Apparently lots of men think they can look at me and know what steroids I’m running.
Which is hilarious because I’m not on any at all.
So this is my open letter to all of those men who want to shit all over my progress and achievements (and those of other awesome, strong, fit and drug-free ladies) by simply ascribing that success to steroids:
Look guys, I know it’s sometimes really tough on the male ego to deal with a woman who is physically strong, powerful, and pretty-fit looking — but not every woman needs to run tons of steroids to be physically strong. Not every woman needs to run steroids to be ripped, or muscular, or fit.
Some of us women, just like some of you men, have been blessed with amazing genetics. We have a very easy time making strength gains or cutting up or bulking up or whatever our fitness goals are.
I know that to you, it doesn’t matter that I eat a healthy protein-heavy diet, or
that I put in 10-12 hours of intense, heavy weight training every week
in the gym, or that I don’t go out and get wasted every weekend and
instead spend a lot of time doing meal prep and actively planning out my meals and
training for that week.
In the end, the results of my hard work make you feel
utterly inadequate, so you apparently have to come up with (untrue) excuses to feel better about yourselves and your lack of dedication or commitment. Take some time to reflect about why your jealousy of strong and fit drug-free women makes you so venomous and full of vitriol. And then get the fuck over it.