In a world full of all of the latest fit-tech innovations, internet knowledge on training and nutrition, and more affordable gym memberships that capture the masses…
People have fallen weaker than ever lately and want to use steroids as a crutch to get back into the gym!
EVERYONE JUST NEEDS A LITTLE FUCKING HELP NOWADAYS DON'T THEY?
“Man, if I could just take something to get me started!”
Nothing but a bunch of pussies I say!
You ain't going to take shit and get started, you're a little bitch!
Performance enhancement should not be the root of your motivation to get back into the gym.
The only way you're going to turn yourself around is to make getting jacked and shredded a need in your life, not a want!
When you need something you just get it.
There are no gray areas here.
I don't care if you pull out your little fucking pen and paper and write things down, stare in the mirror and tell yourself you're a winner 5x every day, or set an alarm on your phone to remember to drink water, eat, and take a piss.
I don't care how early you wake up in the morning. Stop fooling yourself; how much are you actually getting accomplished?
YOU KNOW DEEP DOWN IF YOU WANT IT OR NOT, THERE IS NO GADGET OR SYSTEM THAT IS GOING TO REPLACE THAT.
It's either burned into your brain or it isn't. And if it's not then just quit lying to yourself.
I think some guys just get to a point where they don't know how to keep going with bodybuilding and stay motivated.
But solely relying on products isn't how you get involved in fitness and stay consistent.
Testosterone boosters and performance enhancing drugs aren't going to work if you don't work.
This doesn't mean you eat well for 2 days and fuck up, and then eat well for another day and fuck up.
It means that you keep busting your ass until you look in the mirror and see a jacked body staring back at you.
There is no secret, it all comes down to burning an image in your head and working to make that image reality!
In this podcast I talk about the ability to have fun in life but knowing how to flip the switch to go back into training mode.
I talk about the the weakness everyone has now where they always need to depend on something just to get going again.
Performance enhancement is great if you already have the work ethic and dedication and in my opinion just part of the game.
But using performance enhancement with a tampon still stuck in you is just weak and won't yield you a fucking thing!
Train hard- JD
6 thoughts on “Stop using STEROIDS as a crutch to get back into the gym!”
Good shit as always!!!
thanks man- JD
I say today’s title and popped some popcorn “this is going to be good.”
Spot on again. I was on TRT for over 2 years and the Test never gave me the energy to get into the gym. It took me seeing the scale hit over 240 lbs. of flubber to decide to do one special thing that propelled me into fitness…wait for it…change my diet. Within three days of eating healthy the Test DID kick in and HOLY $#@^ batman. Honestly, if people need a kickstart, it’s good food. I then did two days of elliptical the first week, then three days the next, then two days of light weight training with one day of elliptical, then three days of weight training. As I started losing weight, eating well, and exercising I felt like doing more. Went from 38%ish body fat to 14%ish now, all because I started eating healthy. I was taking 200mg of Test a week and my free Test was over 900ng/dl in my trough (those on TRT know what I am talking about) and even that didn’t give me a boost until I got the diet right.
On a side note, my place of employment has a gym and I have a dancer there too. WTF??? He also likes to yell at the lat pulldown machine. “Now what did that machine ever do to you?” Not much, apparently…
I hate the dancers, it’s everywhere now!! Yesterday was really good though, I saw a dickhead in one of those Hannibal lecter duschebag altitude training masks with a captain America shirt on and the mask was a matching captain America mask!! He was also equipped with Peter pan tights and shorts..u know that mid life crisis style they all rock now, haha
Really liked this podcast.