MrPerfect7592 saidYou could always do steroids.
Steroids are those hormones that are solubles in lipids. Examples include testosterone, estrogen, and cortisone, all in different classes. With the exception of trenbolone, the same rules apply for mass / weight gains with AAS. You have to eat and train.
When you train with high intensity, your testosterone levels drop to near zero. Hence, the attraction of AAS.
After the age of around 28, your endogenous testosterone plummets, in a guy, and your estrogen creeps up in the ratio. That's why you see HRT regimens that are hugely popular in not just making folks feel and look good, but, preventing a long list of diseases of aging, and allowing athletes to remain active well into their 70's, or even 80's. In the sickest of the sick...HIV, burns, cancer...test levels above 1000 REMARKABLY improve the quality of life for those who are sick. AAS promote strong sense of well being and are some of the best anti-depressants around. If you're feeling run down, and dragging, odds are good that you may have low T.
AAS are here to stay because they WORK, and slow the again process to a crawl.
Again, for the ignorant here, AAS don't do the work, nor put the calories in to make you grow. They help you recover, allow you to train at a much higher level, on an ongoing basis, and they support lean muscle mass, but, they aren't magic. With some AAS, like trenbolone, nutrition partitioning is improved by nearly 30%, so, you can eat less, and make gains. Fina / Tren is used in nearly 100% of beef production domesticly, not just because it improves the quality of meat, but, because it lowers feed costs by nearly 30% and that means you don't have to pay $8.00# for lean beef. (My dad was a rancher for many years, and I'm well acquainted with agribusiness.)