Well this is an interesting one. I noticed a few topics popping up recently focusing on Terry Crews and steroids
Terry Crews is a larger than life athlete. At the age of 44 he still looks incredibly large and lean. A former NFL player, it’s common for most to be “large” or “lean” but hardly ever is it to see someone large and lean.
Credit has to be given to him. He is known for training like a beast and eating like one too!
He eats 8 meals per day and trains 5 times per week to get to the level he is currently at.
He has also had an acting career, unfortunately, he has never really got a big break and tends to play a muscular bouncer/fighter in almost every film appearance he has been in.
Now I know this question is coming what Steroids do I need to use to look as good as Terry Crews?
Well it’s not that easy, steroids are simply one part of it. Terry Crews is 60% nutrient 35% pure effort and 5% steroids.
This is how it works. When you put all of those together you can look as good if not better than Terry Crews.
What steroids would he use?
Realistically he’s taking things such as testosterone, Human growth hormone, Deca, Possibly IGF-1, but I have to admit I’m slightly unsure on that one, and of course, Dianabol.
However, now he is acting and focusing on being as lean as possible and his stamina is not the important issue. It is quite possible he is using TREN as an extra boost when cutting, it’d hold onto his muscle mass and leave him looking lean and ripped.
His workout routine also consists of heavy compound lifts. Exercises such as the squat, Dead lift, Bench Press, Overhead press, Pull ups etc.
He is also a big fan of using chains as part of his training sessions. Though, personally, I like rubber bands to be added on exercises such as the bench press. I feel they provide a more natural and harder increase of weight at the top of the lifts. Either way he is a machine who is known for training hard.
For cardio he claims to do a lot of “sprints.” 100 yard runs as fast as he can with a 20 second break between for 10 sets of 10. Again if he was using Tren, I doubt he’d do this and it makes more sense for him to be doing some kind of “complex” based on the big lifts such as the dead lift, squat, and bench press 5 sets of 10 with a 30 second break between each exercise should suffice.
Overall, it takes hard work to get any kind of “good” physique, but the hard work is worth it. We all plan to look as good as humanly possible and of course be as healthy as humanly possible.
The commitment guys like Terry Crews put in to look the way they do is incredible. Yes some do abuse anabolic steroids, that’s a given. But it’s possible to look just as good with the use of them rather than the abuse, in fact it’s actually possible to look better.