Thread: roids for soccer
04-05-2002, 11:11 AM #1New Member
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roids for soccer
anadrol suitable for soccer players?
cause anadrol makes erytropoitein too.
anyway i'm looking for roids for soccer players.
what do u recommend?
04-05-2002, 11:46 AM #2
04-05-2002, 11:50 AM #3
go with the winny or the deca , niether are painful, should get some significant results, just out of curiosity how come ur trying to get them for them, shouldnt they do it for themsleves if there old enough, are u a trainer or something. not a flame, just wondering bro. hope u get some good info. search the above roids on the site
04-05-2002, 12:37 PM #4Junior Member
Originally posted by ironfist
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LOL...Why would a soccer player need roids?
Anyways, stay away from anadrol and bol if you plan on running, as they will give you a back pump from hell and you won't be able to run...I'd try test prop, deca, eq, winny, fina etc...
I'd probably go with something like this
wks 1-10: 500 mg/wk eq
wks 6-12 or 1-6 or 1-8: 300-400 mg/wk primo
wks 6-12: 50 mg/ed winny
wks 1-5: 30-40 mg/ed of Anavar
Thats the most you probably want to mess with. Primo & Var are really pricey. Winny requires the daily injections. If you get tested, you'll want to stay clear of deca - metabolites stay active for 17-18 months and some people feel lethargic on deca. Do more research before you decide anything. Really you don't need any roids to play soccer.
04-05-2002, 01:41 PM #5
There is no reason why soccer players or any competitive athlete shouldn't consider chemical enhancement. The water retention and excessive weight gain will probably adversely affect performance, slowing you down; although I must admit you would still probably be the meanest motherfucker on the field. Try to stick to something light and with small chance of aromatization, such a cycle that would be used in such competitive sports as baseball, sprinting, and tennis. Yes, I said tennis
04-05-2002, 01:46 PM #6Originally posted by jbrand
Yes, I said tennis
04-05-2002, 01:58 PM #7
04-05-2002, 06:23 PM #8
"That's what I turn the TV to at night to fall asleep"
all in due time, my friend five years from now people will tune into the US Open just to witness a tennis players halotestin -induced rampage which caused him to throw his racket at a steady 90mph at his opponent while trying to rip the line judge out of his high chair.
04-05-2002, 06:40 PM #9
"DON'T BASH TENNIS!!!....ITS LIFE!"
haha no harm intended bro. I played tennis for years, and believe me if my new idea of cardio wasn't changing the channel on the television I would still be playing!
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