T-Nation: I know you can't say too much, but give us a sense of who you are, what you do and how you got into all this.

Trainer X:

T-Nation: How did you come to specialize in fighters?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: Why did you want to talk about this? Why talk publicly about steroid use in these sports?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: Things are a little scary right now for guys involved with steroids. Trainers are getting busted, bodybuilders and powerlifters were subpoenaed at the Arnold Classic, big baseball players are showing up this season much smaller, and even "andro" is being banned. Getting nervous?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: What kind of athletes have you worked with? What levels?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: What are most of these fighters doing wrong when they come to you?

T-Nation: Give us an example.

Trainer X:

T-Nation: How about diet? Where do they screw up?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: In MMA, Pride, UFC etc., are all the fighters juicing?

T-Nation: So give us an idea of what kind of steroids a top MMA fighter is on. What's the ideal cycle for a brawler?

T-Nation: Give us an idea of some other successful plans you've seen used.

T-Nation: How about brands?

Trainer X:

T-Nation: What kind of ancillaries do your fighters use?

Trainer X:

T-Nation: Can a guy be "over-juiced" when it comes to MMA?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: We've heard about boxers using certain drugs to "make them aggressive." Do your fighters do anything like that?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: Absolutely. What kind of legal supplements do you recommend for your athletes?

Trainer X:

T-Nation: Okay, X, I'm out of questions. Anything else you want to add?

Trainer X:



T-Nation: Thanks for talking candidly with us today, X. We appreciate your insight and honesty.

Trainer X: