Bodybuilder Bostin Loyd, who was known for his use of steroids, has died at the age of 29 – Tributes have been paid to the bodybuilder Bostin Loyd, who died at the age of 29 and left behind his wife and a child.
On Friday, February 25th, Loyd, an American bodybuilder from Florida, collapsed at his Springhill home. After returning from a gym session, he reportedly collapsed in his kitchen.
A medical team attempted CPR on the 29-year-old man without success; he was pronounced dead at the hospital. Although the cause of death has not been officially determined, it is widely believed that the bodybuilder died of a heart attack.
Specifically, Loyd was a frequent user of steroids and was open about his cycles. When he became famous for his incredible transformation, steroids had an adverse effect on his kidney, leading to stage 5 kidney failure.
Before he died, Loyd was reportedly having dialysis. Adipotide peptide, a steroid popular among bodybuilders, was the focus of his fat-burning regimen. After winning the 2013 NPC Contra Costa at the age of 21, he became the first professional bodybuilder to openly reveal his steroid cycle. By his side are Ariella Palumbo (his wife) and a child.
A few years ago, Bostin Loyd’s incredible body transformation went viral.
As a result of his one-year steroid transformation, Bostin went from a normal guy to a huge bodybuilder.
Many bodybuilders looked up to Bostin as an inspiration, but he was also a controversial figure due to his extensive use of anabolic steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs.
He won the NPC California State Bodybuilding Show and NPC Contra Costa as a bodybuilder.
Back in the day, Bostin was well-known in the bodybuilding community for his appearances on RX Muscle and his collaborations with Rich Piana.
After hearing the tragic news of Bostin Loyd’s death, former bodybuilder and current host of Rx Muscle broke the news on his show.
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