legitimate. Your competition will be taking something. Youíre putting in your time and money to compete, so why not at least try to be competitive?

If you have to turn to testosterone because you have legit hormone issues, like low test, then by all means do what you have to do.

But if itís to be the ďbig guy at the gymĒ? Get a god damn therapist.

I know assholes who take massive cycles to just go to bodybuilding shows and walk around so they can say they were the biggest guy in a certain square foot area, or in attendance.

You donít need steroids man, you need a massive amounts of psychological help.
Paul Carter on steroid use
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