The only thing I have heard of is Russians would give all their athletes, who were training for the Olympics, TBOL. Some as young as 12 years old in the hope they would be insane athletes. So if they were doing that for their athletes I would imagine there’s a reason for it.
I’ve run TBOL a couple times. I liked it. It’s not a wet compound nor a super dry one. I think it gave me strength and some endurance… however you should probably treat this as a cycle and use Test as a base. Run TRT doses if you want but don’t just take TBOL on it’s own.
Turinabol was formulated to help East Germany’s athletic team gain an unfair advantage in the Olympic Games, between 1968 and 1989.
This was a state-sponsored doping program, known as “State Plan Research Theme 14.25”, where the objective of the nation was to completely dominate sports.
Consequently, trainers would supply athletes with “vitamins” (a deceptive label) that would evade detection in drug tests.
Approximately 10,000 male and female athletes, including children as young as 10 years old, experienced great increases in muscular strength, hypertrophy (size) and endurance.
The athletes essentially acted as non-consenting lab rats, completely unaware of what was being given to them.
It wasn’t until the 1990s, where it finally become known that Turinabol was the secret compound behind the ‘East German Doping Machine
I took that from inside bodybuilding.
The East Germans took dbol and added Clostebol so water retention would not occur. They were calling it baby Dbol.
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