On the morning of February 25th 2022, Bostin Loyd passed away from a stage 5 kidney failure.
Bodybuilding has lost another great champion, Bostin Loyd. He was just 29 years old and had a promising future ahead of him when he passed away after going to the gym this week-end according his wife’s account on Instagram . Paramedics unsuccessfully tried CPR at their local hospital until it became too late for them to save him.
Trigili’s report of Bostin tragic death has left the community in shock. He was found dead last week, and according to Nick Tragilis’ YouTube post on his channel “B**s,” Lloyd’s family is heartbroken over his sudden departure. He was a loving husband and father, who will be dearly missed by all thats left in his wake.
In October 2020, Per Bostin Lloyd was diagnosed with stage 5 kidney failure. He’s been fighting this disease ever since and has gone through various treatments to no avail.
Loyd’s world came crashing down on October 31st 2020 when he was diagnosed with stage 5 kidney failure. He knew that there was no way out and felt his life looming over him, but still tried to find solutions for this new problem in order not be completely defeated by it all.
From his Facebook post on 2/23/2022: “Since I was diagnosed with stge Five Renal Impairment in October of 2022 ,I’ve fought every day knowing that one day it could progress further.
Brief Overview Of Bostin Loyd’s Bodybuilding Career
Loyd’s career as a body builder was typified by his honesty, which he maintained even when it came to sharing with the world what steroids could do for you. At just 21 years old and having won an NPC competition in Hollywood CA, he released all secrets on how he used drugs successfully for mass gain since no one else had done so before then.
Loyd’s views on bodybuilding were often controversial, but he stressed the importance of understanding why certain things like protein powder or supplements would not be enough for achieving an god like physique.
In 2015, Bostin made headlines after winning first place in Men’s Super heavy weight division at Montanari Bros Powerhouse Classic competition- a victory that came as no surprise considering he had been training hard all throughout 2014.
The death of Bostin Loyd has caused a stir in the bodybuilding world. His last competition was in 2016 at Kevin Gore Border Klash, where he won first place for Men’s super-heavy weight division again.
Also the death of Iranian Issac Ghavidel has been announced. He passed away after a courageous battle with cancer. He was an inspiration to all who knew him and his story will never be forgotten.
The recent deaths of Bostin Loyd and Issac Ghavidel have brought the bodybuilding world to great panic. With all of this recent death in the bodybuilding world, there’s going to be some major changes made in their gear regimens.
We extend our deepest condolences to Loyd’s friends and family.
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