A great deal of the authors and almost all the males in the pictures of the articles are obviously on steroids.
Yet all the articles seems to assume steroids are not necesary to gain that amount of muscle the articles promote.
Or am I wrong. Does the average beginner (I’m a beginner, but I know the basics of human physique) think it it’s possible and therefore it is good motivation - atleast for a couple of years. Personally it makes me question quite a few of the articles. Are they based on research subjects who are clean or on steroids?
…Most of the authors who post on the site are not on steroids, some may have tried them, but for the most part they are clean. Its probably the exception to the rule. Most of their knowledge comes from well-designed, scientific studies with control groups all the necessary things for them to be credible.
Most of the authors who write intelligent articles will even tear apart research studies based on them being flawed. Most also train themselves, or train large number of people as a way of making their living. They really have seen it all when it comes to things strength/conditioning/nutrition/etc.
Good go away. Please just leave and ignore all the articles about nutrition, successful program design, human anatomy and how the body is designed to move a load, how to avoid injury, TC’s articles on the spirit of man and whatever else, new lifts or neglected lifts, what supplements actually work and why they work, how to increase athletic performance, and go buy some supplements that don’t work from another company that also uses images of steroid users to promote their useless product that is pretty much solely designed to get money from people who don’t know any better.
And please dont start saying I cant tell if they are on drugs and its just because I’m a small nerd with no self esteem.[/quote]
No. You just sound like an idiot. You also are making excuses and ignoring a lot of free knowledge available to you without having to buy a thing first.