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The Perilous, Secret World of Steroids for Female Bodybuilders

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That said, one of Roberts’ friends and former clients, a National Physique Committee and Strongman athlete who has been sponsored by various supplement companies throughout her two-decade career, agreed to speak with me under the condition that, owing to the constraints of her full-time job, her identity be kept secret — a regular “Jane Grow.”

The rest of this story is Jane’s, as it should be.

I’m from New York City, where steroid use has been mainstream for a long time. I dare you to visit a New York or New Jersey gym and not find some random dudes who are using steroids recreationally — to enhance their beach bods or look good in the mirror. As for me, well, I’ve lifted weights since my late teens.

People at the gym would say, “Wow, what are you training for?” and I had no answer. So I fell into bodybuilding as a form of competition, because how many other sports outlets are there for adults to compete? I competed naturally for a little while, then began dabbling with drugs like Primobolan [a mild steroid with no propensity for producing estrogenic side effects]. I took a break to start a family, and when I returned to the sport in my early 30s, I realized I was competing with other people who were already juicing, although I didn’t talk to them much about it. But I understood I was handicapping by not using performance-enhancing drugs.

In terms of gaining access to steroids in the pre-internet era, you could basically go to any gym in the Tri-State area [New York, New Jersey and Connecticut], strike up a conversation with a meathead, and get what you needed. Of course, most of these bros had some really dumb ideas about steroid dosages for women. They might be taking 50 milligrams of Anavar, and their thinking was, “Okay, take half my dosage.” That’s terrible advice, because it’s too high a dose for a woman to start with.

Therein was the problem: Women were going to men for access to steroids and advice about steroids, not to each other. I actually got to know Anthony [Roberts] in part because one of his earlier books had interesting, useful stuff about dosing that was directed specifically at women and supported by detailed research and investigation.
In terms of how my body reacted to steroids, well, you’re obviously going to do better at the gym. My recovery times were faster, I gained more size and I generally felt healthier and stronger. I would do a cycle for 10 weeks, because with women longer, lower-dose steroid cycles work better, whereas men do better with shorter cycles and higher dosages. Hormonally… well, we’re already hormonally screwed up to begin with.

I went through my second full cycle a few months after my first. At that point, I tried Anavar at the 5-milligram level — since then I’ve gone much higher than that — but I eventually realized this was a bad drug to use, since the cost-to-benefit ratio is low, and unless you’re buying from a trustworthy source, it’s often a faked compound. You’re sold Winstrol or even Dianabol [a potent steroid with many dangerous side effects].

This happens a lot. As I said, women often don’t talk to other women, and the results can be disastrous. Women end up relying on deceitful or dumb trainers, boyfriends and husbands who don’t have the slightest clue. In some ways, we’re going backwards, since in the early 2000s there were some private internet forums where women would gather to discuss side effects and results. The one I remember most clearly was moderated by Chad Nicholls [the husband of four-time Ms. Olympia Kim Chizevsky and the “contest prep guru” for Dallas McCarver, a bodybuilding star who died of a heart attack last year and whose autopsy revealed testosterone levels elevated far beyond anything else on record].

In fact, most of the moderators and administrators of these forums were men, now that I think about it, and sometimes the men butted in more than we would have liked, but they were reasonably safe spaces for discussing these topics. There was a woman-specific forum called “Sioux Country” that had a male admin who became this kind of creepy “white knight” savior. The discourse on there was pretty vibrant, but you always ran the risk of shit like that happening.

Now these forums are long gone. You can’t even find traces of them via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. In addition to the posts from people like Anthony, who was a legendary expert on those forums, I remember these amazing, woman-specific posts from someone using the nickname “NPCChica.” I referred to them all the time early in my bodybuilding career, but now they’ve disappeared from the record.
Since the forums dwindled, most of my steroid talk with women hasn’t occurred in real life except for a few competitors in my area. Now that I’m doing Strongman events, most of the women I train with don’t discuss it at all. Certainly some of these women are using, but likely not to the extent women in bodybuilding are. The best people are probably always using, but it’s not for me to determine who is using what, nor do I care. Is [tennis star] Serena Williams doping, or is she just very thick-bodied? Hard to say, because she doesn’t have enough fat-free mass for me to make an accurate judgment.
The same goes for fitness models. If they’re using something like [bronchiodilator / stimulant] Clenbuterol, that’s nothing. A person on Clen is a natural, in my book. But women’s bodybuilding at the highest level did require significant steroid use to achieve that fatless, hypertrophied look.

