I have a relative who was a police officer who was shot on duty about 2 years ago. To save his life they had to cut the blood flow off to his spine and it caused paralysis to his legs. The doctor told him to pick out a wheelchair. He said, "fuck you" and picked a new doctor. He's a fighter and has been busting his ass in physical therapy and Golds. He was told that after he hits the two year mark that he's pretty much where he is going to be for the rest of his life when it comes to his handicap. He's improved a lot and can walk with braces on both legs and crutches. He knew about me roidin' in college and asked me if I thought steroids would help him. His upper body is fine and I would think since he uses his upper body for most of his support that they would help. His legs have atrophied so much and look like pencils compared to the way they once were.
LETS TAKE AN AVERAGE PERSON THAT DOESN'T WORK OUT AND PUT THEM ON A BULKING CYCLE. I WOULD THINK THEY WOULD STILL EXPERIENCE SOME SORT OF GAINS. WHAT IS YOUR GUYS' OPINION?
He asked his doctor to put him on steroids and the doctor made him feel like an idiot for even suggesting it.
He's not on any meds now except for pain pills and muscle relaxers.
Have any of you ever heard of any handicapped persons making the most of their handicap utilizing steroids?