YOUR FAVORITE ATHLETE Could Be [Probably Is] Using Steroids

Kai Palikiko           Aug.  21, 2020

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Just because they didn't test positive for steroids doesn't mean they did not use it. What's going on brother? My name is Kai, and if you have any questions for me, the best way to reach me is the link to my email, and you can easily find that right in the description.

So that's what I want to talk to you about today, when it comes to, you know, normies and regular people out there, the basic understanding about athletes is that they're all natural.

They honestly believe that every single athlete out there who's professional, majority of them are natural. From my perspective, I would have a better chance of being correct if I assume everybody is actually on Gear, because they are, they absolutely are and I can't stand them and tell them how people are in terms of that.

They truly just want these guys to be natural so they could be relatable. That's pretty much what it is. They want all these professional athletes who have contracts to perform, to be able to play day in and day out on a week to week basis, either football, basketball, even golf itself, they want to automatically assume that they're all natural.

Just so they could say, oh, I could do that, too, if I do a couple of push ups here and there, and you know, put in a little bit of time, I could do the exact same thing. The reality is, it's not. In order for those guys to do what they do, break world records, do what they need to do in order for us to be entertained they have to be on Gear.

The argument that I honestly cannot stand is the simple fact that just because a certain athlete didn't test positive for Gear, it doesn't mean that they're not on it. I mean, look, look at this, here's a good one right there, right - Usain Bolt, for example, ok, he completely passed all his Gear tests, all of them, he got tested pretty frequently as well. 

But you're telling me somehow, he's able to leave all those other guys behind him, while they are tested positive before on Gear, you know, a couple of years back, meaning that they had some history of being popped for steroids, but yet somehow we believe Usain Bolt is all natural. I mean, come on man. 

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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Logically, does it make sense? Somehow you think a natural guy, just because he has longer limbs is able to beat guys who are on anabolic Gear. You know what I mean?

It doesn't make sense to me. And again, it goes back to relatability, they just want to be able to say oh, maybe one day I could be Usain Bolt too, just you know, I just got to make sure I ate my Wheaties and I don't need to cheat either. It's one of the most ridiculous arguments ever. I mean, look, how long did Anderson Silva fight in the UFC and didn't pop for Gear.

But then later on the future, maybe his Gear coach messed up, something happened, and he finally got popped for using testosterone. I mean, did that change the perspective of us? No, it didn't. We still all love Anderson Silva. We're all gonna love Usain Bolt no matter what, we're all gonna love Tom Brady as well. 

Which I'm willing to bet right now, that guy is absolutely on something, either HGH, some kind of testosterone, something to where you can't be that old play in football and still be able to not just be relatable to the competition, but actually able to compete for the Super Bowl. 

Now the main reason why I really want to get this message out there is because I've met so many young hopeful guys going in, say for a football walk on, walk on, if you guys don't know, the guys who didn't get a scholarship, the guys who didn't get any offers in high school going to college, they still have the option to walk on and do tryouts.

Now I've met so many guys that are like this, they would go into the walk on and they just can't compete. They can't figure out why, how come everybody's just bigger and stronger and be able to not just do what they do at that moment, being able to do it day in and day out. How are they able to do that and then, you know, later down the road they find out oh, because they're on Gear. 

How's that fair to them? You know what I mean? How is that fair to them being lied to all their life thinking they could just play football in a collegiate level, then out of nowhere oh, yeah, by the way, you're supposed to take Gear. Oh, yeah, by the way, all these guys right now who you're competing with, they also are taking Gear as well. You know what I mean? 

And I don't think that's fair at all whatsoever. So this whole notion of like, maybe I could do this as a professional athlete, it just doesn't exist. And honestly, I can't blame these athletes. I honestly cannot blame any of these professionals. I feel like in one hand, they definitely have to take the Gear in order for them to perform their sport.

And the other hand, I feel like they have to lie to the general public because some people get overly sensitive. They get overly sensitive things like you know, I don't want to feel like little Jimmy needs to know about Gear. Everybody needs to know. We shouldn't hide anything at all, even to the little kids. 

We should tell them, hey, listen, you're playing pop football right now little Jimmy, but guess what, if you actually want to turn pro they have to do anabolic Gear, it's only fair, or else they are just gonna be like those kids who are doing the walk on, all of a sudden oh shit, these guys are so much bigger, these guys are so much faster, there's no way I would even be able to compete with those guys.

So this whole notion of just because they didn't pop for Gear means that they're not using it, that is complete false, there is just so many ways to pass NCAA Gear testing, Olympic testing, UFC testing for example even, there's so many ways out there. Now there might be like one outlier out there, there might be one exception to the rule. 

But if millions of dollars are on the line, right, if my scholarship is on the line, am I gonna risk it just because I don't want to hurt somebody's feelings? Fuck no, absolutely not. If it means I get my four year of college tuition paid for for playing a sport I'm gonna want a guarantee, I'm going to take whatever I need to take in order for me to be able to stay in that team so I can get my full tuition paid for. 

And I'm not going to care about oh, well, you know, little Jimmy's feelings, what if he finds out? I don't care, I want to make sure I'm gonna be able to guarantee my future, and that's where I really want to spread this message. We need to let people know that majority if not all professional athletes are on Gear. Again, I would have a higher percentage chance guessing that they are on Gear rather than, you know, guessing the opposite.

I just make sure that this message is spread because we don't want again, any of those hopefuls to get shut down right away from the beginning. Anyways, any questions for me, my email is right in the description. Other than that boys, Kai here, out. Take care.



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