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Anabolic Steroids Experiences

Anabolic steroids & bodybuilding experiences

Victor Martinez incarceration

Saturday, January 31, 2004

Here's what we know about Victor Martinez and his incarceration:

"...Victor Martinez is still incarcerated in a New York City jail house. Reliable sources have indicated his sentence was drastically reduced from 4-6 years to only 90 days incarceration and 5 years parole upon his release with extensive drug testing (no more competing). I only know of one way to get a sentenced reduced of that magnitude and that is to sing like a bird. After intensive investigation I've found out that charges were brought upon Mr. Martinez as a result of selling steroids and ecstasy to an undercover narcotics officer posing as a personal training client of Victor's for over 1 year. In other words; Martinez was un-knowingly personal training an undercover cop and selling him steroids for over a year. I think I can speak for everyone in the bodybuilding community when I say that Victor Martinez was destined to be one of the best bodybuilders in the world and will be missed greatly."
posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, January 31, 2004 | link

Science Blog - Testosterone Therapy Not Linked to Cancer, Heart Disease

Friday, January 30, 2004

A retrospective analysis by researchers at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center published in The New England Journal of Medicine found no causal relationship between testosterone replacement and prostate cancer or heart disease risk


Science Blog - Testosterone Therapy Not Linked to Cancer, Heart Disease
posted by Frank Mori, Friday, January 30, 2004 | link

Derrick Whitsett died

What the hell! This has been a stunning week he died last Saturday Jan 24. Rest in peace.

Getbig News
posted by Frank Mori, Friday, January 30, 2004 | link

Sonny Schmidt passed away

Very Sad news: 1995 Masters Olympia champion Sonny Schmidt passed away on January 25, 2004 , just weeks after being diagnosed with cancer. He was 50.



posted by Frank Mori, Friday, January 30, 2004 | link

Planning a Steroid Cycle

Thursday, January 29, 2004

Proper anabolic usage requires an adequate steroid cycle planning. Here you have the basics.

Steroid planning 1

Steroid planning 2
posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, January 29, 2004 | link

Getbig Interview: Chris Cormier

Thursday, January 22, 2004

Watch your back! Chirs Cormier is focusing again.



Getbig Interview: Chris Cormier
posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, January 22, 2004 | link

buy steroids Guide

buy steroids: "Internet is full of people who take money and falsely promise the supply of anabolic steroids. These are known as 'scammers'. Other anabolic steroid scammer types send fake gear or clones. Steroid scammers work largely in anabolic discussion groups on the Internet. They pick off the novice who places an advert for the supply of anabolic steroids. Here is an example of some of the scams you must be aware of when you are seeking out a source"
posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, January 22, 2004 | link

ESPN.com - TENNIS - McEnroe admits steroid use; Agassi stunned

Tuesday, January 20, 2004

Who says it´s only bodybuilding related?


ESPN.com - TENNIS - McEnroe admits steroid use; Agassi stunned
posted by Frank Mori, Tuesday, January 20, 2004 | link

PUMPED Magazine Article

Tuesday, January 13, 2004

Bodybuilding is all about building muscle. In some arenas, this calls for whatever means necessary to grow bigger and leaner then anyone has before. Human progress together with fickle audiences demand that bodybuilders show up bigger and more unnatural looking year after year. As a spectator sport/culture, these two forces are critical to the future of bodybuilding. What would become of bodybuilding if you didn't have to be bigger and leaner to place higher than you did the year before? I'll tell you what would happen, audiences would dwindle, the money would dry up, competitors would get small and soft, and the hunger, the drive, the passion, for ever more powerful and massive physiques would extinguish, succumbing to the undertow of the seemingly homoerotic men's fitness movement.



PUMPED Magazine
posted by Frank Mori, Tuesday, January 13, 2004 | link

Brink's Unified Theory of Nutrition

Interesting, very interesting ideas about nutrition. Don´t forget that nutrition is the most neglected part of any muscle growth system

Brink's Unified Theory of Nutrition
posted by Frank Mori, Tuesday, January 13, 2004 | link

Art by Casso

Monday, January 12, 2004

Not only bodies, but art inspired in bodybuilders.



Art by Casso
posted by Frank Mori, Monday, January 12, 2004 | link

Victor Martinez(IFBB professional bodybuilder) goes to jail

Hot off the press;

Victor Martinez goes to jail. Unfortunately this is not a rumor. Martinez was incarcerated in a New York city court room Friday December 5th on steroid related drug charges. The amount of time he will have to serve is not known at the moment, but I will inform you as soon as the information is released. My heart goes out to Victor and his family.


posted by Frank Mori, Monday, January 12, 2004 | link

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Saturday, January 10, 2004

I have been scammed many times ordering steroids, But finally I have found a reliable anabolic steroid supplier.

