Before and After Steroids DeTransformations, Bodybuilders That Lost It All

Human Growth Hormone, Steroids, & Other Performance-Enhancing Drugs are one of the most controversial subjects in the sports world — especially when bodybuilding is mentioned. These muscle building drugs, play a huge role in today’s ultra-competitive sporting arena and help athletes create the incredible type of physique seen onstage.

But what happens when they come back to reality and clean out their locker ? Well, here are some pictures of professional bodybuilders’ reverse transformations, but keep in mind that there are a lot more similar stories.
1. Bob Paris (born Robert Clark Paris on December 14, 1959) was the 1983 NPC American National and IFBB World Bodybuilding Champion, Mr. Universe.


IFBB Mr. Olympia:
• 1984 (New York City): 7th
• 1985 (Brussels, Belgium): 9th
• 1988 (Los Angeles, California): 10th
• 1989 (Rimini, Italy): 14th
• 1991 (Orlando, Florida): 12th


2. Kenneth “Flex” Wheeler (born August 23, 1965) is a retired American IFBB professional bodybuilder. He won the Arnold Classic a then-record four times and was once described by Arnold Schwarzenegger as one of the greatest bodybuilders he had ever seen.


Professional competition highlights:

• 1998 Mr. Olympia (2nd)
• 1999 Grand Prix England (2nd)
• 1999 Pro World (2nd)
• 1999 Mr. Olympia (2nd)
• 2000 Mr. Olympia (3rd)
• 2000 Hungarian Grand Prix (1st)
• 2000 Arnold Schwarzenegger Classic (1st)
• 2000 Ironman Pro Invitational (2nd)
• 2002 Mr. Olympia (7th)
• 2003 Ironman Pro Invitational (3rd)


3.Broderick Christopher Cormier (born August 19, 1967), known as Chris Cormier, is an American International Federation of BodyBuilders professional bodybuilder.


Professional competition highlights:

• 2002 Grand Prix Australia, 1st
• 2002 Grand Prix Austria, 1st
• 2002 Grand Prix England, 3rd
• 2002 Grand Prix Holland, 2nd
• 2002 Ironman Pro Invitational, 1st
• 2002 San Francisco Pro Invitational, 2nd
• 2003 Arnold Classic, 2nd
• 2003 Grand Prix Australia, 1st
• 2003 San Francisco Pro Invitational, 2nd
• 2004 Arnold Classic, 2nd
• 2004 Grand Prix Australia, 2nd
• 2004 Grand Prix England, 2nd
• 2004 Grand Prix Holland, 2nd
• 2005 Arnold Classic, 2nd
• 2005 Grand Prix Australia, 2nd
• 2005 San Francisco Pro Invitational, 1st


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