Larry "Wheels" Williams and steroids

Larry “Wheels” Williams Opens Up About His History with Anabolic Steroids

If you ever wanted to know which anabolic steroids one of the top powerlifters is using, then today is your lucky day. Larry “Wheels” Williams has decided to open up about his history of steroid use and share the performance-enhancing drug protocols that he has used to become the current men’s raw total (without straps) world record holder in the 242-pound division of the World Raw Powerlifting Federation (WRPF).

Much to the dismay of representatives from the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), the use of steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) is permitted by the WRPF. This means that Williams is free to openly admit using steroids without consequences from the non-drug tested WRPF.

In a recent YouTube upload, Williams decided to do just that. Williams revealed what motivated him to start using steroids, what steroids have worked best for him and what steroid stack he is currently using as his bread and butter.

“Today we’re going to talk about steroids. Let’s start with how I got into them in the first place. I was 16 to 17 drinking and partying every weekend, every other day at one point… I really need to change my behavior and fast… I found the best solution to my problem was to replace one vice with another. That was steroids.”

Williams initially learned about steroids from a friend but he quickly decided to do his own Internet research to understand the effects and side effects of steroids.

“I was on forums. I was obsessed with knowing everything aI could before getting started because the idea of injecting a loaded syringe into me at the age of 17 going on 18 was scary. But the very dark future from the bad habits I had accumulated over the past couple of years was even scarier.

“I loved powerlifting. I wanted to get bigger. I wanted to get stronger. I wanted to get ripped. I wanted to be a demi-god, to say the least. A Marvel comic book hero.”

Williams outlined the basic steroid stack that he loves the best. It is the one that he used during his preparation for the e 2017 CETC U.S. Open Powerlifting Championships on April 15-16,2017.

“Let’s jump into what I am taking right now leading up to the US Open. Five hundred milligrams test and 150 mg Anadrol. There’s no tren, deca, masteron. There’s no methyl-tren pills, hgh, no grams of this grams of that because I want to live to see my future wife, my future kids grow up. I want to live a healthy decently long life. I want to be in this sport as long as I possibly can. And I’m in no rush to finish this marathon of lifting.”

Williams settled on the Testosterone plus Anadrol stack after several years of trial and error. And like most novice steroid users, he fell into the trap of thinking that more was better.

“Rewind fours years ago and I thought more was more. Taking up to 1200 mg test, prohormones, no Superdrol but Superdrol clones. Even worse. As toxic to the liver as it gets. Tren. Dbol. Tbol. All in the same cycle. All in the same 16 week period. And I felt miserable. My stomach felt like there was a living rat eating away at my intestines.”

Now, Williams is as strong as ever and he relies on testosterone and Anadrol as his bread and butter. He believes trenbolone is overrated and describes his negative experience with the popular steroid.

“Test and anadrol. That is my bread and butter. As of September of last year. I ve experimented with tren 3 different times – acetate and enanthate. And on every occasion I’d get severe cramps. On a daily basis while waking up with charlie horses [with] my hamstrings screaming, praying it’d stop.

“The strength I would get from tren was pretty underwhelming compared to the strength I gotten from orals with much less side effects. Tren also has the tendency to give me bouts of depression, lethargy, loss of appetite, low libido, the list goes on. With Anadrol, I have no notable side effects other than high blood pressure. Which I could feel when I go to tie my shoes in the morning and my head blows up like a tomato.”

Williams set a new personal record of 777 pounds in the deadlift at the 2017 CETC U.S. Open but was sidelined after suffering a torn quadricep. Not to worry. Williams has decided to share his peptide protocol for recovery with his Youtube followers as well.

For two months, Williams plans on injecting a combination of BPC-158 and TB-500 directly into his quadricep at the injury site at two times daily for two months. During this period, he will perform no lower body work at all. No squats. And no deadlifts.

During this recovery phase, Williams is also using Deca Durabolin. Deca isn’t one of his favorite steroids primarily due to the adverse effect is had on his libido in the past but it’s nothing a little Cialis won’t fix. Williams hopes Deca will be useful as a component to his injury protocol. Williams reports that Deca make him feel “invincible” because his joints feel “indestructible” while on it.

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