I just saw this documentary and thought it was very well done.
Since reading some pro-steroid opinions from this site, I've developed quite a bit more of an educated stance. I really wish people weren't so influenced by the media without filtering some of it themselves. Beyond steroids, the nutrition and exercise nonsense that is driven home is just as bad.
So, I'd be lying if I said steroids were not tempting at this point. I still believe I can make a lot of progress without their help extending my genetic potential, but how far really? I think it's interesting that Christian Thibaudeau has mentioned that he's learning things now that can build muscle faster than using AAS. A statement like that is just so difficult to believe with the extreme hormone manipulation you get from AAS.
Does anyone have any comments/thoughts about the movie, their own experience using a one-time cycle, living from cycle to cycle, or denying the temptation to give up 'lifetime natural' status?