Discussion in 'The Lightweights' started by SuiteSiance, Aug 15, 2016.
In before you get the yellow.
Phil Mickelson has gyno.
I sense a lengthy and storied lifespan for this account.
None more juiced than the women's curling teams in the winter olympics imo
Air pistol shooters?
He doesn't care it's his gimmick account. I just don't know why he wants to waste a SN that is a pretty decent play on words.
Juiced to the gills, but it's mostly for recovery time due to extensive training
This except I don't think it's all that shady, it's a lifestyle choice.
Even Luke Cummo?
Say it ain't so....
Steroids don't help with this sport, which requires focus and steady hands.
I did a Google search, and it appears that sedatives and drugs that promote calming effect and lower heart rate improve shooting accuracy:
I have seen people mentioned the use of the ADHD medication, Adderall, to improve mental focus, and I wouldn't be surprised at all if it is used by athletes in sports that requires extra mental focus (e.g. archery, air pistol shooting, gymnastic, diving).
Dolce says no way bro
I have competed in amateur sports. My father was a professional boxer. I have several training partners and childhood friends who are professional athletes. I know some I went to high school with that ended up in the NFL who certainly used, steroids were rampant in our football program. I knew some pro fighters in MMA who used steroids and abused painkillers but no where near EVERY pro athlete is on steroids. Not even close, you are wrong TS. That "everyone is on it" BS comes from roid cheats trying to justify their actions, and steroid apologists who's favorite fighter popped and they are trying to play damage control.
You forgot people with shit genetics and lazy people who want to feel better about being tubby. Though I will say, a LOT of guys do cheat when prize money becomes a factor.
Dude most of the people who did roids were like the fat second/third string football players who thought they were the shit for being on the team.
Roids were not really prevalent in our school's wrestling program at all. In MMA gyms the offenders were pretty obvious, especially at the gym I was at. Among the UFC fighters I trained with I only suspected one and he popped positive.
Such a waste.
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