Not sure if this has been posted. basically it tells of one mans experience on performance enhancers.
Last edited by sprinterjumper; 11-09-2003 at 04:02 PM.
A biased shiatty article.
"As far as drugs were concerned, all my bodybuilding heroes were on everything but roller skates."
In Memphis, it is illegal for a woman to drive by herself, unless a man is walking or running infront of the vehicle, waving a red flag in order to warn approaching pedestrians and motorists.
depends on how you percieve it i guess. keep in mind this is to show the advantages olympic track athletes and other pro sports players get when on these drugs. Its in light of the THG accusations and finding. these drugs are illegal in these sports unlike in bodybuilding. These drugs help athletes get an edge, thus cheating. In BB this is the norm to get athletes on par. EPO is a way to cheat and should be fixed. this guy helps point out the advantages.
I read it. It was interesting, but far from a great article. There wasn't much detail, but the doctor didn't seem to have any ideas on post-cycle recovery plans and seemed to focus on "full time" usage. Seems to me he just found a way to make a lot of cash off of lazy people.
It is also the norm in all other sports where the stakes are high and it gives an edge. dont be naive.
yeah unfortunately you are right. but that dont mean it is not cheating.
Good Article but from an endurance athlete's point of view (it's no wonder mass building steroids scared him). Seemed a little uninformed but still a good read.
epo ain't gonna do squat muscle building.