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How does cocain affect the trainings?

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  1. luckaks Green Belt

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    Does it gives an unfair leverage in any respect?

    Is it possible that jones has done it to fight, like maradona use to to play soccer?

    We also know the numbing effect - both physical and mental (to prevent vulnerability feelings) - of cocain and how it could be a very effective weapon to enter in ther ing feeling invincible
     
  2. BROWNPRIDE Yellow Card

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    I think he cheats by using it.
     
  3. true_fan Silver Belt

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    Low to moderate doses
    Some of the effects that may be experienced after taking cocaine include:
    immediate rush, feelings of euphoria
    feelings of invincibility
    a sense of wellbeing
    increased talkativeness or quiet contemplation and rapture
    increased confidence and a feeling of invincibility
    feelings of great physical strength and mental capacity
    increased libido
    anxiety, agitation and panic
    paranoia
    upredictable violent/aggressive behaviour
    feeling more awake, reduced need for sleep
    increased performance on simple tasks
    enlarged (dilated) pupils
    dry mouth
    increased breathing rate
    increased blood pressure and heart rate (after initial slowing)
    reduced appetite
    increased body temperature
    increased strength and energy
    indifference to pain and localised pain relief.
     
  4. BigGucciSosa Red Belt

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    it makes him WAY cooler
     
  5. Krav McGraw Banned Banned

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    It makes all of your dreams come true.
     
  6. BoxingFan653 Did you just grab my ass?

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    Is normal
     
  7. My name is Shawn

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    Feel like you're a beast an geeting this great workout in an everyone watching him is thinking is he on crack
     
  8. estranged Red Belt

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    u don't get tired
     
  9. JayElectra Paper Belt Banned

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    Everything I've read suggests it's clearly detrimental for your endurance, at the very least. Anecdotal evidence from my own experiences would suggest to me that it's hardly ideal to be doing a lot when you're preparing for a fight.

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2917943
     
  10. Martinezzz Banned Banned

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    U can train all day if u use it all day
     
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    It's damaging. It'll make training harder long term. If you're regularly on coke you aren't doing much solid training.
     
  12. Robespierre Purple Belt

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    Now i understand one shitty previous thread about leverage. The guy did not have any idea how leverage works (physics) but maybe this is what he meant.
     
  13. Ghost in the Shell DEUS EX MACHINA Platinum Member

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    Take some and come back and post about it
     
  14. OldWrestler Orange Belt

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    It rapidly depletes your bank account
     
  15. schwe30 Black Belt

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    Gives him the reach and height unfair for his weight class.
     
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    Makes him the BEST gram for gram fighter in the history of MMA
     
  17. Martial Fartist Orange Belt

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    It makes you energetic but the main "advantage" is it helps you lose weight. You don't have the same appetite if your doing coke.

    I wouldn't be surprised if he's been doing it for several years. It makes your judgement go to sh!t and that might explain a lot of his social media gaffes and bad decisions. Also makes you irritable and cranky when it wears off
     
  18. hitman911 MindJaxd

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    Easily!!! It's an amazing appetite suppressant which would make a weight cut easier. Couple bumps around 730 at night will easily keep u from eating then once u come down about midnight a couple Tylenol pm and bam u go to sleep!!!
     
  19. hitman911 MindJaxd

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    Haha must of been posting at the same time
     
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    From a Baseball article I was reading "Taking amphetamines or cocaine before a game would enhance performance just as much, if not more, than taking steroids. In fact, taking steroids is the long-form way of breaking the rules while cocaine and amphetamines should be looked at as the "get hits quick" method of cheating the game."
     

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