Steroid Books

Testosterone for Life

Increased vitality. More muscle. Improved health. Greater mental agility. These are just a few of the life-enhancing benefits that men with low levels of testosterone can experience when they increase their testosterone level. If you’ve noticed a decrease in your sex drive; experienced erectile dysfunction; or felt tired, depressed, and unmotivated, this authoritative, up-to-date guide from an expert at Harvard Medical School will help you determine if you have low testosterone–a surprisingly common but frequently undiagnosed condition among middle-aged men.


The Testosterone Advantage Plan

Wide shoulders, narrow waist, thick chest, muscular arms and legs: today’s male ideal physique is the same as that of ancient Greece. Aerobics and the Food Pyramid just won’t yield that shape, argues Lou Schuler, certified strength-and-conditioning specialist and fitness director of Men’s Health magazine. For weight loss and the Greek physique, he proposes the “T” (testosterone) plan: weightlifting and a diet of 33 percent each carbs (mostly low-glycemic-index), fat (the “good” kind), and protein; no alcohol; and minimal sweets and processed food. The book includes a meal planner, grocery list, and recipes.


The Steroid Bible

The Steroid Bible also contains comprehensive information on Human Growth Hormone, Insulin, Clenbuterol, and other drugs used by bodybuilders and athletes. In addition, The Steroid Bible lets you in on some of the best kept secrets in bodybuilding by allowing you to examine personal training diaries of top bodybuilders that document drugs used, training routines, diets, and results.


Anabolic Steroids and Making Them

A comprehensive compilation of making anabolic steroids from their original patents. A do it yourself manual.


Anabolic Steroids: Ultimate Research Guide

This Anabolic Steroid Research guide will educate you on every aspect of anabolic steroid use. Whether you are a steroid user and need to know everything about how to use them effectively and safely, or you are a researcher who would like to know every thing there is about anabolic steroids in one book, this is the reference guide for you.


Legal Muscle: Anabolics in America

What’s inside? At well over 400 pages, EVERYTHING anyone could ever want to know about steroids and the law! Read the true details of recent anabolic steroid investigations, arrests and prosecutions from all across America.


Dope: A History of Performance Enhancement in Sports

Since the dawn of athletic competition during the original Olympic Games in Ancient Greece, athletes, as well as their coaches and trainers, have been finding innovative ways to gain an edge on their competition. Some of those performance-enhancement methods have been within the accepted rules while other methods skirt the gray area between being within the rules and not, while still other methods break the established rules. In modern times, doping – the use of performance-enhancing drugs – has been one method athletes and their trainers have used to beat their competition.


The Anabolic Steroid Handbook

The ‘Anabolic Steroid Handbook’ is a reference guide to the world of steroids and related topics. Learn first-hand how to chemically enhance your physique and build an awesome body like the pro’s. The information inside this book can turn a weekend trainer into an iron wielding bodybuilding warrior.


Anabolic Steroids Reference Manual

Anabolics 2007: Anabolic Steroids Reference Manual (Hardcover)


Demystifying Steroids

Demystifying Steroids uncovers the “other side” of anabolic steroids and their possible benefits using real case examples from thousands of patients and medical research. This book empowers the reader to discover a new truth about anabolic steroids for themselves. Dr. Jesse Haggard has organized the information into two sections. The first section is easy to read and discusses steroid use in medicine and sports. Popular beliefs about anabolic steroids are challenged, including the dangers of steroid use.


Steroids

Steroids (Compact Research Series) (Library Binding)


Steroids and Other Performance-Enhancing Drugs

This brief entry in the new Drugs series argues persuasively against anabolic steroid use. Succinct paragraphs focus on popular and once-respected athletes destroyed by steroids, including examples of anonymous abusers who either succumbed to the fatal effects (by dying themselves or killing others because of “roid rage”) or recovered from their addiction.


Anabolic Steroids – A Question of Muscle

What does it mean when it is simply no longer possible to believe much of the clinical research that is published, or to rely on the judgment of trusted physicians for their prescribing recommendations? Where are we to go and be forewarned of the dangers of these prescribing practices?


Anabolic Steroids and the Athlete

The first edition of this work, published in 1982, concentrated on the athlete’s use of and the physician’s knowledge of, anabolic steroids. This fully updated second edition discusses the continuing controversy over their use in competitive sports.