you can also see it on movie6.net or moviesister.com
I think he cleared up a lot of the common misconceptions that the public has on steroids and really put a good face on steroids in general. It's a shame they don't require the plebs to all watch this, because no media outlet would agree that steroids aren't the big bad wolf of our time. Nearly as destructive as WMDs!
The movie was good. It didn't cover hypogonadism though. Also it should have revealed the fact of how easy it is for winey little tranny girls that want to be boys to get test as apposed to someone who truly needs it. FTW
Overall though I though this documentary was great, good interviews and it did a good job of presenting and then interprating the facts. The personal accounts of steriod use from his brothers and other people in the film are what really made it worth while and applicable to some one thinking about starting a cycle.
Saw it, loved it, would buy it
great movie saw it too - unfortunately never knew it was in theatres or would have paid to see it will buy it if it comes on dvd
it didnt play anywhere near me but i got the torrent, good movie
you with hypogonadism. Practically impossible even with low levels and symptoms. Issues for doctors include liability, relationship with insurance carriers, lack of knowledge and IMO ego. Hormone replacement is a new science. I think it has been around for like 15 years or something. So no long term use studies. Many doctors are limited on knowledge regarding these things, because schools didn't cover it as much then as they do now. You run higher risk for things like diabetes, heart disease, cancer.... and a long list of others. Speaking of diabetes which is a hormonal problem a doctor is quick to recognize it as a problem as opposed to low test levels. Some people would blame bodybuilding as a negative force regarding steroids. I think it is peoples ignorance and fear. You live your life and let me live mine.
Great film, got to add that Mike "Mad Dog" Bell died last weekend.
i noe its pretty sad...RIP Mad Dog
what he died?
It looked like he lived a pretty depressing life...
Yes he died at the age of 37. Poor thing is like his dad called it too i believe in the movie. Everyone is just waiting for the cause of death, but i dont think we will ever know.
I hope that he didnt kill himself, but i remember he said he would rather die then be normal
i believe its going to be huge man....espicailly if they say it was from steroids.....o man im ready to read this BS
hey guys... I'm new here. I used to post over at Bulk Nutrition and im eager to join this community. Ive been bodybuilding for 3 years now and I'm glad i found this place and didnt join bb.com. hahaha
ANYWAYS ive seen this movie and it is EXCELLENT! Any bodybuilding person would love this movie because they say the exact same things all of us know are true and its in mass media. I tried finding it online but i cant seem to find it. Sorry. I have it on dvd. Anyone know of a way i can share this with u guys?
well welcome to the community! hope you enjoy it here. We are here to help with your goals. take kare