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Anabolic Steroids Experiences

Anabolic steroids & bodybuilding experiences

How 30 years of evolution rewrote the rules of muscle

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Bodybuilders are getting bigger than ever. Jon Hotten give us a personal view from a journalist, outside the bodybuilding scene, on the freakish world of rippling abs and exploding quads.

There's an undeniable thrill in standing next to the biggest man in the world. Of the six billion bodies on the planet, the vastest, the baddest, the most extreme, is just inches away, oiled and clad in sparkly posing trunks.

Ronnie Coleman, 41 years old, the reigning and seven-time Mr Olympia, comes from Texas and he's as huge as the state, with comic-book arms, a superhero's chest, widescreen thighs. When he fires up his six pack, the cuts in his abs are so deep you could slide a pound coin into one and never see it again....

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Independent Newspaper
posted by Frank Mori, Sunday, August 14, 2005