He’s On Steroids – The Cry from the Confused, Angry and Lazy Lifter


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The Cry of the Confused, Angry and Lazy Lifter What an original topic for a bodybuilding write up! I know this subject has been talked about more than Pop. [COMPILATION] How BTS Jimin acts when he’s angry or mad? jellycreamjimin. Loading Unsubscribe from jellycreamjimin? Cancel Unsubscribe.

Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe 41.2K. Borderline personality disorder causes someone to have problems regulating thoughts, emotions, and self-image. They can be impulsive and reckless. Don’t accuse, don’t cry, don’t call him lazy, don’t say you aren’t his maid. Just tell him what you need from him.

Tell him that you love him to death, but that a marriage is a partnership and you need him to join the partnership. If that doesn’t work, you. Steroids get a bad name for many reasons. Some are good reasons since there are uneducated people who abuse them, and some are from naivity.

People envision needles, children, tempers, acne, heart attacks, liver problems, cancer, tumors, tanned up and shaven bald-headed knuckleheads with g-strings on in auditoriums with shit-eating griins, shrunken genitals, and Lyle Alzedo. 1. Talking Too Much. When parents go on and on, kids tune them out.

Researchers have shown that the human brain can keep only four “chunks” of information or unique ideas in. 50.Socially awkward fail: So one day I was walking around, just chilling with my friends when I see this guy reading a book.He was new there but the book was a book I read and LOVED. So naturally I approach this boy hoping to make a new friend and bond over the series. Been telling my husband he’s been turning me into him for years and he vehemently denied it. I tried avoiding it, but now find myself in the position of the tired angry wife.

I don’t know that he’s had the full epiphany of his actions just yet. And now I’m finding it harder every day to control my angry outbursts at him. A. The pt has been feeling cognitively hazy, confused, and forgetful.

B. The pt has had suicidal thoughts every day for the past 3 weeks, and yesterday she searched “how to kill yourself” on the Internet. C. The pt was very irritable and rejection sensitive for 4 days last week, followed by rapid resolution. D.

I was so confused on why he became angry. He told me to stop calling him so I began to cry and feel angry. I went to his house at 12am to tell him a piece of my mind and he wasn’t there so I waited and parked my car to see who he was with when he came home he was with his friend and he began to ask me why I parked my car in someone else.

List of related literature:

The change in his physique was so dramatic it has led some to speculate about steroid use.

“Bruce Lee: A Life” by Matthew Polly
from Bruce Lee: A Life
by Matthew Polly
Simon & Schuster, 2019

Seven years later he admitted that he had taken “anabolics” and that they had increased his strength: “In five days I could curl and press more and I gained weight.”

“Muscletown USA: Bob Hoffman and the Manly Culture of York Barbell” by John D. Fair
from Muscletown USA: Bob Hoffman and the Manly Culture of York Barbell
by John D. Fair
Pennsylvania State University Press, 1999

He went on to describe how he followed a cycle of anabolic steroids and then afterward noticed a swelling of his chest that he thought was the muscle growing.

“Making the Body Beautiful: A Cultural History of Aesthetic Surgery” by Sander L. Gilman
from Making the Body Beautiful: A Cultural History of Aesthetic Surgery
by Sander L. Gilman
Princeton University Press, 2000

He reminds beginning lifters that motivation, patience, and much hard work are the ingredients for strong outcomes.

“Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel” by Steven Ungerleider
from Mental Training for Peak Performance: Top Athletes Reveal the Mind Exercises They Use to Excel
by Steven Ungerleider
Rodale Books, 2005

He basically declared the race between natural and drug using bodybuilders to be over by informing readers they cannot compete at the top levels without using drugs.

“Muscle, Smoke, and Mirrors” by Randy Roach
from Muscle, Smoke, and Mirrors
by Randy Roach
AuthorHouse, 2008

It’s justso easy to point at steroids whenever anything goes wrong and claim “’roid rage” but I’ll tellyou this— I never got mad because I’d taken steroids.

“The Hardcore Truth: The Bob Holly Story” by Bob Holly, Ross Williams
from The Hardcore Truth: The Bob Holly Story
by Bob Holly, Ross Williams
Ecw Press, 2013

Steroid-using bodybuilders refer to this as the “post cycle crash”.

“Anabolics” by William Llewellyn
from Anabolics
by William Llewellyn
Molecular Nutrition, LLC, 2011

Well, actually, thinking of the utter, stupid perfection of his twoarms, two-legs and a torso routine, he should be taking Tren on a regular basis, eating lean meats and low carbs, and pumping weights at the gym twelve hours a day.

“The Sinner” by J.R. Ward
from The Sinner
by J.R. Ward
Gallery Books, 2020

If you overhear your trainer talking about cycles and stacks, know the he is discussing steroids.

