Bodybuilding legend Phil Heath has become a revered voice in the sport since moving on from professional competition a few years ago. In a recent post made on Instagram, Heath shared the full list of substances for his favorite injectable stack.
Phil Heath first gained attention for his freakish muscle mass, symmetry, and 3D delts in the Men’s Open division in 2006. He dominated the Mr. Olympia competition from 2011 to 2017. After dethroning four-time Mr. Olympia winner Jay Cutler, Heath went on to win each edition in a row until 2017 and racked up seven Sandow trophies under his belt.
During his run at the top, he shared a fierce rivalry on stage with fellow standout Kai Greene and battled it out with some notable contenders, such as Cutler, and late former Mr. Olympia Shawn Rhoden.
Heath keeps his finger on the pulse of bodybuilding. His prediction for 2022 Mr. Olympia came true when Hadi Choopan defeated former two-time champ Mamdouh ‘Big Ramy’ Elssbiay for the top prize two months ago. Nick Walker also backed up Heath’s prediction with an improved third-place finish.
’The Gift’ teased plans for a potential comeback last month. Although he did not rule out the idea, Heath wanted to stay patient and track his progress before rushing into any decisions.
He later detailed his balanced use of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) in competition. He revealed that he was conservative with his use of gear and bashed modern athletes for overusing steroids, which can result in hindered muscle detail and striations.
Heath sparked rumors of his return to the stage with a massive physique update ahead of the upcoming 2023 Arnold Classic. He teamed up with bodybuilder Regan Grimes for a chest and shoulder workout. Grimes indicated Heath was preparing to participate in the show but the latter did not acknowledge the prospect.
Phil Heath shares his favorite injectable stack
In a recent Instagram post, Phil Heath shared his favorite injectable stack.
“Start out in the morning with BPC-157 and TB-500,” said Heath. “Before I train, IGF-1. I love that. Before I go to sleep, I take Tesamorelin Ipamorelin and I sleep like a baby. I wake up feeling a lot leaner.
“One cool thing about it is that I don’t have the carpal tunnel and the insulin sensitivity problems I once had doing human growth hormone. That’s a really good injectable stack that I do. Obviously, I’m doing 200 mg of testosterone cypionate.”
Phil Heath has been using cold showers every morning after waking up for over two years. He encouraged his followers to inculcate the habit while showing off an improved core a couple of weeks ago.
He opened up about his struggle with body dysmorphia last week. He revealed suffering from bigorexia for more than two decades and preached the importance of loving yourself to combat the issue.