Bodybuilder and influencer Kali Muscles was one the first of his kind in the Online fitness community. The 48-year-old first entered the foray of online fitness influencing back in the 2010s. Pretty soon, Kali Muscle became popular due to his content and quirky personality. But naysayers claimed that the beastly physique that the bodybuilder boasted was due to extensive usage of steroids. The bodybuilder vehemently denied these allegations up until his heart attack in 2021.
Fortunately, the bodybuilder survived, and after a short hiatus and recovery period, Chuck Kirkendall, or Kali Muscles, returned to the internet with his usual content. But something changed in him this time. After a harrowing health crisis, Kali Muscles finally decided to come clean about his steroid abuse. Kali admitted that he was using a lot of performance-enhancing drugs.
Apart from coming back with a clean conscience. Kali also decided to shift the focus of his content. Kali went on a mission to help educate people about the detrimental side of PED or Performance-Enhancing Drugs and why they have been the leading cause of death of bodybuilders in recent times.
A Change Of Heart
In a recent video of Kali, he looked much smaller and claimed that he slimmed down for health reasons. He also preached that carrying around too much muscle mass is more of a liability. Kali also claimed that there is hardly any upside to carrying too much muscle mass. In fact, Kali believed that the only return you will get is a heart attack or a stroke.
In his video, Kali also claimed that the reason why so many former bodybuilders are dying recently is because of their PED abuse and too much muscle mass. Therefore, Kali, a survivor of a PED-induced heart attack, believes that it is more of a death sentence than a boon. Keep following our page for more sports-related content and news.
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