HugeQuadWorshiper saidMy guess would be the same 3 that were in the top 3 last year. At the Olympia level, they seem to be the most difficult spots to break. Remember wayyyy back in the day when it was always Dorian, Flex, and Shawn Ray?
I'd love to see in the top 3, though:
Ronny Rockel -- can a guy be any hotter? Damn!
Phil Heath -- well, maybe a guy could be hotter if he were Phil Heath. Yum!
Lee Priest -- is he going to compete in the O this year? Anyone know yet?
Show me the dick
"Ronny Rockel -- can a guy be any hotter? Damn!" - yes a guy with a dick would be hotter
"Phil Heath -- well, maybe a guy could be hotter if he were Phil Heath." Yum! where's the dick?
I just wish they could inject some roids into their big clits!
I'm afraid some folks here are very ignorant. AAS will make your penis LARGER, and your gonads smaller, until the AAS are stopped, at which time the gonads return to slightly larger than before the AAS was started as the body tries to maintain what it was accustomed to. Testosterone is, after all, what makes us male. Endogenous testosterone is produced almost exclusively via the male gonads, and so if there's exogenous testosterone present, some testicular atrophy (gonads / balls ) occurs (not the penis which actually gets large in the presence of testosterone). Testicular atrophy is not permanent, and will completely return to normal is less than a month.
The transition takes from about 2 weeks to 30 days (generally around 18 days or so). Whether the person was using for weeks, months, or years, the body rebounds in just days.
With other non-steroidal hormones, like thyroid, even after 30 years of use, studies have shown the body bounces back in less than a week. There have been a number of studies done on mis-diagnosed thyroid patients.
More misinformation and ignorance from those who are like that.
This stuff is well documented by major schools, and famous doctors and is all over The Internet.
That's why NO SCIENTIFIC body has EVER recommended for the control of AAS. In fact, quite the contrary.