Bostin Loyd uses his body as a steroids testing ground.

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When Bostin Loyd decided to jump onto our podcast earlier this month, I wanted to also take the time to have a more formal interview with him. After all, there aren’t many bodybuilders to be so honest about steroids while still in the prime of competing in the NPC. Of course, this has brought much controversy and hate towards Bostin… so I wanted to dig deeper about his mentality behind the steroid honesty, how it effects his life, and what the cost is behind using his own body like a testing ground. You can watch the full interview above.

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    • Like, steroids are a part of bodybuilding, and personally I think they are overrated as far as side effect, ya know the whole “refer madness” kind of out look
      But this guy is just stupid to me. He is the reason people can’t respect the useage, or understand it. I agree brother.

  1. What nobody seems to realise about Bostin Loyd is the fact he has mental health issues and is not fit to give anybody advise on drugs. Watch his YouTube clips and look at his mannerisms and the way he talks.

  2. Uneducated fuck wit, blind leading the blind, not satisfied with killing himself with his experimentation he actually wants to have average joes as clients and juice them up

  3. The scientific reasoning here is amazing. You guys realize that giving examples of 5 ppl who died from juicing or ten ppl who lived is utterly ridiculous, right? Given the millions of ppl who use/have used. Also there are scientific facts about all of these substances, which you can read about and make informed decisions. Almost everyone here is giving an emotional argument about a very practical and scientific problem. In a year I’ll check back for progress. Here’s a tip, there’s truth in what most of you are saying, but life is never that simple or one sided as your arguments. Leave the gym occasionally and interact with humans who are not obsessed with themselves and you’ll find a whole world of people who can have discussions without putting their d**k on the table or yelling to prove they are “more right than you.”


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