CT Fletcher Steroid Accusations
Whether you’ve seen it on Reddit or other favorite social media outlets, people everywhere have accused CT Fletcher time and time again of being on steroids.
I’ve seen all kinds of marketing accusations ranging from the following:
Random Internet Quotes (Mostly from Reddit/Body Building/Misc)
“There’s no way he’s not on steroids. No one can naturally achieve results like that.”
“The human body can’t process muscles like that without some illegal substance help.”
“CT Fletcher is just an internet rambler who wants attention. I’d love to see what kind of steroids he’s taking.”
Why do so many people think just because a person is big, they’re on steroids? What ever happened to people working hard for their goals and achieving results at the hands of dedication and hard work?
Everyone’s looking for the easy way out, and no one wants to work towards something and earn something.
So, the question today we’re here to answer is, is it physically possible for CT Fletcher not to be on steroids?
The answer is absolutely, and you’re devoted enough to find out if he’s a liar, then find him and drug test him.
He has openly said numerous times that he was drug tested throughout his powerlifting career, and he’s more than willing to submit to a drug test.
So why is it that when so many people see people like CT Fletcher or other abnormally fit humans, they automatically assume that they’re abusing drugs or steroids?
You’ve Been Fooled By The Media & Hollywood
When you watch any movie or TV show, they’re beautiful people everywhere.
No one wants to watch ugly people run around half naked for an hour and a half chasing a group of bad guys, and no one intends to watch a romantic comedy about ugly people.
The guys in a lot of these shows and movies are physically fit. What is the first thing the tabloids go to when they try to guess how they did it?
Well, apparently, this actor got fit off steroids. Even the media knows that infomercial products are BS and never gives them credit, so instead of attributing their body to hard work and dedication, it makes for a more attention-grabbing headline to say they’re abusing steroids.
People continue to watch and believe these allegations are making them think that everyone who’s physically fit is insulting something illegal.
Marketing Companies have fooled you.
If there’s one thing that steroid companies are great at doing, it’s marketing. To be honest, the only products out there on the market that are legal, only give you an energy boost.
Even most of those never work for most people; they just make you more alert and a bit more focused on what you’re doing, but with a lot of those products come that crash that leaves you drowsy.
Marketing companies spend all day and hire six-figure salary executives to know how to sell you more crap and to make you believe what they’re saying.
Yes, they’re lying, but they’re also paying an abnormal amount of taxes from sales so no one cares that they’re lying.
Whether it’s because of marketing tactics, the media or people just trying to bring others down, not as many people abuse steroids as you think.