Mike O’Hearn: Untimely Bodybuilding Deaths Are Not A Coincidence. It’s Due To Abuse

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Mike O’Hearn is known for being one of the most impressive bodybuilders to be all natural. Depending on who you ask, he’s also notoriously known for lying about his all-natural status. His physique is so impressive, swaths of bodybuilding fans believe he must be lying. Whether you think he’s telling the truth or not – O’Hearn has been consistent in his statements and dedicated his life towards health in bodybuilding.

The core of the bodybuilding lifestyle is focused on healthy changes and meeting fitness goals. But when you look at competitive and pro bodybuilding – things start to get skewed. Debate about the use of PEDs such as steroids is common. Also the mass monster mentality of enormous size is seen as unhealthy compared to the smaller “classic” frames of the 1960s and 1970s.

Not only that, but the past decade has presented us with reports of many tragic untimely deaths of pro bodybuilders. Deaths ranging from ages in the mid 20s through to 50s. Is this just a coincidence with no real connecting cause between them? Or is it due to the lifestyle bodybuilding demands? In our latest GI Exclusive interview, Mike O’Hearn discusses health in bodybuilding, death in bodybuilding, and the use of PEDs in the sport.

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