15 Year Old on H Drol!!!!
- 02-12-2010, 07:12 PM
15 Year Old on H Drol!!!!
So im at the gym today doing Arms and Tri's. This young kid asks me to spot him, I say sure. So he does his 6 reps at 155. I tell him good job. Im like Damn future looks bright for you. Your turning 16 and pushing 20lbs more then you weight. Stick with it!!
He then tells me he has been taking a Test Booster for 5 days and it should yeild good results for him. I ask him what it is. He gets in his gym bag and pulls out a bottle of CEL H Drol!!!! I said are you kidding me? He say nah me and my friends on the Football team got it online and have been taking 2 a day for 5 days. I went off on the kid. I let him have it, took the bottle and gave it to his coach. The coach acted like no big deal. The kid was freaked i told him about all the Pro's and Cons. The Pro's being in 10 years what it could do. Obviously he has no PCT. Not sure if i told him right i told him to just quit it now and he will be fine. My question is should i call the school? I mean the coach shrugged me off and threw it in his bag. Im thinking the kid probably got it back. Although i did put the fear of god in him.
Did I tell him right? Should he be ok just nixing H Drol and doing nothing else? Im so close to giving the school a call because thats insane in my book!!
- 02-12-2010, 07:23 PM
i am actually wondering the same thing. i dont know what to do...kids at my little brothers high school are taking MDROL! no PCT and def not eating and working out right, do they take PH's for a quick fix, or what? The coaches dont seem to care, and this is why these things are getting banned.
- 02-12-2010, 07:25 PM
You might have done better to ask him if he knew that what he was taking is an actual steroid and then explain the risks. Try to reason with him and talk him out of it. Once a kid is a teenager the "just say no to drugs" mantra doesn't work anymore as they are privy to the bullsh*t scare tactics that they've had hammered into them since they were born. Instead, you have to help educate them to make better decisions. Show him safer alternatives. Then yeah, talking to the coach and/or someone else that is responsible for his health is also probably a good idea - but, in the end, it's up to the kid what he does.
02-12-2010, 07:35 PM
calling the school is just going to make it end up on local news and draw more heat onto it, but thats just my opinion. im glad you took it from him because he shouldnt have it, and he prolly used his parents credit card to order it. and if he orders it again u tried to help him once and he didnt listen so if he screws himself up and ends up with fcked up hormones thats his fault
02-15-2010, 07:21 PM
yeah someone I know who is 15 took epi-bol no pct It's our homebrand PH maker and then he did a spawn cycle with novadex xt as a pct only and now he is going to take dimethabol which is a Superdrol and tren clone but at least he's getting clomid for it
02-15-2010, 07:55 PM
Also could someone tell me the science behind why you'll be f-ed for life if you take PH/AAS to early I already told him he will screw up his hormones but I couldn't tell him why... also any horror stories I could tell him would be great
02-15-2010, 08:15 PM
02-15-2010, 08:24 PM
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02-15-2010, 08:26 PM
Ya im 31 years old. I would in a heart beat. Kid was 15. Would you have taken it from his bag?If you saw a joint in his gym bag would you have taken that from him too?
02-15-2010, 08:35 PM
you need to goto the school and sit down withthe coach and roast his nutz, out sum fear in him and i bet it stops
02-15-2010, 09:08 PM
the coach already didnt care about it when he gave him the bottle and im sure the coach knows that theyre using it, the coach doesnt care if they get ****ed up after the season is over, youd be suprised what goes on in highschools
02-16-2010, 12:48 AM
You educated him, that's enough.
No need to go running around like some grown man tattle tale.
I seriously doubt the school will care either.
02-16-2010, 10:55 AM
02-16-2010, 11:39 AM
02-16-2010, 11:48 AM
j/k man. All you can do is tell him and let him make his own decision. If all this stuff was available (or I had known about it) when I was in school I would have taken it as a freshman or sophmore. The added weight would have been huge for football. I know its dumb but even knowing what I know now I would have still chosen to do it. It would have made the difference in me getting a free ride to college instead of working in this ****ing office everyday.
02-16-2010, 12:14 PM
02-16-2010, 02:42 PM
Educate the kid...kick the coach in the nuts repeatedly for not caring. Then kick the coach in the nuts some more for just being an idiot.
02-16-2010, 02:44 PM
02-16-2010, 02:47 PM
Fact is kids do stupid things. Myself included. I on the other hand have never done drugs. I also knew enough of what was right and what was wrong. If i see the kid again i will be on him and "I will check his bag" Im 6'4 240lb i doubt many if anybody there will say much.
02-16-2010, 02:51 PM
02-16-2010, 03:08 PM
I would do it to anybody in my gym who told me what they though it was. These "Abusers" are the reason everything is getting banned. Everyone needs to step up when they see this going on. Its not the responsible ones causing the trouble its the young "Newboes" thats ruining it for everyone
02-16-2010, 03:15 PM
02-16-2010, 03:21 PM
bro, my cousin is 15 and on mdrol. he has taken 3 cycles already. he had a blood test 3 weeks ago and liver is fine. they just wanna see results now and dont care about future problems. if u can, call the school or fight the coach lol
02-16-2010, 03:41 PM
Lou, this is a video I first saw on steroid.com. I am not sure if I can put that on here or not but here is the video so you can be a bit more educated when you talk to this kid next. There is a lot of good info that you can tell him. It wont let me post the youtube link so you will have to do a google video search for "Steroids and Teens" It should be the first video. Hope it helps. The approach this guy takes to telling kids about the negative effects of steroid use is probably your best bet to get through to him. With that said, if he is hell bent on using them, you can not stop him. So having an informed teen is better than having an ignorant one that will really get messed up with out cycle support and a PCT.
