this leg video. So would people please just stop with the "friends don't let friends skip leg days" crap.
You seem jealous and are looking for reasons to discredit his achievements. I hope you realise working out with dedication can get you a body like that, not just steroid usage...
well, id say hes on roids..
i have known a danish bodybuilder for serval years now, and i can tell that guy is on roids.. dosent look natural at all..
He's juiced before and/or is but worse than that his proportions are off. His back is way behind his chest and arms and I bet money his legs are horrible.
A lot of professional bodybuilders are clean and look even better than this guy.
I care because i wanted to know if it's possible to look like that without juicing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8WV9DZehYs4 - If you dare
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That being said, steroids are a-ok in my book. If someone wants to use them, then they should be free to do so. Too bad the government and society thinks otherwise.
I'm like 6ft 170lbs been going to the gym a few years but i'm way smaller than him and i can curl 25kgs no momentum, if my arms was his size i'd be expecting to curl 35kg+ all that extra size without the extra strength...that'd be pretty sad.
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To attain a body that has that much muscle mass the person either has genetics build for him to build muscle or he is on steroids. Steroids only enhance what your body does via testosterone and many other hormones by forcefully injecting foreign hormones into the body. You still have to eat correctly and workout regularly, the only difference is that the steroid guy is (at his own risk) putting more test. into his body than it normally produces. I dislike the use of steroids but without them there would be NO professional bodybuilders competitions as each of the contestants are dosed beyond belief.
Either way the guy may be using them or he may not be using them, either way it is that mans body and he can screw it up in whatever manner he wishes to do so.
The thing about looking like the guy above is that it's a far, FAR more complicated regime than simply working out hard and eating protein. When they go to shows and you see their physique, they eat a very strict diet, which usually involves eating a specific amount of certain nutrients for 1 week, binging on carbs for a few days (all you can eat seafood restaurants beware!) then hitting the weights HARD, then drinking loads of water, plus other stuff simply in the couple of weeks leading up to the shows. The things you eat and drink are very specific though, and usually involve nutrients you wouldn't even consider in a normal diet.
It's always been Wankershim!
I admire anyone who works out and changes their body. But I think sometimes people go too far and they end up looking comical. And I think that with this guy. The muscles just don't seem to match the body. Theres looking good.. and then theres looking obsessed and a bit silly.
Speaking of body changing, this photo of Hugh Jackman is pretty epic: