>lifted for 1 year natty and was motivated by the progress I've made
>am overwhelmed by uni and sleeplessness so my lifts started stalling
>continue plateauing for half a year and then quit going to the gym
>2 years not lifting since
how do I start again? any reason not to juice?
I've witnessed many acquaintances IRL juice from the beginning or early on in their lifting career. There's numerous reasons not to do it:
>If you can't make good natty noob gains then you shouldn't be lifting at all or you should change your approach
>If you already have a good muscular base and only use roids to further your gains then youre maximizing their use (rather than using them the entire time and taxing your body heavily in the process)
>In the event that you do injure yourself as a newbie juicer you will most definitely lose ALL of your gains and deflate like a motherfucker (happened to two of my acquaintances/friends)
>No one will respect you or take you seriously
>More but I can't be bothered you get the idea. It's pretty retarded and says a lot about you.
Not sure if this is satire or not. You do realise that on many steroids people struggle to sleep, and they get limp dick? That's probably two of the most common side effects. And I don't think cheating your way through fitness would teach you and sort of real discipline.
Try again, senpai.
Discipline is moreso to do with your upbringing and how much you value effort/results. Its something you either pick up yourself or are taught. Hormones do have an affect but if you think its dominant in any way I have bad news for you son.
well I don't have discipline, but I need both for uni and to start lifting again
dominant or not, it will still help tremendously to juice if I feel sleepy and tired all the fucking time
Sounds like youre at a crossroads in your life here son. You either learn healthy habits and maintain them for the rest of your life (carrying on to your future family) or you become a little cuckold bitch and try to take the easy route and deal with the negatives later. I'm glad I made the right choice when I was in your position.