PS: I’m not making excuses for my training regime. I’m not hating. I believe we are all free to do what we want with our bodies and I have nothing against steroids. In a world where people drink and smoke all the time, I certainly wouldn’t judge someone for wanting to look ripped and swole. I still workout plenty and am very committed to my physique, however, I would prefer to still fit into a suit then be massive. But to each their own. The only reason I write all of this is to educate all of those that are buying into the idea that protein powder and creatine will ever achieve a body like Simeon’s. Don’t buy into the hype and stay thirsty my friends.
Although the modern doping products are very powerful in promoting muscle growth and body fat reduction, better think twice before starting to use them and inform yourself very well about their side effects and health risks. If you are hoping for a long and healthy life, you probably do not want to become a chemical bodybuilder. A must-see for everybody who considers starting with anabolic steroids is the documentary on steroids produced by Nat. Geogr. Chan. One of the best books with practical information on anabolic steroids is Anabolics by William Llewellyn.