Bodybuilders that didn't use steroids

Unlike the Jay Cutler who is the quarterback for the Chicago Bears, this guy has had nothing but success over the last decade. What kind of success? He’s won four of the last five Mr. Olympia competitions (2006, 2007, 2009, 2010), and in the past he’s won three Arnold Classics (2002-2004). Before his string of Mr. Olympia victories, he placed 2nd behind the previous champion (Ronnie Coleman) four times. After somehow losing the 2008 Mr. Olympia title to Dexter Jackson, Cutler became only the third person to ever regain his Mr. Olympia title (the others being Arnold Schwarzenegger and Franco Columbu), and the only person to regain is from the guy who took it in the first place.

I have to agree that the only valid point is the first one. The other points would be negligible at best and certainly not affect a high level natural bodybuilder. Body builders eat often but not such obscene amounts of food at a time that would make their stomachs protrude chronically. Heavy lifting also just doesn’t make your stomach stick out like these guys either. Maybe genetics could play a roll but I really doubt that too, particularly with the pros. Make no mistake at all, bodybuilders with stomachs like this are on or were HGH and/or insulin injections,.

A: Honestly, you’re too old NOT to get started. The science shows that college-age kids don’t have to worry about hormone levels and muscle loss – getting in shape is easy for them. From your 30’s to 40’s and beyond, when hormones and metabolism start to change, if you don't eat the right food and get the right exercise, your muscles (and bone density) disintegrate faster with every passing year, while fat goes on easier. Age 35-55 is our biggest member demographic and more people are joining us after 55 than ever because that age group is finally discovering how crash diets accelerate aging while training and feeding the muscle reverses aging.

The fact that such genetic "outliers" are so rare is why you've waited so long without "many" claiming "to prove it off a bit" -- because, relative to the total number of all the naturals doing bodybuilding, the percentage able to exceed the Calculators is indeed "1-in-a-million" (again, assuming for discussion that your claims of your stats are factual and that Miller had always been and was PED-free when he claimed he was). There simply are NOT "many" top bodybuilders with stats exceeding the Calculators, not lifelong PED-free bodybuilders.

Bodybuilders that didn't use steroids

bodybuilders that didn't use steroids

The fact that such genetic "outliers" are so rare is why you've waited so long without "many" claiming "to prove it off a bit" -- because, relative to the total number of all the naturals doing bodybuilding, the percentage able to exceed the Calculators is indeed "1-in-a-million" (again, assuming for discussion that your claims of your stats are factual and that Miller had always been and was PED-free when he claimed he was). There simply are NOT "many" top bodybuilders with stats exceeding the Calculators, not lifelong PED-free bodybuilders.

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