Archives for November2012

Should Bonds be in the Hall of Fame?

by Rick Robinson

Declaring the "world has become so negative," this week former Major League Baseball star Barry Bonds said he will be "very sad" if he does not make it into baseball's Hall of Fame when the new inductees are announced in January. It's interesting that he would claim that the world is "negative," considering how many people think he would have tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) during the final few years of his career.

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Will next PED fad be Viagra?

Have professional athletes found a use for Viagra outside of the bedroom?

Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall says he’s heard of some NFL players using the drug to improve athletic performance - on the field.

“I know guys, it is such a competitive league, guys try anything just to get that edge,” Marshall told reporters this week.… Continue Reading...

Change Cycling Now – Doing the right thing!

With all of the negative press the world of cycling has received lately, it's nice to see a group of passionate and vocal leaders step up for change.  Change Cycling Now (changecyclingnow.org) is such a group.  Started by Australian businessman Jaimie Fuller, founder of compression clothing line Skins (skins.net), this group is committed to creating an opportunity for all cyclists and fans of professional cycling to help generate a positive change for the future of the sport.… Continue Reading...

Steroids era in play on Hall ballot

NEW YORK — Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Sammy Sosa are listed on the baseball Hall of Fame ballot for the first time, setting up an election sure to become a referendum on the steroids era.

The 37-player ballot was announced Wednesday.

More than 600 longtime members of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America will vote through next month.Continue Reading...

Troubling Trend: Steroid Use on the Rise

A new study says more teens are turning to anabolic steroids to "bulk up." Here’s why they’re taking a major risk.

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In a quest to "bulk up" faster, more teenagers are turning to illegal steroids, and putting their health in danger, according to a new report published in the journal Pediatrics.

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Lance Armstrong Loses Tufts University Honorary Degree

The Tufts University board of trustees unanimously voted this month to strip famed cyclist Lance Armstrong of the honorary degree given to him at a graduation commencement in 2006.

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Ater the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency brought to light new evidence he used performance-enhancing drugs, Armstrong lost his seven Tour De France titles earlier this year.Continue Reading...

31 inch biceps – what steroids?

What steroids? Egyptian ‘Popeye’ defends his natural 31-inch biceps which he says are the result of hard work, protein and water

  •  ‘Big Mo’ eats 7lbs of protein every day and drinks three gallons of water
  •   Egyptian bodybuilder can lift 600lbs
  •   Determined to prove he does not use artificial means

Don’t tell Popeye.

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Coco Kissack

 

Like many women, I have struggled with body image and weight issues for a good part of my life. I was an athletic kid and teenager. I became pregnant at 20, and found myself weighing in at 200 lbs. by the end of my pregnancy. I dieted down to 98 lbs., which also wasn't healthy.… Continue Reading...

Carlos Ruiz suspended for amphetamine use

Carlos Ruiz has been suspended 25 games for amphetamine use, according to multiple reports.

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Ruiz had a career year last season, batting .325 while knocking in 68 runs to go along with 16 home runs.

The Phillies have yet to confirm the news and no statement from Ruiz has been released, but the news does come from Major League Baseball.Continue Reading...

Supplement company busted for steroid-spiked supplements

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