- Oct 24, 2018
[ame="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8aV9e8uPB4"]Bodybuilding Ronnie Coleman The Unbelievable - YouTube[/ame]
It's aviable to watch somewhere?
I wouldnt be surprised if Ronnie ended up in rehab; his pain level must be insane and those opioid dosages go up with time in pursuit of trying to manage it.After watching the documentary on netflex I honestly don't think he's in the right mindset at the moment. Anyone who's been hooked on oxys knows what I'm talking about. He may seem normal, but he's on auto pilot right now.
What’s he gonna do though? I mean it sucks but I’d rather him an addict than in constant merciless pain.After watching the documentary on netflex I honestly don't think he's in the right mindset at the moment. Anyone who's been hooked on oxys knows what I'm talking about. He may seem normal, but he's on auto pilot right now.
I watched the king documentary today on Netflix. It really surprised me how well it was done. I never really like Ronnie but after watching it , I have a lot of respect for him. It def was sad to see how much pain he is in. I figured with him still training, that he must be eating the pills heavily. It's all the man has really ever known. He won't stop til he is dead
people expecting him to suddenly change and pick up Bikram yoga are out of their mind.
The yoga comment was a metaphor...No one is telling him to take up yoga. No one is telling him to quit lifting forever. He simply needs to take time off. Later in his career he would take 3 months off from training after the Olympia. He's capable of doing it. The doctors are asking him to fuck off for 6 months to a year. That's nothing. Then he can post all the videos he wants on his instagram of him back at 100% instead of sneaking into Metroflex at 4:30 am with crutches. He has a wife, he has kids, and he has nothing to prove. He should look at the bigger picture so he doesn't become worse with pain meds and making the injuries worse.