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Offline taysab23

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Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« on: May 11, 2011, 09:18:31 PM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlQ9Xm4RWRU&NR=1

Yea ticked me off too... thought id share my irritation.

Go to 1:45 in the vid.

Thumbs up if you watch the whole thing though :D
Mom: "Why are there all these scratches on your back and arms!?!"
Me: "Uhhh... I got in a fight with a cat."
Mom: "Oh my God!! Well did you get it off you?"
Me: "Yea, I got her off."
Mom: "See thats why I don't like cats."
Me: "Yea, this one was crazy, I told her no, and she jumped on me."
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2011, 09:19:30 PM »
Lol for anyone who didn't see this coming I feel sorry for you.
 

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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2011, 09:45:35 PM »
foo dude i cant beleive i fell for that. I hate those videos lol theyre annoying as foo. Anyways, before u guys click on it, u r going to get rick rolld lol.
 

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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2011, 09:46:20 PM »
I've already been rolled by this one, long time ago.


However, Ronnie really DID admit to use in the the May issue of Muscular Development. It's really not a big deal though, because anyone with half a brain knows all IFBB Pros are on gear.  The most interesting thing was, they all said ronnie got his Pro card as a drug free athlete. Now that's fooing impressive, if true...I think i believe it..the guy really does have some rare ass genetics. Even in his highschool football pics, wayyy before he was into bodybuilding, he is a huge as hell.
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #4 on: May 11, 2011, 10:14:25 PM »
Haha you got rickrolld...just as we all have aat one point.

You can kinda tell when he did start juicing. I saw his posing routine from '95 I think it was. He still looked big, but not as dense if you will & he also had what I call a true vaccum stomach. Then fastfoward tp '96-'98 he still looks lean, but much harder, fuller, & no more vaccum stomach.
I also found it odd for some reason that Flex introduced him to steroids...but whatever though.
Dude's still my all-time bodybuilding idol. If I can be half as big as him...
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #5 on: May 11, 2011, 10:36:08 PM »
Jay Culter.....you next!
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #6 on: May 11, 2011, 11:30:07 PM »
Haha you got rickrolld...just as we all have aat one point.

You can kinda tell when he did start juicing. I saw his posing routine from '95 I think it was. He still looked big, but not as dense if you will & he also had what I call a true vaccum stomach. Then fastfoward tp '96-'98 he still looks lean, but much harder, fuller, & no more vaccum stomach.
I also found it odd for some reason that Flex introduced him to steroids...but whatever though.
Dude's still my all-time bodybuilding idol. If I can be half as big as him...

The gut is actually caused by HGH, not steroid use. If you check out some of the old school bodybuilders like Arnold you'll see that they all have tiny waists and they were all juicing.

I believe that Ronnie made it pro without steroids, that's how he ended up becoming Mr Olympia. It's like that one powerlifter (can't remember his name) said, steroids are like your ace card. The longer you can hold off using them the more successful you'll be. He said something along the lines of:

If you need them in high school, you won't be playing in college. If you need them in college, you most likely won't go pro. If you use them after you've established your career as a pro, you'll add a few million dollars to your salary.

^This is of course referring to pro athletes, not bodybuilders, but the same principle applies to both worlds.
 

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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2011, 12:58:13 AM »
foooooooooooo!!!! lol i just clicked on the link not even bothering to look what you guys responded. I just got Rick Rolled!!!!
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2011, 05:30:26 AM »
Jay Culter.....you next!

Jay Cutler already admitted to using steroids. He is a freak. I bet you he doesn't use anabolic halo and gakic and leukic. If you were to walk in his house, you would probably find a needle, rubberband, and napkins on his floor.
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #9 on: May 12, 2011, 06:53:02 AM »
95% of the pros are on gear. In muscle and fit. mag., Jay Cutler says how Gakic Hardcore broke him out of his plateau. What a joke. Guess it's his job though. I'd do the same if Muscletech was paying my bills. He knows that guys who are serious know the truth.
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #10 on: May 12, 2011, 12:55:21 PM »
Haha you got rickrolld...just as we all have aat one point.

You can kinda tell when he did start juicing. I saw his posing routine from '95 I think it was. He still looked big, but not as dense if you will & he also had what I call a true vaccum stomach. Then fastfoward tp '96-'98 he still looks lean, but much harder, fuller, & no more vaccum stomach.
I also found it odd for some reason that Flex introduced him to steroids...but whatever though.
Dude's still my all-time bodybuilding idol. If I can be half as big as him...

The gut is actually caused by HGH, not steroid use. If you check out some of the old school bodybuilders like Arnold you'll see that they all have tiny waists and they were all juicing.

I believe that Ronnie made it pro without steroids, that's how he ended up becoming Mr Olympia. It's like that one powerlifter (can't remember his name) said, steroids are like your ace card. The longer you can hold off using them the more successful you'll be. He said something along the lines of:

If you need them in high school, you won't be playing in college. If you need them in college, you most likely won't go pro. If you use them after you've established your career as a pro, you'll add a few million dollars to your salary.

^This is of course referring to pro athletes, not bodybuilders, but the same principle applies to both worlds.

GH plays a smaller role in stomach bloat than everyone thinks, IMO. I think the huge contributing factor is the insane amounts of food the guys eat at a time, which stretches the stomach out. I think it was George Farah I saw in an article somewhere talking about bloated guts in modern day bodybuilders and his latest project- Kai. He's already gotten Kai's bloat to go down by decreasing his meal portions.

And yea bro, I completely agree with what that guy (Also can't remember his name lol) said. Alotta pro BBers get on the stuff way too soon and take way too much of it starting out and end up peaking in the beginning of their pro careers. That's why they don't last.
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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #11 on: May 12, 2011, 10:03:24 PM »
Jay Culter.....you next!

Jay Cutler already admitted to using steroids. He is a freak. I bet you he doesn't use anabolic halo and gakic and leukic. If you were to walk in his house, you would probably find a needle, rubberband, and napkins on his floor.

Do you know where/when he admitted that?

Nvm, I think I just found it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vE6uegoRiFk&feature=player_detailpage
 

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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #12 on: May 13, 2011, 03:49:32 PM »
you can almost tell whether or not their bloated stomach is caused by GH or food, I think the ones abusing GH have a flatter , boxed shaped stomach as opposed to a round one you would see from eating too much food. Kai looks more like he just eats alot as opposed to abusing GH, but im sure him and every other pro uses it anyways. Jay cutler and Dorian yates look like they have the signature bloated stomach from GH. This mother fooer has a really bad case distension caused from GH or whatever else he uses.

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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #13 on: May 13, 2011, 05:36:04 PM »
Don't you think it's both? Growth hormone causes the internal organs (especially the intestines) to grow
 

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Re: Ronnie Coleman admitting to Steroid Use (Full Interview)
« Reply #14 on: May 13, 2011, 10:48:05 PM »
you can almost tell whether or not their bloated stomach is caused by GH or food, I think the ones abusing GH have a flatter , boxed shaped stomach as opposed to a round one you would see from eating too much food. Kai looks more like he just eats alot as opposed to abusing GH, but im sure him and every other pro uses it anyways. Jay cutler and Dorian yates look like they have the signature bloated stomach from GH. This mother fooer has a really bad case distension caused from GH or whatever else he uses.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QSJrjhJUB0&feature=relmfu

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Is dave's stomach completely because of GH? It may not be. He was one of the most unorthodox bodybuilders of all time. He worked his abs every morning and did full body crunches on his back upwards a few hundred reps at a time at a crazy fast pace and was also known to eat massive amounts of food at one sitting. So with a little contribution from all 3 is probably what did it.
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