YouTube is full of huge muscle-bound fitness trainers nowadays, and despite many people questioning in the comments section whether the men in particular are using steroids to achieve a perfect muscular physique, you will find that none of these guys will ever admit to using steroids.
However one man who has been making waves in the powerlifting world has done just that in a recent video that he posted to his YouTube channel.
Larry ‘Wheels’ Williams, a world-record powerlifter from New York who has achieved so much for such a young man, has recently been discussing his use of steroids in an open and frank interview.
Here is what he had to say:
You will discover that he is currently taking 500 mg of testosterone per week and 150 mg of anadrol per day leading up to the CETC US Open on 15-16 April (note that not all powerlifting federations have drug testing).
This is quite surprising in itself because anadrol is still harmful to the liver, but he then starts discussing his use of steroids four years ago, and admits to taking up to 1200 mg of testosterone at one point, as well as trenbolone, dianabol, prohormones and ‘superdrol clones’, all in the same 16-week cycle.
As he says himself, this was as toxic to the liver as it gets, and with regards to side effects, he said that he felt miserable and felt like there was a living rat eating away at his intestines, which is to be expected when taking such a deadly cocktail of steroids.
He then goes on to say that he has experimented with trenbolone three different times in the past, with both acetate and enanthate, and on every occasion he got severe cramps on a daily basis, as well as depression, lethargy, loss of appetite and low libido.
So this should serve as a warning to anyone thinking of taking trenbolone, or a combination of steroids. The fact is that these steroids can really damage your heart and liver, and can cause a wide range of side effects, which is why we do not condone the use of anabolic steroids in any form.
Indeed it would be better if Larry Williams wasn’t taking any steroids at all because he is still putting his long-term health at risk, and I think that people would respect his powerlifting records a lot more if he was completely clean.
However it is at least refreshing to hear someone talk about their experience of taking steroids, and the side effects that they cause. It’s just a shame that other trainers and competitors can’t follow suit and be honest about their use of steroids.