Joe Rogan hosts the world’s most popular podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience. If you wonder if Joe’s on steroids, keep reading…
Joe has been pretty muscular — look at the picture of him for reference. Keep in mind that Joe Rogan is 5’10” tall — so it’s easier for him to look more bulky than a taller guy.
That means… even though Joe looks muscular, he hasn’t necessarily needed steroids to achieve his physique.
No matter how tall he is, Joe’s got decent muscle mass. Even today at an age of 51, he’s well-built and stronger than many fit, young men.
But here’s the million dollar question…
Since Joe Rogan is an open advocate for marijuana and other recreational drugs… you may want to know his stance on the muscle-building kind of stuff…
If he’s open to marijuana and DMT, it’s not impossible he’s at least tried other drugs that make him stronger and fitter.
Is Joe Rogan doing steroids?
Often people talk loud about marijuana and other socially accepted drugs. But when steroids come up… they shut their mouths like a zipper.
But Joe Rogan is pretty open about steroids and has talked about them on his podcast.
The short answer you look for is… Yes, he’s on steroids.
By Joe’s own account, he’s been on testosterone replacement therapy since the age of 39.
“It makes a big difference. Fuck yeah!”
— Joe Rogan
Testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) is medically prescribed testosterone.
As you age, your natural testosterone production goes to sleep. TRT replaces the natural testosterone your body doesn’t get enough of.
TRT is legal. You consult with a doctor, and if you need TRT you get a prescription of testosterone. Either in the form of cream you apply to your skin throughout the day, pills or injectable oils.
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Joe Rogan injects his testosterone weekly.
The most common testosterone ester used for weekly injections is Testosterone Cypionate.
It’s usually administered in the 100-200 mg range every week.
Many say that TRT merely replaces your natural hormone production. And that it isn’t any more powerful than being all natural.
It only makes you feel like when you were a young man with healthy testosterone levels.
However, I have seen many athletes and bodybuilders approach doctors for TRT… and get a much higher dosage than necessary to substitute your natural testosterone levels.
Because of that… TRT can in some cases be more performance enhancing and supraphysiological than it’s made out to be.
Let’s take the compound Joe Rogan likely takes — Testosterone Cypionate — for example.
- 200 mg Testosterone Cypionate per week is an usual TRT dose. About 140 mg of that dosage is pure testosterone.
- The average healthy male naturally produces between 42 to 49 mg of testosterone per week.
- This means a very popular TRT dosage still can be 2-3 times higher than testosterone levels you’d produce naturally.
Thus, men on TRT can have a much easier time building muscle. Even in comparison to healthy men with high levels of natural T.
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Joe Rogan is also open about using Human Growth Hormone.
He’s not clear about for how long but mentions he gets human growth hormone prescribed by a doctor as well.
Human growth hormone (HGH) is often referred to as “the fountain of youth”. It revitalizes your skin (for real, not like some bullcrap skin product). It improves fat loss and sleep. It heals and builds muscle.
From the 1950s to 80s, companies drilled into the brain of a human cadaver to obtain the growth hormone that was left. Then they’d produce HGH medication from it.
At some point, what they extracted from the cadaver was contaminated by something called prions. Prions are a type of protein that causes Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease (mad cow disease).
Children with growth hormone deficiencies were given this prion-contaminated medication. And of course, some bodybuilders put their hands on that good muscle-building stuff as well.
All of them got mad cow disease…
However, medical companies found a way to produce Human Growth Hormone synthetically. To avoid more disasters.
In modern times, taking human growth hormone is very safe. And getting it administered from a doctor will minimize any possible side effects.
It’s been used by Hollywood for decades to keep the celebrities young and vibrant, and it’s a drug that will skyrocket your life quality. Pure HGH is crazy expensive. But there are peptides that are 20 times cheaper and stimulate your body’s own production of HGH, producing the same desired results. (Read more)
All in all, it’s clear if Joe Rogan’s on steroids or not. He’s on testosterone replacement therapy and takes human growth hormone.
Other than that, he hasn’t shared any more information.
Until next time,
— Alexander Contrarian