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Frankenstein Muscles - Frankenstein Heart
The emails on "Dying to Be Strong" just keep rolling in. It seems that way too
many people have a story about a friend, colleague, or somebody they knew at the
gym that just dropped dead before they were 35 years old. They all had one thing
in common. They all lifted heavy weight, and they all used steroids. Most of them
never admitted taking steroids until the autopsy proved it so.
I got one particularly moving letter from a woman in California who told the
story of a good friend who denied steroid use even after 2 heart attacks. He only
admitted his use of junk when confronted with the fact that if he died he was
never going to see his daughter again. And to top it off, he was an M.D. He just
loved the way he looked, and was apparently willing to die until somebody hit him
with a baseball bat.
You guys are doing a great job warning people about weight training
being dangerous, and that "Roids" will kill you. Your last letter should
be posted in every gym in the country.
I was a natural bodybuilder before a severe auto accident, and am
chomping at the bit to get started with your program Combat Conditioning
as soon as my doctor
My brother, (a doctor), told me years ago when I started lifting that steroids
will build your muscles in a "Frankenstein kind of way - just keep in mind
that your heart is a muscle - Do you want Frankenstein's heart?"
He spent hours explaining the physiology of what steroids do to me.
That's all I needed.
Stay in the Roid-Boys faces, and keep up the good work.
M.F.: Thanks for a great letter, and make sure you thank your brother
again. He sounds like a stand up guy to me.
Here's a note from Susan:
M.F.: Improvise, adapt, and overcome. That's the spirit of Combat Conditioning,
and Combat Abs.
Thanks for your inspirational routine about the 200 yard hill sprint which
incorporates Combat Abs
or the Royal Court at the top or bottom of the hill.
I live in hot Ohio and can't find a hill worthy of your description, so I have
improvised using the 3 flights of stairs in my home in between 1 to 2
exercises. It certainly is the major sweat routine you promised. In fact,
I divide it into 2 workouts.
Greg from Arizona writes:
M.F.: Greg, for an answer to your question, go to the website of my good
friend Dr. Dave Woynarowski. You can find him here.
there is information on human growth hormone on his site. You can also email him
at that address with that kind of question.
What about human growth hormone? What is your view on this?
Kick butt - take names.
P.S. Patti Davis writes that on NPR (National Public Radio), Howard Bryant,
of "Juicing the Game," talked about the impact of steroids on baseball.
He said that steroids overdevelop your muscles at the expense of your joints. He
said one of the team physicians reported on more muscle and joint injuries in the
five years (1995 - 2000) when steroids were rampant, than he had seen in the
previous 35 years total. Goes to show why I've previously written that
especially those on the juice, are the easiest to injure in the sport of
time, some years ago, I tossed a guy who was ripped to shreds - and whilst he was
flying through the air, he injured himself. He was hurt BEFORE he hit the ground.
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