2 months without any kind of anabolic steroid. Yesterday I received my package (Really smart system used). Now I feel happy and confident with this reliable anabolic steroid supplier.


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posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, January 10, 2004 | link

Federal Government to Ban Ephedra in U.S

posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, January 10, 2004 | link

Physique types

Paco Bautista is a monster, but my personal preferences are very different. I enclose one of my amateur favourites. He is IFBB world amateur champion.

posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, January 10, 2004 | link

Doping Trends

Smuggling of anabolic steroids and other related hormonal substances is big business but not a big crime in most of the world. It is possible to buy this kind of pharmaceuticals without prescriptions in most countries in Asia, Africa and in South America. Even in Europe, in some Mediterranian countries, it is no problem to find pharmacists selling anabolic steroids and testosterone products in large quantities directely to private persons without questions. Internet is another open source for people interested in all kind of pharmaceuticals.


Doping-trends.doc
posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, January 10, 2004 | link

New Monsters.

I have recently received news about this Spanish IFBB professional. He suffered an injury months ago. He is now completely recovered. Paco Bautista was 3rd. at 2002 Night of Champions, his professional competition debut.

Nice guy, this Paco. Although my personal physique preferences are very different, I think he is a professional monster nowadays.


posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, January 10, 2004 | link

Growth Hormone ...

Thursday, January 08, 2004

Growth Hormone ...
How, Why, What, When & Where


I tend to get a lot of emails about Growth Hormone (GH), when compared to other drugs such as steroids for example. I guess it's probably because not as many people have experimented with this hormone when compared to Testosterone or various other steroids. The main reason for the lack of knowledge or experience with GH is because:

Growth Hormone

posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, January 08, 2004 | link

