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Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?


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Excerpt: Hi, everyone have a Merry Christmas...eat well feast like and be merry and safe... Title: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? *youtube link at bottom.. Hi, everyone. I just saw a Nat Geo. Documentary: "Marianna Van Zeller's Trafficked, a pretty blonde chic who judging from her Latina background and Germanic Last name may be from Brazil, an area rich in Dutch heritage.

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    Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    Hi, everyone have a Merry Christmas...eat well feast like and be merry and safe...

    Title: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity?


    *youtube link at bottom..


    Hi, everyone. I just saw a Nat Geo. Documentary: "Marianna Van Zeller's Trafficked, a pretty blonde chic who judging from her Latina background and Germanic Last name may be from Brazil, an area rich in Dutch heritage.


    I had seen 1 of her specials in like 2012 where she covered pain clinics in Fla. and the American hustle of people traveling from different states to Fla's pain clinics to make a good monetary hustle, returning to their states to sell opiods & pain meds, & thereby sticking it to the man....and how she was followed by 2 big dudes who wanted to intimidate this sassy investigative reporter.


    But...wth did I just see last night?


    A segment on steroids linked below & SARMS and featuring social media sensation Dr. Huge, who happens to be a lawyer, a Juris Doctor


    *Anyway, this one Unlucky Bodybuilder from Connecticut state on the east coast of the U.S., used juice from age 27 to 37, and got a bad abcess which was particularly nasty....it actually caused the doctors to remove / amputate part of both of his butt cheeks and part of his legs to save his life: "13 operations in 24 days" were his words; part of that 13 was to kill the bacterial abcess, part wass to clean it.


    Whoa, and if THAT WAS NOT enough...the doctor's after all those surgeries, Discovered an Enlarged Heart after he complained he was the most fatigued he ever was in his life


    So, the abcess, like many other examples in life, was a blessing in disguise, it revealed an Enlarged heart which is conducive to a massive heart attack


    The doctor who followed up said this CT Bodybuilder who had a very good phsyique by the way, would have to take meds for the rest of his life.... I guess heart meds.


    Then when pressed by Ms. Van Zeller, the doctor said, well in response to your question of "there's a safe way to take anabolic steroids, and those that do it, go overboard, I'd have to say these bodybuilders are kidding themselves. There are many case reports of younger bodybuilders *whose 1st symptom is a stroke or heart attack*


    (as an aside, another Youtube vid, 1 entrepreneur who claims that cardio and dieting aren't enough to lose weight, said 20 % of anabolic steroid users get a heart attack or stroke)


    I don't know what this CT bodybuilder's regimen of juice was, but I'm guessing based on his huge impressive phsyique, he probably was taking Clen also.....or some other amphetamine.... and that's tough on the ticker, too;

    Also what kind of juice did this Connecticut state bodybuilder get that cause an Abcess so Huge in his glutes that he could put on basketball shorts anymore....?? *ms. Van Zeller said something in her narration that "underground lab steroid he used caused an aggressive abcess" (or something similar to that; that's why we should get only Name brand juice like Dragon Pharma that's been laboratory tested? or even gold standard ones like ZPC, or like the Pinned sources on this forum ?


    QUESTION:
    *So....anyone see this documentary, but More Importantly....*What can you say to put those fears to rest?


    *Is this just 1 doctor's opinion?




    *Did this bodybuilder not use it responsibly or at his age of 37 when he discovered the Enlarged heart, a couple of years before that discovery, should have if he hadn't already...had blood work done routinely?


    I'm kind of leery or critical of the fact, that the juice regimen this Connecticut bodybuilder was taking was never revealed.... so is this just hype in order to keep hospitals and doctor's less busy with those who do juice irresponsibly?


    You may note that this is a Super Recent Documentary; in fact Last night Dec 23, 2020 is the Very 1st time, I've seen it on YoutubeTV's free trial


    and the link below of the relevant part of the documentary is uploaded by the Nat Geo. channel itself only today 12/24/20.... so in a Covid19 world maybe they want to avoid unwise, irresponsible juice users from making too many hospital trips? In other words....like flatten the curve?


    Any comments on this like ... those are super rarities....? regular blood work is Absolutely essential? etc etc. Nothing to see here, continue, but continue responsibly


    I mean I myself only take 250 mg's of Test E. every week for like 10-12 weeks and use Liv. 52 and animal pak vitamins 44 which vitamins are Loaded with liver protecting milk thistle, and dbol 2o mgs for 4 weeks, responsibly taking 10 weeks on and then 14 weeks off running a Nolvadex 20 mg x 30 days PCT and also arimidex during cycle....*and* I take 81 mg's of a low dose aspirin to keep my blood nice and healthy--so my own cycle regimen is too low to cause a heart attack, right?