I loved that look. The decision by the International Federation of Bodybuilding to demonize and then kill the women’s bodybuilding Olympia [in 2015], after years of dominance by [10-time Ms. Olympia] Iris Kyle, was unforgivable in my book. I participated in those shows and attended those shows because I wanted to see freakshows; I wanted to see the best of the best. And Iris Kyle, in terms of symmetry and muscle development, was the best. Nor was she huge, even if the way the media talked about female bodybuilders was that they were these hulking monstrosities. Kyle was 5-foot-7 and weighed 150 to 155 pounds onstage, maybe 175 pounds in the offseason.
It wasn’t a lack of interest that led to women’s bodybuilding disappearing from the Olympia and Arnold Classic stages, the two biggest events of the bodybuilding calendar. The Wings of Strength Phoenix Rising event, which showcases women’s bodybuilding, pays out good prize money and has plenty of sponsors. It’s a big deal. Yet when women’s bodybuilding was removed from these events, it was pushed into its own boutique area. I was astonished at the lack of solidarity shown by male competitors. Can you imagine if even one top male bodybuilder had stood up for us? If one of the big stars, like Phil Heath, had said, “I’m going to boycott if you cut this because these women are my colleagues?” I haven’t gone to an Arnold or an Olympia since women’s bodybuilding was cut.

I’m still angry about that. All our lives, women are told to be “less than.” As a trainer, what do my female clients say to me? “I want to lose my love handles.” Or: “I want to lose this underarm fat.” Whereas a male client will tell you exactly what they want to accomplish: “I want to get real strong.” All our lives, women are shrinking, vanishing, disappearing. Then the IFBB, this organization that should be helping all of us achieve our goals since we’re paying them megabucks in competition fees and membership dues, publishes these memoranda saying women should “downsize” by 20 percent. Bullshit. I use steroids because I want to be “more than,” not “less than.” I want to take up space. I’m only 5-foot-3, but I weigh 150 pounds. I take up space. I want to see other women take up space, too. I want them to spread out across the stage, as big as training and chemistry allow them to become.

I’m talking to you about all this because I desperately want there to be more candor, more honesty. I want to be able to go on the record with the life that I lead. I want women to help each other use steroids, not men holding themselves out as “gurus” who say shit like, “Women can’t take this drug, that’s a man’s drug.” There are a handful of private, secret Facebook groups that function a bit like the forums used to, but there are men on there, too. They’re the ones mansplaining what to take and often selling the women the steroids and other drugs they need. These men consider themselves “experts” and their windbag pronouncements may carry more weight than the opinion of a woman who has used her body as a laboratory and can tell you which drugs work for her and which ones don’t.

Basically, bodybuilding is the sport of steroid chemistry. There’s training and nutrition, too, but at the upper ranks, you must know steroid chemistry. I can tell you right now, having competed on growth hormone, that it’s just way too expensive as a drug, and if you combine it with insulin-like Growth Factor, you can end up with fibroids, tumors and diabetes. But GH really does help out with your skin. Your skin will look great.
Lots of women love Clenbuterol, but I don’t care for it — or need it. My drug of choice is Masteron. It’s a steroid that has mild anti-estrogenic properties and used to be given to women for breast cancer; look at the etymology of that brand name [“mastos” is Greek for breast]. It’s fantastic for retaining strength during a caloric deficit, has few side effects at the low dose I use and pairs well with Winstrol when you’re hardening your body for a major bodybuilding competition.

