When people think about bodybuilding, they usually think of injectable steroids for sale in the USA, which come in a variety of forms such as pills and injections.
There is bull shark testosterone, which comes from the world’s largest shark species. Taking bull shark testosterone will not only make you bigger, but it will also cause some strange side effects as a result of the massive amount of testosterone in your body.
I really have a couple of personal anecdotes for you, one of which is about someone who refused to take steroids at all.
A man I know once told me a tale about his father, who was a competitive bodybuilder when he was a kid.
His father did not use steroids all of the time; there was a moment when he needed to speed up his growth to catch up to his competitors. A few months later, the guy’s mother received a call from the hospital informing him that his father had suffered a heart attack. My friend was only a child at the time, and the prospect of losing his father was devastating to him.
He and his mother rushed to the hospital, where the doctor discovered that his father had a heart that was almost too huge to fit into his chest, despite the fact that he wasn’t using steroids excessively.
There’s a danger that if you start taking steroids, your heart can grow too big for your chest.
Gynecomastia is the medical word for when a man’s chest develops into boobs as a result of steroid use. I’m not making this up.
Because this is a complicated topic, I’ll attempt to keep it easy. Basically, the chemicals in steroids convert testosterone to estrogen, and part of this substance gets into your chest and develops into something you wouldn’t want as a guy over a few days.
Although having a large chest is advantageous, I assume that everyone who develops breasts will be disappointed. It reminds me of the Family Guy episode where Peter Griffin attempted to breastfeed his son.
It makes little difference if steroids are allowed where you live or not; aside from bodybuilding, steroids are commonly utilized for medicinal purposes.
My acquaintance, who works in a hotel spa delivering massages, once told me about a customer of hers who was an Israeli girl in her early twenties.
This female was prescribed steroids for medical reasons and told my friend about it. She had a leg injury while serving in the Israeli army, and it took around three months for her to see a doctor, by which time her limb had deteriorated to the point that she had two options: have her leg amputated or take steroids…
The girl obviously didn’t want to lose her leg, so she turned to steroids. A few years later, her leg had healed, but she was as big as a HOUSE and she didn’t appear muscular like a bodybuilder; she just looked REALLY FAT.
This sort of goes back to the point I made about the expanded organs; you won’t simply acquire enormous muscles; you’ll also get bigger and fatter. “It’s never what you see is what you get, it’s what they want you to see,” Gregg Valentino remarked of bodybuilders who use drugs (he is one himself).
To me, bodybuilding is about getting bigger organically and keeping healthy, not about taking steroids.