    Thanks....I hope to not cause a scare among newbies, but to be both informative...and to maybe have someone ratify or confirm that at 49 years old ...my own recently above listed Juice regimen is too low to be worried about a heart attack or stroke.


    Have a Merry Christmas, members...
    Here's the link:


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtYjxPyfmhg

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    Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    of course I watched it and I was DISGUSTED by the show. was it entertaining? YES. Van Zeller is a great reporter and all her docs are A++

    but this one made me sick to my stomach, mainly the fact that they let that clown run the show and get free publicity. it was disgraceful. and how the teenagers trust this guy with their life like he is their hero. this is a slap in the face for the entire industry and makes us all look bad in this lifestyle. i was shaking my head and screaming the entire episode

    it is crazy you posted this because we are going to do a podcast and go through the bullshit of that show. it will be a cool show
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    Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    I think this was the guy who posted videos a while back asking for donations for the medical procedures. He was in South America using local gear and hanging with prostetutes. Tony huge is even worse than Rich Piana (May he Rest In Peace). At least Piana was up front about his extreme behaviors. And to think people still follow Huge like he knows what hes talking about...


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    Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    Quote Quote posted by buddhabuilder View Post
    I think this was the guy who posted videos a while back asking for donations for the medical procedures. He was in South America using local gear and hanging with prostetutes. Tony huge is even worse than Rich Piana (May he Rest In Peace). At least Piana was up front about his extreme behaviors. And to think people still follow Huge like he knows what he’s talking about...


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    those people you refer to are naive young males. that is the most dumb and gullible demographic. that is who he targets.

    the most ridiculous thing in the documentary was the part where she asked the 18 year old "do you trust what Tony Huge is giving you?" and his response was "sure, if the Dr. says its okay, its okay"

    Huge was injecting him with liquid sarms, insulin and peptides while the kid was munching on cereal lol. and the funny part was when huge injected him he used his finger to stop the bleeding from the injection with no glove or nothing. just stuck is finger on top of the injection spot and held it SMH

    it is sad that this type of marketing scheme sells products. they can't just sell quality shit the right way. they gotta grift and fool people. obviously it works as we are talking about it on here right? we are giving them the free publicity

    the truth is and we will dig deep on it in the podcast is that they are trying to make you think their liquid sarms made them that way to sell them to dumb fucks.
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    Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    Yes, Dr. Huge (Hughes, Juris Doctor Lol)....
    he was totally nuts...publicity hound. 2 syringes on top of both earlobes. partying like a male porn star... a hero to 18 year olds and younger who don't need Test at their age anyway...

    putting his finger on the open wound and rubbing it in without a glove. Dr. Huge lives in Thailand per the report's ending as if karma might bite him in the butt in the U.S. lol

    but I'm assuming that the Connecticut bodybuilder used some dirty gear from a bad source, maybe at one point he was desperate.

    That type of thing would never happen from gear from a trusted source like the one pinned here on this website or from a trusted overseas source that is a name brand like Geneza Pharm or Dragon Pharma or ZPC

    1 more question:
    there's no such thing as a bad batch? with Underground Laboratories...? I'm just going to confirm there isn't and you can add to it, if there is a chance of a bad batch-- you know like in the Rec drug world, some people get quality pure heroin and yet, there's this 1 batch that accidentally kills people when 8 out of 10 x there never ever was a problem? It doesn't work like that in the world of UGL (underground labs)? or does it?

    I mean, it was pretty ugly the photo of him with an abcess and all.... and then a heart enlargement.

    I'm going to then confirm that this Ct bodybuilder, well he's
    the rarity aberration then. he must have just went too overboard. he does have like almost little or no hair, so I'm assuming this dude from CT really went on some Commando hardcore cycles the kind like made his hair fall out....that's why his heart is enlarged dangerously at 37 years old and he had abcesses that nearly killed him: "13 operations in 3 weeeks" (so it's a confirmation that it's mostly hype in terms of that CT bodybuilder)

    anyone else feel free to add...

    thanks....

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    Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    So the answer is yes - on so many levels.

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    Lightbulb Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    Quote Quote posted by SteveMobsterG View Post
    So the answer is yes - on so many levels.
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    Thanks so much.

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    Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    Unlucky he's a moron
    Unlucky to allow 'Dr Tony' to do what he did (see my first point above)
    Then the infection
    Ops
    Heart issues....

    Etc etc

    Hence 'so many levels'.

    Plus it was a shit doc. Our forums have 100,000 members and how often do we see serious issues? Almost never. Then one fkin doc makes it look like a horror movie. How about all the hard drug taking twats and their medical issues.

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    Re: Nat Geo. Documentary: Is this bodybuilder a super Unlucky rarity? Is this more of everything being told about a. sterioids is a lie theme?

    I haven't seen this one yet but it is on my list for tonight now. Get the popcorn ready!!!
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    very interesting post man

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