Connor wilson lee
Conor Willson Lee is a former Pro bodybuilder now working as a Personal trainer and Fitness influencer. He has worked with many IFBB pro bodybuilders and has 10+ years of experience in the bodybuilding industry. He has a Ph.D. in Sports Education from the University of Regina in 2012 and is a certified Personal Trainer.
Connor loves to work with beginner bodybuilders struggling to get the Pro bodybuilder shape and help them get their IFBB pro card. Unlike many Pro Trainers, He is not shy to preach the safe usage of Anabolic Steroids and SARMs. He used it in his pro career and believes anabolic steroids can be used safely and effectively with proper cycling.
His no #1 recommendation for new bodybuilders is the Test 400 Cycle with Clomid. And for advanced bodybuilders, Testosterone Cypionate, Testosterone Propionate, Deca (Nandrolone Decanoate), Dianabol (Dbol) and HGH with Clomid PCT.
Conor Willson Lee is a frequent speaker at Pro Bodybuilding conferences and has been published in many Fitness Blogs. In his free time, Connor enjoys reading Comics and Horse Riding.
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