doesnt live to see 70
Tons of guys who were certainly trying to get bigger and who used ever-greater amounts of gear and food hit points where they simply could not get any bigger no matter how hard they tried. I have seen this with people I knew.
I don't know how you are so sure about your theory? If it were true, we would not see so many pro's stop growing. Certainly some reach a point where they don't seek any more mass, but many keep trying to grow until they retire, and obviously many of them must keep upping their doses.
After even just seeing pics of Vic Richards I have no idea how he wasn't a bigger name in bodybuilding
The perennial drug dosage debate aside I would quite comfortably make the statement that in no other sport is the word 'genetics' used anywhere near as frequently as in bodybuilding in explaining performance, not even close.
This thread can be never ending LOL. As will have always everyone opinion on how gear should be used. Nobody wins arguments, everyone will still have their own opinion, BUT some will be offended.
As far as Dorian drug use, only Dorian knows what he did, all else is simply speculation and rumors.
And no I dont believe he ran less than 1g of test.
If you asked Dorian what his contest cycle was for the 1994 Olympia (or another specific show), do you think he could tell you milligram for milligram everything he used off the top of his head?
Anyone can get bigger and more cut with drugs, eating etc even with the right structure and muscle bellies and genetics, but what makes the cut between a top amatuer or pro type of physique is alot more than just that because if it wasnt these boards would be full of guys with top physiques.
Wasnt it dorian who said back in the day that if he had flex wheelersn genetics he would have been mr 10 times over.