Rob Riches is one of the most popular supplement designers and fitness models out there. Not only because of his innovative formulas, but his look is amazing – the guy looks like someone you want to buy supplements from. However, Rob Riches has had his bad times in the bodybuilding industry. After winning the UKBFF Men’s Physique competition in England, he tested positive for a banned substance. The UKBFF Anti-Doping Committee (ADC) ended up suspending him for a short time. While it seems he only tested positive for some OTC stimulant which was banned, many guys still wonder if Rob Riches used steroids. There is no conclusive evidence that Rob Riches used steroids but my view is the guy is probably doing some juice runs, maybe some primobolan and SARMS. Let's attempt to lay out his potential cycle.
Notes to add: It seems he's likely used some topical fat-burner (he was caught with stimulants), as his abs are very defined. It looks like he was doing Yohimflame as a topic around his abs.
Rob Riches Steroids Cycle
Why are these steroids used?
Oxandrovar – this pro-steroid is used as a cycle booster, think of it as using anavar with light trenbolone dosages to kick-start your cycle.
Primobolan – he's using primobolan to stay hard and keep muscle mass while he diets down for that model look.
Cardarine (GW-501516) – GW is used as an aid to help melt off bodyfat and boost cardio/endurance.
N2Guard – used as a cycle aid, helps protect the liver, organs and kidneys.
DISCLAIMER: The cycle above is our opinion on what Rob Riches could have used, this is for information and entertainment purposes only. There is no proof Rob Riches used steroids.