This really is nothing against the OP at all, I just thought I’d throw this out there. A lot of people on here are offering advice to her, telling us that she can make her own decisions, but any 21 yr old dude would be told he’s too young and to wait and “advise against” and all that.
What I think is that if someone wants to take something and they are looking for advice, if you have the knowledge, help, if not, don’t say shit.
I think that if a guy has had sex, has chest hair, pays bills, buys his own food, has a steady job, lifts like he has a purpose, and understands steroids to a good extent, then even if he’s 18-21, he should be able to do as he pleases. Everyone already understands that telling him he’s too young or whatever the case may be is not going to do a damn thing. At least offer up some good advice about a cycle.
Personally, I think that steroids are a little extreme for a chick, but I think that if a girl is going to be a fitness/figure/bodybuilder, then thats your life, do it, but if it’s just for a job, work harder and you can get to the strength you need to.
Seriously, a year ago, I couldn’t do a pullup, now I’m doing sets of 10. It’s really not worth messing with your hormones if doing something like figure/fitness/bodybuilding is not your life.
just my 2 (maybe 20) cents[/quote]
To clarify, are you saying that male adults with a decent understanding of AAS should take them as they please, but women with the same level of understanding should not unless they are going to be professional physique competitors?