hey man i appreciate your site and the work you doing but its clear you first do not use aas and do not know the dynamics of these stuff… for example o pro like phil heath take at least 6500 7000 mg inectables weekly plus 30 unit hgh and bout 70 to 90 slin and in most of case tons of research igf1… u dont have to take all this stuff to be like ryan terry obviously but its clear no body can reach a similar level of definition and quality without taking at least 4 to 6 pharma grade unit daily and some rapid testo plus a lot of anabolics like winny and very androgenic tren… plus its not obvious ull see the sides… me im a competitive heavy weight in italy and i take at least 3500 4000 mg per week and i do not have gyno or bloated stomach cause i cant afford hgh and slin combo but i ensure u to get shredded like these guys and keep the muscle full winny propionate and master are basics plus antiextrogens and some clen too… not only lot of the guys u claim natty are clearly on aas but they are not lower than the 2000 mgs per week… please open your eyes and do not consider phil heath on and guus like panda off cause theyre smaller… heath is on an entire pharmacy like the guy of the camel crew in kuwait panda and others are at least at 2500 mg plus hgh and lot of just football players dancers and stripper are on androgenic too… keep in mind miracles doesnt exist… 110 kg shredded per 182 cm tall is not achievable even by world class genetics
Are you guys serious in calling Zyzz a bodybuilder?!?! Are you joking?!?! The best he was was as a fitness model. Him and that Frank Yang (whom I’ve never heard of at all) I’ve never heard of up until recently so I’m not sure where you guys get the idea that they are bodybuilders?!? Besides being thin and defined doesn’t make you a bodybuilder especially a pro one. I would venture to say that Terry Crews, Sylvester Stallone or Dwayne Johnson had more influence on getting people back into the gym than these guys. If Zyzz was an influence in Australia that’s great but he really was never classified as a bodybuilder. This Russian guy really shouldn’t be on the list either. When the statement was made “the-7-greatest-bodybuilders-of-our-generation” you really should qualify that with actual bodybuilders, not no-name individuals that look impressive but have not won anything. To consider these guys in the same class as a Kai or Phil is truly an insult and obviously the author of the article does not follow the sport.