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    Of course it has an effect on RNA and DNA

    Ever hear of FAS, or fetal alcohol syndrome?

    I had many patients with that.

    I have two daughters born on AAS and I assure you they can outlift and outrun their friends. MY oldest daughter was deadlifting 100lbs at 5 years old.

    She used to work World Strongest Events with me, and she was like a celebrity.

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    My papa had me on Omnas and whatever else he was taking! Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesleyInman View Post
    Of course it has an effect on RNA and DNA

    Ever hear of FAS, or fetal alcohol syndrome?

    I had many patients with that.

    I have two daughters born on AAS and I assure you they can outlift and outrun their friends. MY oldest daughter was deadlifting 100lbs at 5 years old.

    She used to work World Strongest Events with me, and she was like a celebrity.

    Do you attribute their talent to you having been on gear during conception? Or do you think it's likely they inherited your gift for strength development? Surely you have some genetic markers like ACTN3 or ACE DD. A female cousin in law took a genetic health test and it showed she had the strength and power gene and she mention that she had always been pretty strong naturally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    Do you attribute their talent to you having been on gear during conception? Or do you think it's likely they inherited your gift for strength development? Surely you have some genetic markers like ACTN3 or ACE DD. A female cousin in law took a genetic health test and it showed she had the strength and power gene and she mention that she had always been pretty strong naturally.
    I believe it to be both.

    As a baby, my oldest at maybe 1, was barely walking and would pick up a gallon of milk in each hand and walk around with it. She might have weighed 20lbs...

    So no I dont believe it was only genetic.

    I would bring her to the gym with Worlds Strongest Man competitors like Pudziaowski and Poundstone and she liked to show off.

    She would pick up a 45lb plate in each hand and hold it.

    Now this might not seem like a feat of strength, but Im talking a little girl.

    My family does have Pro athletes and other athletes in it, but Im the only AAS user, and I assure you my kids blow away the norm. That's not bragging.

    My youngest was born on Trest, and even her teachers tell me she is abnormally fast and strong.

    Studies prove that AAS effect RNA. I know EQ was one of the primary studies to show this.

    Again, not bragging here. Im not bragging I had my kids on AAS. I wish I was born on AAS LOL>

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesleyInman View Post
    I believe it to be both.

    As a baby, my oldest at maybe 1, was barely walking and would pick up a gallon of milk in each hand and walk around with it. She might have weighed 20lbs...

    So no I dont believe it was only genetic.

    I would bring her to the gym with Worlds Strongest Man competitors like Pudziaowski and Poundstone and she liked to show off.

    She would pick up a 45lb plate in each hand and hold it.

    Now this might not seem like a feat of strength, but Im talking a little girl.

    My family does have Pro athletes and other athletes in it, but Im the only AAS user, and I assure you my kids blow away the norm. That's not bragging.

    My youngest was born on Trest, and even her teachers tell me she is abnormally fast and strong.

    Studies prove that AAS effect RNA. I know EQ was one of the primary studies to show this.

    Again, not bragging here. Im not bragging I had my kids on AAS. I wish I was born on AAS LOL>
    That's pretty cool! but also a lil' scary...hopefully there arent any long term health issues. It's also possible that they simply have a "head start" with muscularity and performance but will level out as adults.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MGM View Post
    Tren baby

    That is absolutely disgusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tfusion View Post
    That is absolutely disgusting.

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    He reminds me of that Richard Sandrak kid who was ripped and train like 6-8 hrs a day, lol.. when you see him now as an adult you would never guess he had seemingly good genetics as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    He reminds me of that Richard Sandrak kid who was ripped and train like 6-8 hrs a day, lol.. when you see him now as an adult you would never guess he had seemingly good genetics as a kid.
    No one has that genetics as a kid. No one.

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    Myostatin kids and animals

    Def exist

    Also pituitary disorders, etc

    My buddy has one.. he's 7'1 and size 17 sneaker.

    Anamolies. Rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tfusion View Post
    No one has that genetics as a kid. No one.

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    I'm not sure exactly what you mean.. Ronnie Coleman had freak genetics that he was born with, so he did have them as a kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    I'm not sure exactly what you mean.. Ronnie Coleman had freak genetics that he was born with, so he did have them as a kid.
    Ronnie Coleman was not completely shredded at age 6...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArgonCoagulator View Post
    I'm not sure exactly what you mean.. Ronnie Coleman had freak genetics that he was born with, so he did have them as a kid.
    Pituitary anomalies certainly exist. Not by this age. Sorry. They usually develop during puberty.

    I have numerous friends with these issues.

    1 is 6 foot 11 a giant. Sadly his life is shortened by the issue.
    2 is on trt and didn't go through puberty until doctors took action at age 21.

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