There’s no doubt that Jordynne Grace has achieved some great success in wrestling, bodybuilding and powerlifting over the recent years. And that kind of success always draws attention from people who immediately say it’s all down to steroids.
While PED use is widespread in the bodybuilding and fitness industry, I find that making such claims without any substantial research is unfair to the girl.
That’s why I’ve spent the last few days going through her background and social media accounts to see if there’s any truth to the claims that her physique isn’t natural.
Here’s what I found.
Is Jordynne Grace On Steroids?
There’s no definitive evidence to prove that Jordynne Grace takes steroids. She has never admitted to taking steroids but has also never revealed her natty status.
Having researched her physique in-depth, I’ve identified a couple of features which imply that she is indeed natural, however, some which suggest that she takes PEDs.
Let’s take a look at these in more detail.
Reasons Why Jordynne Grace Looks Natty
Lack of Facial Hair
One of the most common problems women experience with PEDs is that they start growing facial hair, like a man.
Looking through Jordynne Grace’s Instagram, it’s clear to see that she doesn’t have any facial hair.
That being said, you could argue that if she did, she’d simply shave it off.
Lack of HGH Gut
Many steroid users include human growth hormone (HGH) as part of their steroid cycle. One of the side effects of this is that organs can swell up, and that pushes out the so-called HGH gut.
Looking at many different photos of Jordynne Grace over the years, there’s no evidence that she suffers from HGH gut which suggests that she doesn’t take steroids.
Why People Think Jordynne Grace Takes Steroids
Oversized shoulders are another common sign of PED use. This is because the deltoids and traps in the upper back have a large number of androgen receptors.
As a result, you often see steroid users with shoulders which are out-of-proportion, and this is a feature which Jordynne seems to display.
Deep Voice Tone
Another common problem female steroid users encounter is a deep, masculine voice.
In fact, some female steroid users have to go through surgery to increase the pitch of their voice.
Having listened to many of Jordynne Grace’s interviews, I’ve noticed that in recent years, her voice has deepened in tone.
This may suggest that she takes some form of anabolic steroid.
Most bodybuilders – male and female – desire those popping veins. They’re a good indicator of how much muscle and little fat you have.
But certain types of steroids will produce those vascular veins even if you’re not working out.
Looking at Jordynne Grace’s Instagram profile, you can see that she has veins popping out multiple muscle groups, including her shoulders.
Low Body Fat Levels
One of the easiest ways to catch out a fake natty is to see how their body fat levels change when they bulk.
No matter how gifted your genetics are and how much you train, bulking up whilst maintaining a sub 12% body fat as a female is nearly impossible.
The fact that Jordynne appears to be around 10% body fat after a bulk suggests that she may use steroids.
Is It Possible To Bulk Up Like Jordynne Grace Naturally?
I believe that achieving Jordynne Grace’s physique naturally is pretty much impossible.
The fact that she maintains such a ripped, lean physique while having insane amounts of muscle mass suggests she takes some form of PED.
Her huge traps and shoulders are key giveaways too.
In my decade experience of training in multiple gyms, I’m yet to see a natural female bodybuilder who has shoulders like Jordynne does.
- Jordynne Grace has never admitted to taking steroids.
- Looking at all the available evidence, I believe that she takes some form of PED.
- Jordynne Grace hasn’t posted any drug test results, so there’s no definitive way to prove that she’s natural.
- Regardless of whether Jordynee takes steroids, she still trains ridiculously hard and eats a clean diet to achieve her amazing physique.
Thanks for reading!
I’ve been in the fitness and strength training industry for nearly a decade. In that time, I’ve gained 30 pounds of muscle, written hundreds of articles, and reviewed dozens of fitness supplements. As for my educational background, I’m a currently studying for my Active IQ Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training.