Discussion in 'UFC Discussion' started by Fedor's NO.1 Fan, Sep 14, 2017.
Did you try to sound smart?
A supplement supplements your diet. By definition. If you're not getting enough Vitamin D in winter, you take a supplement. If you're pregnant you take folic acid and iron to supplement your diet during a period of enhanced need.
A drug affects your health directly.
PED = performance enhancing drug.
A mixture of basement dwelling smartass semen (who couldn't find the FDA website because their browser is overloaded with tranny porn) and Pomeranian piss that boosts muscle growth and is marketed as doing that will be a FDA regulated drug and will be banned by WADA.
Fucking 'natural' does not fucking matter.
Fucking fluoride toothpaste and sunscreen are drugs BECAUSE they work.
interesting about tainted substances
I wonder how many fighters use somas. I know it was huge in pro-wrestling back in the day
Where are the list of GNC supplements that are banned by USADA for being tainted? I need to buy me some of that stuff.
Good info. There's a pretty good lista oficial medication they canal actually use. Didn't Anderson test positive for ilegal anxiety medication (along with the other stuff...)? That seems extremely dumb.
I doubt most people would care about just the anxiety medication, but it does not hurt to check the list.
No it's not. Whey protein and caffeine etc. also have proven effects in medical studies. Yet they are legal. I don't know about creatine but I assume that's legal too. It definitely helps with muscle and recovery.
Also, it's not only about PEDs, sometimes medicine can also contain banned substances, so in that regard it's good for fighters to double check with USADA before taking it.
UFC needs its own line of supps that are on the cleared list for fighters to take. Most supps at gnc are bs anyway.
A pro athlete shouldn't just be buying random shit with a pretty label at gnc in the first place
They should be taking Ico Pro supps
I wish they'd put Jesus on that list, because I'm sick of hearing about it.
Anybody know when the USADA contract with the UFC expires?
I was going to ask you the same thing.
High school drop out, marginally successful experience on junior varsity soccer team. Are you sure you're the guy to be telling how PEDs work?
Besides, many of us work out and use supplements. We know they work. We have years, decades of experience.
We don't need the guy who shovels popcorn part-time at the local movie theater trying to sell us some bullshit conspiracy story about how all supplements are fake or on the banned list.
Doesn't mention it in the manual.
None of this matters until they start running
Carbon Isotope Ratio test !!
What's the second paragraph about?
Supplements don't work. If they did, they would be regulated drugs and/or banned. A drug has a clear physiological effect and can be marketed and sold with having that effect. You cannot sell shit as a supplement if it has that clear effect. End of story.
See Paragraph 36
What's so funny about this whole outrage against PED's is that you're starting to see a backlash from fans that are sick of seeing the best fighters leaving the sport or not competing, and increase fight cancellations due to injuries.
Most people don't know this, but in the NFL they don't even have to release any of the players that are on TRT, but guess what they're all on it and no one really cares. Its a big dirty secret that no one talks about, why is that?
People may not like hearing this, but the sport is much better off without an organization like USADA exposing all the things that happen behind the curtain. Clearly what people don't know won't hurt them as it is with the NFL. Imagine if all the best players in the NFL starting dropping like flies? Lets see how sustainable that will be for the sport.
You don't know what you're talking about. And you're shift at the movie theater is about to start.
End of story.
Thanks TS. It's was interesting to learn that I would definitely fail a test! Should I blame the deer meat or the whey protein? I don't want to say my dick doesn't work
I put them all in my ultime morning cocktail.
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