Steroid – Guru døde av overdose

Paul Borresen var en kjent “steroid-guru”, og trente kroppsbygging. Han var engelsk med norske aner. Han ble født 11 september 1962.

Han gikk på universitetet og hadde bachelor grad biokjemi og master grad i farmakologi. Han har skrevet to bøker: “Anabolic Edge & The Big Secret” og “An end to all secrets”, og over 200 artikler i forskjellige blader og nettsider. Få mennesker i verden visste så mye om dopingmidler som Paul Borresen.

Han giftet seg med Carol i 1984 og de fikk to barn. Et av hans største mål i livet var å være en god far, i tillegg til å fremme kroppsbyggersporten.

Han startet “Chemical Nutrition” sammen med en bekjent, men måtte droppe prosjektet da kameraten ikke var til å stole på og ustabil. Deretter startet han “Biohazard” og “Chemical Warfare”, og laget egne kosttilskudd. Hvor ifølge han selv var “Ravenger 5” det beste produktet. Han laget også egne dopingmidler til eget bruk, som f.eks. “Triple X” som var en kombinasjon av DNP, T3 og oral Insulin.

De senere årene startet han “Team Biohazards” og “Governor magazine”.I alle år har han coachet kroppsbyggere, og den meste kjente er tidligere Mr. Olympia Dorian Yates.

Hans maksløft: 480 pund(ca 218kg)i benkpress, 460 pund i knebøy(ca 210kg) og 140 pund(ca 64kg) i hantel skulderpress. Han påsto å ha de største leggene på jordkloden. Han veide 260 pund(118kg).

Hans favorittsteroid var Primobolan Depot …:

“Anadrol is designed to correct anemia. It builds red blood cells. It does not build muscle. It may help at the end of a course to “fill up” on blood, which may help you to hold on to the gained weight. It’s a poor man’s EPO [erythropoietin]. If I wanted to make a lot of money, I’d design a drug and call it Super-bol 5,000,000! Everyone will think it’s really strong!”

I just want to be able to provide accurate information and sell products that I know are effective. My motto is, “Ignorance kills? let’s kill ignorance.” I honestly believe that if we give the people the right information, we’ll build this sport. There are a lot of assholes with too much power in our sport!” Paul Borresen.

På 90 tallet var han med på å drive bladet: “Bodybuilding-Bladet de forsøkte å stanse”, hvor han hadde en egen spalte hvor folk kunne spørre om virkninger av dopingmidler. Dette gjorde han i samarbeid med blant annet Bjørn Kaald, Nils Olav F. Bruteig og Kerry Kayes.

Bladet ble tatt opp i stortinget og etter 3 utgaver forsvant bladet fra hyllene på Narvesen. Bladet var veldig ærlig i forhold til kroppsbygging og dopingbruk, men gikk nok litt vel langt i forhold til å anbefale folk doser og kurer.

Desverre begynte han å bruke narkotiske stoffer mot depresjoner. Kokain, morfin, Valium i store doser gjorde at han døde mens han sov bare 38 år gammel.

Paul Borresen hadde en enorm kunnskap om dopingmidler og medikamenter, men allikevel døde han av å bruke det. Paul Borresen er desverre bare en av veldig mange kroppsbyggere som har dødd medikamentbruk. Ha det i bakhodet når du tenker på å begynne med anabole steroider.

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Her kan du lese fra avisen i England etter hans død:

 Drugs killed ex-gym owner

From the Swindon Advertiser, first published Friday 17th Aug 2001.POLICE have launched an investigation following the death of a former Swindon gym owner who injected himself with Ministry of Defence morphine.

At an inquest in Chippenham, Wiltshire coroner David Masters heard that Paul Robert Borresen, 38, of Moons Leaze Farm, Braydon, near Purton, died at home on January 30.

Mr Borresen, a bodybuilding and fitness enthusiast who wrote two books on the subject, ran a business advising fitness fans and supplying vitamins and food supplements, the inquest heard on Wednesday.

But the hearing was told the father-of-two also had a cocaine habit, used anabolic steroids and developed a morphine addiction after a serious back injury.

His wife, Carol Borresen, of Loyalty Road, Chippenham, told the inquest the couple married in 1984 when he was running a Swindon gym.

In the early 1990s they moved to Manchester where Mr Borresen ran his supplements business and wrote a bodybuilding book.

At this time he started taking steroids, she said, and he took cocaine to cope with depression. He broke two bones in his back in 1997 and relied on high doses of prescribed morphine to help him cope with the pain.

Mrs Borresen said she was aware he was taking cocaine and additional morphine unlawfully, before his death, using injecters from MoD supplies. The evening before his death he had injected morphine and taken cocaine.

The next day he was still asleep at 9.30am and she was unable to wake him. She checked on him throughout the morning but at 1.30pm discovered he had stopped breathing. Paramedics tried to resuscitate him without success.

A post mortem revealed numerous injection marks on his legs, hands and left arm. A toxicology report revealed his blood contained very high levels of morphine and cocaine, as well as a high therapeutic level of Diazepam.

Pathology consultant Dr Alan Anscombe said the combination of drugs would have interfered with his breathing, causing a coma and death.

Det Con Andrew Aves, of Wootton Bassett police, confirmed the morphine injecters were from MoD supplies and said the source was being investigated.

Mr Masters recorded a verdict of death from non dependent abuse of drugs in exceptional excess.

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Kilder:
1. Theministryoffitness.com
2. T-nation.com
3. Lamuscle.com
4. Thisiswiltshire.co.uk

Foto: Bodybuilding, nr.1/1998 og Steroider.Net

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