02-16-2010, 03:59 PM
Kids learn sh!t the hardway. Its unfortunate but its true. In this case the kid probably had no idea of what he was actually taking. Even if he did and WAS aware of some of the potential side effects, he probably would have thought that only applied to other people taking it and not him. Kids and other ignorant people typically dont think side effects warning apply to them....UNTIL they happen. And that, my friends, is where the magical learning process kicks in. Nothing like a good old fashion kick in the liver to stimulate the brain.
I applaud you and think you did the right thing for confronting the kid and his coach. Hopefully the kid will be scared into some light shedding research and hopefully the coach is taking with twice the dosage with out a hint of what PCT is.....cause he's a dbag and deserves it
02-16-2010, 04:24 PM
i mean ethically you did do the right thing. 15 years old is way too young to be using steroids. the whole going to the coach thing was a little f'ed up though and going off on the kid. a stranger yelling at them for something, i mean i know myself, im 23 and i still laugh in people's faces if they try and do that to me. i know you had the best of intentions which is commendable. the problem is that the kids now are so ill informed that the right messages about products are not getting to them. i would not call the school or anything simply because it will draw more scrutiny to the subject, and lord knows we don't need anymore of that. its just a matter of time before steroids is implicated in the reason the earthquake in haiti happened, that train is never late. my 17 year old cousin asked me for juice and i looked at him with a straight face and just said, no no way.
as if they kid had a joint in his bag, take that doobie and light up in front of him, whilst saying don't do drugs lol
02-16-2010, 04:38 PM
02-16-2010, 04:52 PM
When it comes to drugs whether it be steroids or goold old fashion reefer, just tell the kids it'll make their d!cks shrink
02-16-2010, 04:54 PM
seriously guys, cause i deal with this problem with my cuz. he is 15 taken 3 cycles of mdrol. he is 6 ft 200 pounds in the 9th grade!!! what are REAL sides from juicing at that age. the only two i can think of that will make him think is test production lowered/shut down for life and liver and kidney problems. he had a blood test 3 weeks ago or so and liver and kidneys, LDL, HDL everything was good. but he didnt have a hormone panel done. his BP is fine cause i made sure he was on cycle assist. i am keeping him safe as possible cause if i dont, he will take mdrol anyway without cycle assist or PCT at all. he doesnt acre about hair loss, acne, stunted growth cause he is already 6ft, and he tans with me so his acne is clear most of the time. what can i tell him??? please, anybody help me. sorry to bash on your thread bro, but what AM members tell me, u can use also
02-16-2010, 04:56 PM
02-16-2010, 05:02 PM
02-16-2010, 05:12 PM
Now that's not to say that the same ignorance is true for all coaches. But I think in the case of THIS coach we should all join in bashing him..much likes this. [please insert dumb sounding voice].."I like it when my athletes take muscle vitamins. Its makes em score touchdowns."
02-16-2010, 05:16 PM
02-16-2010, 05:26 PM
02-16-2010, 05:36 PM
02-16-2010, 05:51 PM
Information age - kids are smarter than some might think. It will take you sitting down with him and letting him know your A) on his side and honestly be on his side (no bs) then B) explaining things out so he understand how destructive his practices are. If he's already a stoner or someone who has decided his life is not important, there's probably nothing you can do turn him around. When kids get that age it's up to them, sadly too many wern't taught enough prior becomeing responsible for themselfves to make good decision.
15y.o boys think they are men and a lot of times they work, and pay bills, and live as men. So you can't act like your there dad - especially if they are kids that grew up w/o dads. They don't owe anyone anything as far as they can see... you have to be plain with them and show them some respect as odd as that may sound. You can't demand anything from someone who you have not earned the right to do so from. Unless of course you have something they want.
Your fastest weight is your best weight
02-16-2010, 06:02 PM
Just occurred to me, If he will not hear you... you could promise to show him how to not only look healthy but be healthy as well to the end of working with him on diet routine and getting him off methyl's and on to something much easier on his body. Primordial Performance and LG has a few of non methyl's, not that it's a good idea... but id rather see a kid using one of those with proper pct diet and supports than see him gobbling down xyz-drols like tic-tacs.
Your fastest weight is your best weight
02-16-2010, 08:46 PM
02-17-2010, 01:39 AM
Exaggerate the truth to him... as most people already do.
Tell him by taking that product that he will almost certainly grow boobs, have a non-working penis, lose all his hair, and be dead by the age of 30.
If your response isn't extreme, then the 15 year old isn't going to react.
Telling a kid that soda will rot his teeth will not stop him from drinking soda. So tell him the soda will kill him. It may be a lie, but at least it'll stop him from harming himself.
02-17-2010, 02:08 AM
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