10 People Who Were Addicted To Bodybuilding
Top 10 of the biggest and freakiest bodybuilders in the history of bodybuilding!
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The notion of “hitting the gym” means different things to different fitness-inclined people. For some, it is a primarily social setting which enables you to feel good about yourself, even though the muscles you are mainly working are those in your mouth as you gab with friends or your fingers as you mindlessly text. For others, there’s a more dedicated, health-oriented goal in mind, with the gym serving as a place of focus and drive. Then there are those who are on another level entirely, seemingly determined to develop a comical, outrageous amount of muscle tissue, if they haven’t done so already.
More often than not, these people are far from naturally enhanced. Typically, these people are a product of Synthol abuse, a site enhancing oil designed to “fluff” muscles, or mimic their appearance where it may otherwise be disproportionate or lagging. It isn’t that these folks don’t hit the gym to further beef up their jarring physique, but the images that you will see here aren’t simply the product of a few bicep curls and a protein shake. When applied modestly, the completely legal Synthol product has been known to serve as a point of controversy within the world of professional bodybuilding. When used excessively, it can result in the type of grotesque, freakish physicality represented here.
It’s remarkable to consider the supposed evolution of the bodybuilder in recent decades. Where bodybuilding champions were once buff muscle-men with impressively sculpted but accessible figures, modern competitors are jacked, genetically engineered freaks of nature with muscles upon muscles and bulging veins. Compare, for example, the physique of 70’s era three-time Mr. Olympia champion Frank Zane’s 185-pount chiseled frame to the monstrous arms and gargantuan calves of recent four-time Mr. Olympia Phil Heath. Even Arnold Schwarzenegger, the most recognizable bodybuilder of all-time for whom the elite Arnold Classic was named, didn’t boast the kind of body to compete with the mastodons of today. The physiques of modern bodybuilders were, quite literally, unattainable during the early days of the sport.
Unfortunately, it’s tough to see this as positive progress for the sport. While there is something undeniably mesmerizing about the spectacle of seeing people with muscles in places that you didn’t even know existed, the chemical dependency of many bodybuilders is clearly having averse side effects. This list will not only reveal physical builds that seem humanly impossible, but also the emerging dangerous dark side of the business, which includes severe health consequences such as strange physical changes and even premature deaths.
Where bodybuilding was once about tone, balance and symmetry, many have adopted the sport as a challenge to simply develop – however necessary – the biggest, gnarliest features possible. The use of steroids like Synthol is a major point of controversy in the world of bodybuilding, but more importantly poses a health risk for any individual looking for a quick way to build up hulking muscle mass. Here are 10 of the worst offenders and the biggest freaks in bodybuilding:
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