“Shut Up and Train!: A Complete Fitness Guide for Men and Women” by Deanne Panday
from Shut Up and Train!: A Complete Fitness Guide for Men and Women
by Deanne Panday
Random House Publishers India Pvt. Limited, 2013

acknowledging to Fair that he tested steroids on some lifters, Ziegler lamented, “But I wish to God I’d never done it.

“Rome 1960: The Olympics That Changed the World” by David Maraniss
from Rome 1960: The Olympics That Changed the World
by David Maraniss
Simon & Schuster, 2008

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  • You make your gains outside of the gym. BULLSHIT! maybe in a literal sense your body builds the most muscle while you sleep but I hate when people blame not making gains on something other than their shitty work ethic. oh its my genetics because I’m an ectomorph my body can’t build muscle.

  • I’m roughly 6ft and 200lbs.
    Last time I benched, I could take 85KG max.
    Jason is about 5’8 and at the time of this benching footage, somewhere in the 220s or whatever the fuck.
    He’s benching 90KG. And I thought I was embarassing to only take 85…

  • Why do people pretend to be ex-military? What is the end game? Like best case scenario people will be like ” Oh cool, thank you for your service”. Worst case scenario people will find out you are not telling the truth and will think you are a scumbag fraud.

  • Depends how you train. Fluff and pump work can have lots of volume. Barbell training with loads 75% and over, you can’t get heaps of volume in one day without eating into recovery too much.

  • Problem with Lazy lifters too is you see them on pages like this giving crook advice in the comments, thinking they know it all after 2 gym sessions. Then a guy like you or I comes along tells them the facts and they argue. See that a lot these days! The youth ain’t willing to listen to experience!

  • Check coronary calcium scores, maybe CIMT, LDL cholesterol, blood pressure, hematocrit, total testosterone. No oral steroids. Mike’s comments about dosage range is very instructive. No GH or insulin. If you’re doing that, you’re mentally ill. It makes no sense to your long-term interest. Yeah, Rich Piana had a death wish and was a bad influence on anyone else. I’m not reluctant to condemn self-destructive behavior. Someone has to be the adult in the room.

  • FYI: the conversation about why anyone who doesn’t want to be an IFBB pro would take PEDS? Because we want to look more aesthetically pleasing in a reasonable amount of time. Be real, John Meadows natural results aren’t typical, he’s genetically gifted. The rest of us won’t be winning contests (or even LOOKING like we train) if we train naturally. Most guys I see look like crap even after years of training their balls off…thats not a path everyone wants to go down…that’s all.
    I’d like to have a good physique in a reasonable amount of time.
    Hopefully that shed’s light on that question.

  • In Sweden you’re evil if you take gear… It’s the land of extreme feminists, someone needs to put sweden on trt! Thanks for a great pod, sheers from Sweden

  • 1. That cardio will kill their gains
    2. That hamstrings and glutes only need 3 sets of leg curls once per week
    3. Leg press is equal or better than squats
    4. That you need 3-5 minutes to recover between sets

  • Ok guys. You don’t need an hour to figure this out..
    The bad thing about steroids (ped’s) today is they illegal and are all black market.
    You can never be sure if your getting clean stuff or not.
    And since it’s illegal, legitimate doctors can’t monitor you.
    Best not to trust criminals, your buddy, or You Tube for advice. Or with your health.
    If a chick doesn’t want me because my muscles aren’t big enough, she can go fuck herself.
    As for guys that will do anything to win, including fuck themselves up for some crazy bitch? You deserve each other.

  • This was actually really good. I was kind of expecting John to just spout off nonsense about taking only 25mcg of t3 and 150mg of tren per week or whatever, but he tacitly admitted to most ifbb pros being in the 2-3.5g weekly dosage range. Dr. Mike was even handed and didn’t prattle on about how this will kill you or anything.

  • How do you prevent the heart and kidneys from being damaged, and having to get 2 open heart surgeries like Arnold did at 50 years old?

  • There’s always some jackass at gyms that’s saying “yeah I’m gonna jump on test and get huge and strong” i then proceed to ask them what kinda lifting numbers they have and what they eat in a day. I then roll my eyes and walk away. It also seems to be more common in commercial gyms that guys like that exist.

  • These four guys are the real deal. Thanks for the conversationthe antidote to those naive kids who might, otherwise, follow the Rich Pianas of the world.

  • Some people are just completely ignorant and don’t even know how to do basic lifts. I see fat old men in my gym swing on the lat machine and dick around for over an hour in the gym. Making zero progression.

  • I start squatting next Monday, I would love to but I dont do deadlifts because I will hurt my back, I have strong legs because I was into basketball, I cannot get big because I am not able to eat a lot etc

  • My favorite is when a tall person says it’s easier for me than for them because I’m short (5’6”). I then like to reply “then why are the worlds strongest men tall?”

  • Can someone please tell me why he Clips a flashlight to his shirt? And also why does he point it to the side while it’s turned on?