Some people who abuse steroids to boost muscle size have experienced physical or sexual abuse. In one series of interviews with male weightlifters, 25 percent who abused steroids reported memories of childhood physical or sexual abuse. Similarly, female weightlifters who had been raped were found to be twice as likely to report use of anabolic steroids or another purported musclebuilding drug, compared with those who had not been raped. Moreover, almost all of those who had been raped reported that they markedly increased their bodybuilding activities after the attack. They believed that being bigger and stronger would discourage further attacks because men would find them either intimidating or unattractive.
Every ingredient has been tried and tested under an array of real world physical stresses and environments from the weight room to the athletic field. Kris Gethin has tested and analyzed every supplement under multiple conditions, strategic dosages, and many combinations. He put his body through the extreme edges of endurance while preparing for a triathlon over a four-month period. Once completed, he again broke physical boundaries by pushing his body through the intense environment of a 12-Week Muscle-Building Plan that was documented daily by . The results of both were astounding.