THE IMPORTANCE OF BLOOD MONITORING

Despite the recent trend for sections of the medical community to try and convince the public of the safety and effectiveness of Testosterone Enanthate as a contraceptive, once again I think they are lying to us. Isn't it funny how the same idiots were telling us a few years ago about how anabolic steroids (which are mostly safer than testosterone) were not only ineffective in improving athletic performance, but they would kill you? In fact, I'm sad to say there are still those out there sprouting this crap. But now they tell us that there are no side effects from 300 mg or even 600 mg of T.E. a week. I don't know about you, but I find that hard to believe (I know I would be wanting to kill everyone if I was on 600 mg TE/week; reported side effects were acne in about 5% of subjects and breast tenderness in 3%). Oh, and they did notice a slight weight gain (funny that, I thought they didn't increase muscle mass!!). The unfortunate thing is they tell you what they want you to believe, which may or may not be the truth.
The point is, if you use AS, you should have regular blood tests to see if there are problems that you may not be aware of otherwise. A good example is the changes in blood lipid parameters, like HDL/LDL cholesterol changes, If your intake of AS is affecting your blood lipid profile adversely, you will not necessarily feel unwell. But it is not wise to put yourself at risk when it can be avoided by a change in AS type or dosage schedule. For this reason, it is advisable to have regular blood tests whether on or off a cycle.
The problems most people have is that they don't know what they should test for, and most doctors have little idea. I will try and give you a brief description of each parameter that I consider important to look at, together with a brief description of why they are relevant.
Cardiovascular Parameters: Probably the greatest concern for many who take AS is the long term effect on CV health. Specifically, atherosclerosis due to unfavorable changes in the blood lipid profile. As you know, the narrowing of the arteries due to cholesterol plaque deposits are one of the major factors in both heart attacks and strokes. Many people find that AS reduce their levels of the good cholesterol HDL, which helps clean cholesterol deposits out of the arteries and deposit them in the liver to be removed. At the same time, LDL or the "bad" cholesterol goes up. Therefore the ratio of HDL to LDL, which is called the cardiac risk factor, can change quite markedly. Should you have a blood test which shows a bad cardiac risk factor, you need to consider changing your dosage or type of AS. I have found that Stanozolol for example, is quite bad for increasing my LDL.
Other important CV parameters to look at are triglyceride levels (fasted, as for Cholesterol) and lipoprotein A levels.' Lipoprotein A is thought to be a protective blood lipid which goes up with Testosterone use. If you have bad results from these tests, you need to look at diet (fat content, add omega 6 fatty acid intake, have a glass of red wine a day) and exercise (aerobic exercise elevates HDL more that just weight training).
Liver Function tests: These can be divided into specific LFT's and non specific LFT'S. The non- specific LFT's are next to useless, because they are enzymes that are folind in the liver, but also in muscle, heart and other tissues. SGOT and SGPT are usually elevated in people who weight train, and are further increased by intramuscular injections.
The other two commonly used non-specific LFT's (alkaline phosphatase and gamma GT) are not as high in muscle, and therefore are a much better guide to possible liver problems than the previous two. However, they are not as good as indicators of liver stress from AS as the specific LFT, Billirubin. Billirubin is the breakdown product of the hemoglobin molecule contained in RBC to carry Oxygen. The liver first metabolises the hemoglobin to bilirubin, and then conjugates it joins to another molecule) before excreting the conjugated complex.
For this reason bulirubin levels are reported on the blood test as total, conjugated and free billirubin. It is usually the case in liver damage from AS Llse that the total and conjugated levels are elevated to a greater extent than the free billirubin levels. This is due to the fact that the damage causes a slow down in the excretion of the conjugated product, rather than a change in the levels of billirubin production. I believe that these levels are by far the best indicator of liver problems, the others are of questionable significance.
Full Blood Count: As a general health check, it is standard practice to have a FBC done. The information this provides includes: red blood cell number, size and hemoglobin levels; white blood cell types - and numbers; electrolyte levels (sodium, potassium, etc); albumin and globulin levels (blood proteins that have as one of their properties to bind to hormones and drugs).
Should there be any abnormal results on this test your doctor should be able to advise you of its likely cause. However, it is unlikely to be as a result of AS use because the only change I have seen is when there is a mild form of normochromic microcytic anemia (normochromic= normal hemoglobin levels per cell; microcytic= smaller RBC than normal). This occurs in some people who take stanozolol, but generally causes nothing detrimental. It does tend to mimic the signs of gastrointestinal blood loss, which is always a cause for concern, but if it occurs, first stop taking stanozolol before you let them stick tubes up both ends to have a look.
Endocrine parameters: The use of AS brings about predictable changes to the blood hormone levels. If testosterone injections are taken, these will show up on the blood test, and are indistinguishable from the body's own testosterone. However, in both cases the Luteinising Hormone (LH) will be low due to the negative feedback system. When the pituitary gland senses that the blood levels of test. or AS are high. It drastically reduces its output of LH - the hormone that stimulates the testicles to produce testosterone. The idea is that the levels of test. secreted by the body (endogenous= from within) are kept fairly constant this way. Obviously, the situation changes when exogenous (from outside) test. or AS are present.
A lot of people make a big deal out of how long it takes for the hormone levels to return to normal, due to pituitary suppression, but I question whether this is relevant unless one is trying to start a family. In which case 3000 IU of HCG every 3 days should do the trick. Obviously, there will be a tendency to lose muscle mass at the end of a cycle, but this will happen regardless of whether you use HCG or not. This is due to the fact that HCG will stimulate test. release for a while, but once it is stopped, you will still go through a period where there is next to no test. or LH. HCG is an analogue of LH and as such inhibits LH release from the pituitary. My answer, is to stay on high physiological levels of test. (about 200-300mg /week) and cycle anabolics up to 1000 mg/wk for 1012 weeks on and 6 off.
It is also important to consider the levels of free and bound test. as well as total. Test. circulates in the blood mainly bound to albumin or Sex Hormone Binding Globulin (SHBG). The bound fraction of test, is not available to bind to the receptors, and as such acts as a kind of reservoir. The free hormone is available to bind to the receptor and when it does, one of the molecules of the bound hormone becomes free. There is an equilibrium between the bound and free fractions which depends in part, on the level of SHBG and albumin. When the levels of AS are high, the SHBG often increases, and this may be a sign of receptor downregulation. It is certainly an indication that the body is adapting to the dosage. So, the relevant endocrine parameters to test for are:
-Testosterone (bound and free), Luteinising Hormone, Sex Hormone Binding, Globulin and perhaps Estrogen if using an aromatase enzyme inhibitor such as cytadren (to monitor its effectiveness). All of the normal levels are reported along with the results o the tests, so I won't bore you with them here.
Summary: I hope this has cleared up a lot o confusion about what is important to test for and why. Remember your long term health WILL be important to you even if it's not now. So be careful and train hard and use any drugs wisely or not at all.
posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, January 08, 2004 | link

Bigger Muscles or Better Body

Always trying to be bigger and bigger, but how many consider to achieve a better and more esthetic body.

Here you have an example.



posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, January 08, 2004 | link

Steroid use in Major League Baseball is no longer just a rumor

Wednesday, January 07, 2004

PHOENIX - (KRT) - Steroid use in Major League Baseball is no longer just a rumor. It's a fact.

During the 2003 season, baseball administered 1,438 unannounced steroid tests. Between 5 and 7 percent of those tests were positive, the commissioner's office announced on Thursday.


