I smell a troll but I’m gonna go ahead.
OIF Vet here, 6 years active duty. Unless you display overly agressive behavior (beating the shit out of people, MP’s picking you up, belligerence, insubordination, etc.) the Army will not test you specifically. Now if you give them a reason (problems with chain of command, always in trouble, etc.) and they have noticed that you jumped up in weight rapidly and you’re an overnight dud to stud then they may pull a blood panel.
There were specific guys in my unit that juiced heavily and frequently. To be honest I don’t think they even followed a true cycle. None of them were ever “busted”. A couple of them had their gear confiscated during health and welfare inspections but no legal action was taken. I don’t think they even got a counseling statement.
Now mind you, these were also good dudes. They were top soldiers, smart and personable. They new their jobs in and out and were well like by everyone, not just the chain of command. Most everyone would make comments, “nice muscles there juicehead” type comments but like I said, their personal choices were never questioned or made an issue. It really depends on your position politically.
If you are a shitty soldier that can’t pass his PT test and you think juicing is going to transform you, forget about it. If you’re just a good soldier, already good at PT and still hit the gym every night because you like it, then go for it. The gym was my safe haven while I was on active duty. That was my place to go and just focus on myself and it kept me out of a lot of trouble while on AD (Active Duty).
Before you decide to start darksidin’ on AD, you may want to do a little introspection and decide if it’s really right for you in your situation.[/quote]
Thanks for the answer. Ya I’m good on my PT test got a 270 on my last one. I just want to try this to add an extra boost.