As much as I like Strongman sports now, I loved bodybuilding. You’re working to create a picture of perfection at a certain point in time. You can create the physique of a superhero, and then, months or years later, you can look back at the pictures and marvel at how cool you looked. And when you’re backstage with all these other female bodybuilders, you fit right in. It’s amazing. All these women who are suddenly “more than,” not “less than.” We’re all the same back there. We’re not competitive at all. We’re checking each other’s wardrobes and makeup. We’re all in it together. There’s such tremendous solidarity. My one real regret is that when you go out there and perform, you’re doing it in front of judges who are primarily male. There aren’t enough female judges, women who understand what a muscular woman’s body should be, just men who bring with them their own biases.

Recently, I almost got in a fight with a guy on a train. “Are you a dude or a girl? Are you trans?” People say that more frequently than could ever imagine. And when they ask me this, I think, You don’t have any muscle, so I guess you’re a girl. Imagine approaching a skinny man and asking him if he’s a crack addict or suffering from AIDS. I’m just a short woman with fake breasts and large muscles walking down the street. I can’t even fathom what bigger women encounter.

But behind the scenes at bodybuilding shows, with other women who look like me, with many women who are using steroids like me, it’s totally different. Everything we’ve done to ourselves is intentional. We wouldn’t trade these skinsuits we’ve made via chemistry and training for anything in the world. Any other sport you’re doing, from NASCAR to baseball, you leave your tools and your gear in the shop. I can’t put my body down and leave the house as anyone but me. That’s why when we go out, ignorant douchebags sometimes refer to us as “sir” or “bro.” Still, we’d never dream of doing anything but treasuring this one spectacular moment when none of that crap matters. Up on that stage, we’re everything we hoped and dreamed we could become.

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Many female bodybuilders often sound delusional. They NEVER admit to their faces and voices change. The man asked her if she was trans because her FACE looks trans. The sport died for THAT reason.

Physique is the kindest way to say “Please look less like a dude, and more like a girl.”
 

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She's delusional as all hell, talking about using Masteron as a staple drug of all things.


This sort of lunacy is absolutely no different than whamen being morbidly obese and claiming "health at any size". One must be truly sick in the mind to find physique's like Iris Kyle's sexually appealing. Look at the sorts of people that go for these types. It's never fellow bodybuilders with IFBB level physiques because guys like that don't want that. It's usually beta-male fetishists and creepy sexual deviants.

By all means, do your thing and live the lifestyle. I'll never knock anybody for it, but you're doing this shit for you. first and foremost. Stop acting like society owes you acceptance for this and stop guilt tripping people into thinking it's normal. This constant victim mentality will hold women back for the rest of eternity.
 

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Being attracted to Iris wouldn’t make you sick man choose your words more carefully. Everyone has a kink. Skull fucking a putrefied Head you keep in a box under your bed.. THAT is sick.
 

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Wasn’t she with Hidetada for a while?

BOOM! you beat me to it.
and Ronnie was with a pro female bber
and so was kai

post a few above is incorrect. bb'ers do bang female bb'ers:st:r-wars
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BOOM! you beat me to it.
and Ronnie was with a pro female bber
and so was kai

post a few above is incorrect. bb'ers do bang female bb'ers:st:r-wars
-F2S

Ronnie was with Vickie Gates in the 90's if i recall and Kai was with Dayana Cadeau i think.
 

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Interesting!
It is an interesting read but women’s bodybuilding died because they were essentially becoming transgender. When their voices become as deep as James Earl Jones, their jaws like Stan from American Dad, and their clits become micro penises they’re becoming men. To each their own but when youre goal is to essentially morph into nothing more than a weird fetish and look like a muscular man in high heels who grows facial and back hair but are confused why someone doesn’t think you’re a genetic woman then you’ve got a mental disorder. It’s not pretty and it’s not appealing. Women’s bodybuilding was popular with old perverts and to others the same way we look at a car wreck. I went to the Arnold a couple years ago and these women bodybuilders had a booth and you can probably guess the types of weirdos who were crowded around them feeling their arms and legs. You have these once upon a time beautiful and genetically gifted women who destroyed themselves. It has a place at a circus side show not on a stage to be idolized and respected.
 

