Top athletes and banned substances

Did you know that most (if not all) top athletes use banned substances, such as steroids and peptides, despite the regulations? Manipulating drug tests to show negative results on specific days is not uncommon for them. It’s challenging for athletes to succeed without resorting to these substances.

I’ve observed this reality during my time in this world, although I’m not a professional athlete myself. It’s difficult for anyone to become a top performer without crossing that line. However, for those of us who are not aspiring to be top athletes but rather just want to improve our physical appearance, there are options to consider.

Steroids may not be the best choice for older individuals, as they can be hard on the body. But there are a few “fairly safe” options that can aid in fat loss and tendon healing. I strongly recommend booking a consultation with me ( before exploring this path on your own. It is one of the fields I am very well versed in. Making informed decisions is crucial, and disregarding locker room “talk” is essential.

On the other hand, certain peptides might be much safer alternatives to steroids. One peptide I’m currently testing out is CJC 1295 DAC, which aims to increase the body’s HGH levels. It is a “precursor” to HGH. After a two-month trial, I will share my experience publicly to determine if it lives up to its claims.

If it proves to be effective, this peptide could be a valuable and fairly safe tool for older individuals. It has the potential to burn fat, increase lean muscle size, and preserve muscle mass during a calorie deficit, making it perfect for cutting phases. Remember, always prioritize your health and seek professional advice before trying any new substances.

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Gert Louw

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