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Long Term AAS Use – Bigger, but Not Stronger?

Posted on October 18th, 2014 by Degraff

Sweden is known as one of the world’s toughest countries on steroid use.  In fact, they have arrested guys for simply looking big.  But their latest study on elite lifters attempts to answer the question – Are steroid users really bigger, stronger, and faster? What do you think is a long time on anabolic steroids? […]

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Super DMZ 2.0 Causes Liver Problems

Posted on October 9th, 2014 by Degraff

Another case study showing a designer steroid called Super DMZ 2.0 by Blackstone Labs causes liver cholestasis.  Ohio State Medical Center doctors choose to simply monitor the patient, and discontinue the supplement causing the issues. I’m going to keep this one pretty short, because it’s not the first time, or the last that we will […]

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24 Designer Steroids Tested by UK Researchers – Quality Problems

Posted on October 8th, 2014 by Degraff

A group of UK researchers tests 24 different prohormone and designer steroids.  What they find is a significant amount of mis-labeled and underdosed products.  In the end, the trusted brand of that time (CEL) reigns supreme in terms of quality designer steroid clones. There is no doubt that government agencies are aware of designer steroids […]

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OxyElite PRO (OEP) Liver Damage – The Victims

Posted on October 5th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff A victimology report out of Hawaii shows the severity of the liver damage caused by USP Labs OxyElite Pro.  Including 2 liver transplants, and one death. It has been nearly a year since several reports of liver damage in Hawaii as a result of supplementing with USP Labs OxyElite Pro (OEP).  Up […]

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ACE-083 a Bodybuilding Game Changing Drug – Episode #14

Posted on September 17th, 2014 by Degraff

By Travis DeGraff ACE-031 Despite the extremely impressive pictures of myostatin deficient animals, humans have yet to successfully find something that inhibits myostatin to a degree that effectively gives them larger muscle mass.  Follistatin is perhaps the most popular in the bodybuilding world.  However real world results seem lackluster, whether it be the quality of […]

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Bodybuilding Mental Problems

Posted on September 14th, 2014 by Degraff

Psychology of Bodybuilding There is no denying the fact that competitive bodybuilding is not healthy.  The body is not designed to carry such a low body fat.  And it was never intended to be flooded with grams of gear.  Because of this people often think this extreme contest preparation requires somewhat of a masochist type […]

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Oxytocin and Meatheads – Episode #13

Posted on September 10th, 2014 by Degraff

by Travis DeGraff Oxytocin the Love Hormone – Not for Meatheads? New research sheds light on why we may or may not be evolutionarily adapted to perceive big men as a threat.  Are you a threat?  What does the love hormone Oxytocin have to do with it?  And find out why these two guys pictures […]

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FDA Pulls More DMAA Off the Market

Posted on September 9th, 2014 by Degraff

by Travis DeGraff 1,3-dimethylamylamine As you may recall the last great stimulant of our time has been facing a lot of FDA pressure in recent years.  1,3-dimethylamylamine (DMAA), or geranium extract is a rare find in most products.  In 2012 and 2013 there was a litany of debate as to whether DMAA was truly safe. […]

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3 Years of German Customs Seizures

Posted on September 1st, 2014 by Degraff

Kilos of Steroids Seized The Germans, have long been considered experts in anti-doping agents especially the lab in Cologne Germany at the German Sport University.  Just last year the lab reported 266 cases of failed drug tests in Olympic athletes after utilizing a sophisticated new steroid test which could detect steroid use several months earlier. […]

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Paraffin Site Enhancement Oil – FTL

Posted on August 31st, 2014 by Degraff

Site Enhancement Oil Another day, another abscess as Bostin Lloyd says (I’m joking).  But on a more serious note, is a relatively new case study published in Volume 383 of The Lancet, which is one of the world’s most well established medical journals.  The Journal describes a 23 year old male bodybuilder who visited the […]

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