- Dec 28, 2017
- 97d 19h 0m
There is a known increased risk and every medical examiner office in the country has seen more than a fair share of cases.TBH I think they seem safe from a health standpoint as every athlete in the past 70 years was on them.
This doesn't mean that everyone who takes them will die of SCD or MI -- but calling them "safe" is misleading.
That's good point. My guess is it's most the thicc midgets blasting the stuff and having an year around average of 30+ bmi who are getting heart problems. The studies don't seem to mention BMI or dosage.
Some incel lanky tall guy doing 250 mg a week probably won't get problems, but that's just my awful speculation.
Most "elite physique" juicers are midgets like Jeff Seid who clocks in around 5'7 lying on the internet, claiming 6' and taking group pics/vids with his midget crew (seen in the vid above).
Seems they turn into bloated rich pianas later in life trying to be mass monsters but their hearts don't give a fuck about their gains if he's sub 6' and 250 lbs+. Mass is still mass.