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It is an interesting read but women’s bodybuilding died because they were essentially becoming transgender. When their voices become as deep as James Earl Jones, their jaws like Stan from American Dad, and their clits become micro penises they’re becoming men. To each their own but when youre goal is to essentially morph into nothing more than a weird fetish and look like a muscular man in high heels who grows facial and back hair but are confused why someone doesn’t think you’re a genetic woman then you’ve got a mental disorder. It’s not pretty and it’s not appealing. Women’s bodybuilding was popular with old perverts and to others the same way we look at a car wreck. I went to the Arnold a couple years ago and these women bodybuilders had a booth and you can probably guess the types of weirdos who were crowded around them feeling their arms and legs. You have these once upon a time beautiful and genetically gifted women who destroyed themselves. It has a place at a circus side show not on a stage to be idolized and respected.

To be fair.... Have you met many male bodybuilders?? This entire genre has a place at the circus side show. We're all freaks one way or another, there is a reason this sport draws who it does.
 

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To be fair.... Have you met many male bodybuilders?? This entire genre has a place at the circus side show. We're all freaks one way or another, there is a reason this sport draws who it does.
They are freaks. Yes I’ve met and even know a few. However they arent changing their gender. The women are freaks on a whole different level. Iris Kyle looked like some kind of mutated trans gremlin.
 

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When I first met Nicole Bass 30 years ago, she was tromping down a set of stair in her high heels and tight leather as I was doing a set of 1 arm rows with 150's. As I looked up and up she said hello with a voice deeper so it seemed, then my bass voice. And I felt like a very little boy that needed some anastrozole. She seemed like a very nice person though after talking with her.
 

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It is an interesting read but women’s bodybuilding died because they were essentially becoming transgender.

Well, that's far from true, female bodybuilding is back, returned to Olympia, Jake Wood, the new owner is a truly fan, they have tjeir own show, Rixing Phoenix where the prize is bigger than the Olympia and the Arnold (if we don't take into account the prize del open BB) and there are more and more channels and media that are covering these athletes and competitions.

It's pretty simple, if you don't like something don't look at it and move on, but don't worry about what these women or their strange fans do.
 

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Well, that's far from true, female bodybuilding is back, returned to Olympia, Jake Wood, the new owner is a truly fan, they have tjeir own show, Rixing Phoenix where the prize is bigger than the Olympia and the Arnold (if we don't take into account the prize del open BB) and there are more and more channels and media that are covering these athletes and competitions.

It's pretty simple, if you don't like something don't look at it and move on, but don't worry about what these women or their strange fans do.
It’s pretty simple. I can have an opinion on it and not a far fetched one. I’ve no doubt Jake wood has some weird fetish for female to male transgenders. Just because people are trying to make something more acceptable doesn’t make it any less grotesque. When men stop they mostly just lose their muscle but they still look like men. What these women do is permanently change and ruin themselves. It’s sick and no it shouldn’t be glorified. If the situation was flipped and you had men who were getting breast implants and injecting estrogen and cutting their balls off would people think they should stand on stage at a bodybuilding show?
 

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Many years ago I discovered in Brazil the Wellness female category. Which is just making its way here in the USA. And BTW, it is not exactly as the Brazilian Wellness category. As always judges keep modifying the patterns and athletes themselves push for something that goes walking away from the original pattern.

Brazilians in my opinion mastered the use of anabolics many years ago. The Wellness category is all about developing huge quads, glutes, enhancing the beauty of the female body. The curves, etc. The pattern demands a feminine muscular upper body, and strictly feminine faces. Any sign of masculinization is not allowed in the category.

With that being said, I always laugh my ass off when here in the US traditionally people separate drugs for women, and drugs for men. There is no such thing. So commonly the bro science word advise anavar to a woman, and test for a man. RIDICULOUS. Anavar is useless. The vast majority of Brazilian Wellness athletes are on EQ, deca, even trembolone, masteron, winny and others. Its all about the doses, and how they workout. I personally know many of them and I know exactly what they take. Any average dude will be here like "OMG!!!! she will turn into a man!!! she needs to just take 10mg of anavar a day and nothing more!!!. Nope, that is bullshit. Is just because here women dont know what theyre doing.

