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Roman Fritz Steroid Cycle


Roman Fritz is an inspirational German Professional bodybuilder who has gone through both health and mental battles. Being told by people that he would have a limp for the rest of his life, that he wasn't a good enough bodybuilder to ever qualify for Mr. Olympia, and that he had some sort of muscle-wasting disease pushed him harder and harder.

His listed height is 5'9'' and his competition weight is 230 pounds and 255 pounds in the offseason.

Early life

Roman was born in Munich, Germany on April of 1988.  Being a very skinny kid growing up, he was only 120 pounds at 15 years old, he started to weight train as a teenager.  Due to his low weight, his mother thought he had some weird disease and took him to doctors for help, including psychologists.

As a teenager, Roman fell into the wrong crowd and his grades suffered. This led his mother to send him to boarding school in 2001 where he became extremely depressed and lonely.  His only friend became the tiny and rundown weight room at the school.

After training for 6 months with no clue what he was doing he gained 22 pounds, mostly all in his upper body since he didn't train his legs much.  He also had no clue about nutrition, only eating 2 bowls of cereal a day.  He sought guidance from a relative on how to eat and train better, and started to read books by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lee Haney.  A few years later he had reached 200 pounds and was competing in local shows.

In 2013 and 2014, he competed in his first official Amateur competitions where he did well. First, the 2013 Arnold Classic USA Amateur where he finished in 3rd place, then the IFBB Amateur Olympia Europe Prague where he won 1st place.

Competition history

His first professional competition yielded him a modest 12th place at the EVLS Prague Showdown Pro.  The next year he did better getting 4th at the Tampa Pro. Here he is 4 weeks out from that competition. https://www.instagram.com/p/BHr1y3_jZd6/

Another big competition he did well in was the Bigman Weekend Pro in 2018 where he got 3rd place.

For several years, Roman had to deal with a lack of motivation, carpal tunnel surgery for nerve damage, and major hip surgery in 2020. All these setbacks led him to go into a deep depression.  He said he could not walk without limping for a year, or train the way he wanted to, and many people told him that his life was over.

In 2022, he came back and competed in 5 competitions, never finishing higher than 5th place in any of them.

After finishing out of the top 10 at the 2022 Texas Pro, Fritz facetiously said that maybe he just isn't a good bodybuilder.  Nobody except him believed that he would make it to the Mr. Olympia stage anytime soon, but he would prove people wrong by working as hard as ever over the next year.

In 2023 things improved for him, he finished 5th at the Empro Classic and 2nd at the Mr. Big Evolution Pro in Portugal.

Recently, he took 1st place at the 2023 Big Man weekend in Spain, beating out Emir Omeragic.  This was a huge win to be able to take home the trophy in the Men's Open Bodybuilding division. Now he is qualified to compete at the Mr. Olympia in 2023!  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3o4jPEWXuM&ab_channel=GoatFitness

Keep in mind the qualifications were changed post-Covid to make it harder to punch a ticket to the Olympia.  If a bodybuilder fails to finish in the top three the previous year, or the top 5 in Men's Open, they have to win a show to qualify so the points qualifications are now gone.  The last way to get in would be a former winner of Mr. Olympia.


Roman combines old-school training with modern improvements. One of his idols is Dorian Yates style of training which involves keeping diaries of his workouts and following the high-intensity style training of 5-day split routines.

day 1: Chest/biceps

day 2: Legs

day 3: Rest

day 4: Delts/triceps

day 5: back

day 6: rest

Each exercise would be extremely intense and be given 100%.  He believes that instead of confusing the muscle, rather you should work the muscle with the proper technique by understanding the muscles you are training in the first place.

He doesn't believe in poor technique at all and feels like it is a waste of time. One of the guys he credits with helping him with this concept is Ben Pakulski.

Here is a cool training montage he put together that shows how intense his workouts are.  Very painful! https://www.instagram.com/p/CvaAfs9oO0E/?hl=en

Part of his training is also a lot of massage and stretching work where he has a trainer help him. Here is the video of him getting bent in a lot of directions that has over 1M views and is interesting. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tN42buyLZkI&ab_channel=RepOne


Social Media

Roman has a growing social media page and his Instagram has 115K followers https://www.instagram.com/romanfritz/?hl=en

He posts many pictures of himself and also reps for supplements, merchandise, apparel, and training equipment.

His Youtube channel is up to 35K followers and you can watch him here> https://www.youtube.com/@romanfritz3260


Steroid Use

Roman has said he is against having to do bloodwork to qualify for a bodybuilding contest because, "Let's be honest, all of us sitting here (referring to the other 3 bodybuilders on the podcast) would fail just based on our liver enzymes alone"

He would like the IFBB to set up some sort of educational program that shows you what kind of bloodwork to look for to keep people healthy.  Another idea he has is to be able to work with a clinic that has a discount code so bodybuilders can't make the excuse that it costs too much money.

You can watch the discussion here at the [1:12:00] mark>  https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=Pe4EgftUaLM&ab_channel=FouadAbiadMedia

He has discussed using all kinds of PEDs over the years on podcasts and has worked with Milos Sarcev on protocols. You can watch a video where he gets into it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwENvTwmRp0&t=193s&ab_channel=MaxMadsen

500mgs Test prop per week

1200mgs a week Trenbolone Ace per week

1000mgs Masteron Enanthate per week total

1000mgs Deca Durabolin per week

25mgs Halo/day

125mgs Anavar/day

12IU's HGH/day

7IU's per day Insulin



Clenbuterol 100mcg per day



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DISCLAIMER: The following article is for entertainment purposes, Roman Fritz has not publicly admitted to using steroids and HGH as far as we are aware. His cycle is not a fact and it's our views on what he used and what steroids he took. This is for information purposes only.

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