Steroid abuse horror stories

Rick Collins, JD, CSCS [ ] is the lawyer that members of the bodybuilding community and nutritional supplement industry turn to when they need legal help or representation.  [© Rick Collins, 2013.  All rights reserved.  For informational purposes only, not to be construed as legal or medical advice.  Adapted from a column in  Muscular Development  magazine.] [1]  http:///hln/nl/5356/Doping-in-sport/article/detail/1416751/2012/03/30/Een-sporter-betrapt-bij-dopingcontrole-van-4- (use Google translate, from Dutch).

Steroids shattered the limitations of my body. I first sensed their effects while bench-pressing dumbbells. I usually peak at 85lb each, or 170lb total. But after 10 repetitions with the 85s I was stunned: it felt like a warm-up! With a degree of trepidation - we're talking weights that, if mishandled, could break a wrist or some ribs - I picked up the 90-pounders, which I'd never attempted. They went up easily and I ripped out 10 reps. It was an out-of-body sensation: somebody else's arms were pushing those weights, someone else's pectorals flexing and contracting.

"Because I'm guilty," Fitzpatrick, then 72, told the court May 16, 2002.
Another part of the deal: Fitzpatrick would serve no jail time. He could return to Randolph, Mass., with a 10-year suspended sentence and 15 years of probation. Six of the victims approved the plea. Ogletree called it a "sweetheart deal" and vowed to fight it. The fissure between Ogletree and the rest of the victims widened as the Red Sox's new ownership -- which bought the team after the lawsuit was filed -- negotiated a settlement. When the club paid the $ million May 28, 2003, Ogletree was in a mental institution. He says the previous ownership group had promised him psychiatric care for the rest of his life and reneged.

Steroid abuse horror stories

steroid abuse horror stories


steroid abuse horror storiessteroid abuse horror storiessteroid abuse horror storiessteroid abuse horror storiessteroid abuse horror stories