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Anabolic Steroids Experiences

Anabolic steroids & bodybuilding experiences

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