What Sports Illustrated Doesn’t Know May Destroy Your Performance

Sammy Sosa is the next Baseball player to fall to a cloud of suspicion for possibly using banned substances.    After Manny Ramirez got busted for HCG, Sports Illustrated wrote a tabloid hit piece article entitled “What you Don’t Know May Kill You”.   In the article they quote a proclaimed non-expert on a Pro-Hormone called “Monsterdrol”.   “[Mr.] Gonzalez has no background in chemistry or nutritional science.  ” This non-expert says  “If it’s the first time you’re going to be using an anabolic [agent], this stuff is not the way to go.   It’s kind of like trying to light a cigarette with a blowtorch,”

I would put it another way.   Do you want your 16 year old kid driving a Ferrari F40?   Monsterdrol isn’t the demon pill SI tries to make out to be but it is very powerful.   SI says Monsterdrol is a compound that is not listed on the label.    SI offers no proof that the Monsterdrol label is incorrect.    I’m sure if SI did it’s homework they would have pressed the FTC and the FDA to pull Monsterdrol for mislabeled product.   No such thing happened.   In fact Monsterdrol sold out because of the “bad” press.

But always a word of caution with any company you deal with online, you don’t really know what you are buying if the company seems like a “fly by night” company.    Personally I don’t think anyone under 18 should use pro-hormones.    Most guys are producing high amounts of testosterone until their late 20s.   Most guys in their 20s just need to train smarter in order to get the results they are looking for.

Sports Illustrated says that Monsterdrol contains methasteron aka Superdrol.   The Monsterdrol label I found online says it contains 17a-methyl-1, 4-androstadiene-3, 17-diol [an oral Boldenone precursor], 13-ethyl-3-methoxy-gona-2, 5(10)dien-17-one 20 mg [a form of Trenbolone] , 4-hydroxandrostenedione 20mg [an anti-estrogen called Formastat].

Boldenone is popularly known as in an injectable form steriod known as Equipose.   Boldenone is a form of testosterone that doesn’t easily turn into estrogen as much as other testosterones.   Boldenone is a good replacement for Deca-Durabolin. Boldenone’s side-effects are generally mild.   Monsterdrol has an anti-estrogen mixed to counter any estrogen conversion. As per typical any highly androgenic compound can promote oily skin, acne and some conversion to DHT.   DHT can cause prostate problems and male pattern hair loss.

As with any Pro-Hormone cycle it is best to follow it with a Post Cycle Treatment to trigger LH to start producing your own testosterone again.    Just because these compounds are legal doesn’t mean they won’t shut down your own testosterone.

These substances are banned by WADA and is listed on the World Anti-Doping Prohibited List. These substances are legal in the US.

Check with your sports association before consuming this product.
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA.   This product informantion is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.


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