And one more important key of the puzzle, nutrition and lifestyle. While Brazilians for the most part dont smoke that stupid weed, dont smoke cigarettes, dont drink, dont do rec drugs, dont take rx drugs, eat clean raw and healthy, do cardio every day and have sex every day the whole day, the American way is nothing less than biohazard. Most people here is intoxicated with marihuana, people go out with the objective of getting intoxicated, rx drugs here are prescribed like candy, and our food supply is perhaps the most toxic in the planet with ZERO essential nutrients and contaminated with all sort of chemicals and pollutants. Essential nutrients play a MASSIVE role in counteracting all negative effects of anabolic streroids.

This athlete by the way is Isabel Pereira, Brazilian of course, who lives here in South Florida now. In my opinion one of the most beautiful Wellness physiques in the planet. She's only 5'1"
 

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Many years ago I discovered in Brazil the Wellness female category. Which is just making its way here in the USA. And BTW, it is not exactly as the Brazilian Wellness category. As always judges keep modifying the patterns and athletes themselves push for something that goes walking away from the original pattern.

Brazilians in my opinion mastered the use of anabolics many years ago. The Wellness category is all about developing huge quads, glutes, enhancing the beauty of the female body. The curves, etc. The pattern demands a feminine muscular upper body, and strictly feminine faces. Any sign of masculinization is not allowed in the category.

With that being said, I always laugh my ass off when here in the US traditionally people separate drugs for women, and drugs for men. There is no such thing. So commonly the bro science word advise anavar to a woman, and test for a man. RIDICULOUS. Anavar is useless. The vast majority of Brazilian Wellness athletes are on EQ, deca, even trembolone, masteron, winny and others. Its all about the doses, and how they workout. I personally know many of them and I know exactly what they take. Any average dude will be here like "OMG!!!! she will turn into a man!!! she needs to just take 10mg of anavar a day and nothing more!!!. Nope, that is bullshit. Is just because here women dont know what theyre doing.

And one more important key of the puzzle, nutrition and lifestyle. While Brazilians for the most part dont smoke that stupid weed, dont smoke cigarettes, dont drink, dont do rec drugs, dont take rx drugs, eat clean raw and healthy, do cardio every day and have sex every day the whole day, the American way is nothing less than biohazard. Most people here is intoxicated with marihuana, people go out with the objective of getting intoxicated, rx drugs here are prescribed like candy, and our food supply is perhaps the most toxic in the planet with ZERO essential nutrients and contaminated with all sort of chemicals and pollutants. Essential nutrients play a MASSIVE role in counteracting all negative effects of anabolic streroids.

This athlete by the way is Isabel Pereira, Brazilian of course, who lives here in South Florida now. In my opinion one of the most beautiful Wellness physiques in the planet. She's only 5'1"
Anavar isn’t useless. Also i used to live around a very large Brazilian population in Marietta, many of whom could only speak Portuguese. They absolutely partied and drank a lot. The girl I was dating at the time had only been in America for about 2 years and from what her as well as others said they definitely contradict your no drugs, alcohol and healthy life style nonsense. Did they eat healthier than the average American? In a sense you could say that. Did they in general eat better than most competitors? Nope. In fact with an obesity rate of 52% for men and 44% for women I don’t think your claims really stand up.
 

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Anavar isn’t useless. Also i used to live around a very large Brazilian population in Marietta, many of whom could only speak Portuguese. They absolutely partied and drank a lot. The girl I was dating at the time had only been in America for about 2 years and from what her as well as others said they definitely contradict your no drugs, alcohol and healthy life style nonsense. Did they eat healthier than the average American? In a sense you could say that. Did they in general eat better than most competitors? Nope. In fact with an obesity rate of 52% for men and 44% for women I don’t think your claims really stand up.

You need to go to Brazil. Any of those you know that party a lot and drink are pro wellness athletes?
Anavar is useless and a pro Brazilian wellness athlete will NEVER develop her physique on anavar. NEVER. That is guaranteed. In fact I doubt they even know anavar over there.
 

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