The Mercury News
posted by Frank Mori, Wednesday, January 07, 2004 | link

Study: Steroid use can cause long-term aggression?

The same old history. Many cycles in my experience without any aggression increase. What do you think about?



http://scienceblog.com/community/article2073.html
posted by Frank Mori, Wednesday, January 07, 2004 | link

Insulin

Yes, I know insulin is not an anabolic steroid, but in this wild world of competitions there are many other compounds used.
Is Insulin dangerous? Take a look a this basic information.


Insulin: The Double Edged Sword that makes you HUGE!
The title of this article is not a joke. Insulin is probably the most effective anabolic hormone currently used in the arsenal of top bodybuilders, but at the same time one of the most dangerous, if used incorrectly.
Before I start in to the why, what and the how on this ‘super drug’, I feel forced to first warn you of the major dangers of insulin usage and remind you that this article if for information only and does not constitute medical advice:
Death – The real danger of exogenous insulin use is hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar) and in extreme cases this condition can cause the athlete to fall into a coma and possibly death.
Diabetes – In theory insulin use can cause your pancreas to stop producing insulin or make it insulin resistant, this can lead to diabetes.
It can make you extremely fat – To a bodybuilder this is a major danger and if not used correctly will turn you into a fat mass.
There can be, like most other bodybuilding drugs, many other smaller side effects, mostly related to low blood sugar, such as drowsiness, sweating, distress, hunger, anxiety etc, these will subside once sugar levels are normalized.
Now that that is out the way, we can get down to the nitty gritty.

What is insulin?
Insulin is a peptide hormone that is released from the beta cells of the pancreas. It is released due to a rise in blood sugar levels in the body that is induced mainly by eating carbohydrates, but to a lesser degree by some amino acids in protein sources. It is primarily responsible for the direction of energy metabolism after eating. It helps to regulate blood sugar levels in check.
Individuals with metabolic disorders such as type 1 and 2 diabetes cannot produce their own insulin; their bodies may not be able to use the insulin properly or may be resistant to their own natural insulin. In some of these cases exogenous insulin may be required.

Why are bodybuilders using such a dangerous drug, are they mad?
Good question (but don’t make me ramble on about the mental state of bodybuilders, that is a whole other issue all together!). Most of the top physiques in the world are due largely to insulin; it is considered a drug used only the ‘inner circle for the following reasons:

- It supports amino acid uptake into muscle tissue, allowing the muscle cells to have more available for growth and recovery.
- It enhances glycogen levels in muscle cells, creating a favourable environment for growth and cell volumization.
- It is anabolic.
- It is anti-catabolic.
- It gives an excellent ‘pump’, due to its cell volumizing properties.
- It transports more creatine into the muscle cells.

So, as you can see from the above, insulin is an attractive proposition for the serious athlete (my thoughts on this in the conclusion). In fact, a bodybuilder once told me a story that illustrates the popularity and effectiveness of insulin in advanced athletes. This bodybuilder is a top calibre athlete, good enough to earn him a place at one of the international amateur shows. While sitting backstage he was chatting with the other competitors, about drugs, of course, and started bringing up topics relating to stacking of steroids, at this point he was interrupted by one of the athletes who said something along the lines of: “Are you still using steroids? Where the hell have you been?”
The athlete continued to discuss how they were stacking Growth Hormone, Thyroid Hormones and Insulin to achieve their incredible physiques.

In conclusion
Insulin is a very powerful hormone and anabolic agent that definitely has its place in the serious bodybuilder’s drug arsenal. Note I mention the word ‘SERIOUS’ athlete. Insulin usage is not for amateurs, it requires a lot of discipline and knowledge. Not enough is known about its use in bodybuilding and most advice you might receive will come from athletes who have tried it, and not from trusted medical and scientific sources.

This is one drug that you do NOT play around with.
posted by Frank Mori, Wednesday, January 07, 2004 | link

Talking about anabolic steroids, Don´t forget the reason for using A.S. Build the body of your dreams.

Some examples of my favourites:




posted by Frank Mori, Wednesday, January 07, 2004 | link

I think the main problems with anabolic steroids are hypocrisy and scamming.

1.- Hypocrisy:
Because although they are banned and forbidden for the sport use, they are the most used sport
enhancement products.

2.- Scamming:
Due this forbidden status, the anabolic steroids are hard to find and expensive. Many thieves make profit
from this banning status.

In future posts I will go deeper with these concepts.
posted by Frank Mori, Wednesday, January 07, 2004 | link

Finally my own weblog. It´s dedicated to share other bodybuilders my experiences with anabolic steroids and bodybuilding.
posted by Frank Mori, Wednesday, January 07, 2004 | link