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Anabolic Steroids Experiences

Anabolic steroids & bodybuilding experiences

Sunday, October 31, 2004

Mr. Olympia 2004 Results

  1. Ronnie Coleman- 24 pts
  2. Jay Cutler- 21 pts.
  3. Gustavo Badell- 13 pts.
  4. Dexter Jackson- 12 pts.
  5. Markus Ruhl- 5 pts.
  6. Gunter Schlierkamp- 1 pt.
  7. Chris Cormier
  8. Dennis James
  9. Victor Martinez
  10. Darrem Charles
  11. Pavol Jablonicky
  12. Kris Dim
  13. Ahmad Haidar
  14. Johnnie Jackson
  15. Troy Alves
  16. Craig Richardson
  17. Mustafa Mohammed
  18. Richard Jones
  19. Claude Groulx
posted by Frank Mori, Sunday, October 31, 2004 | link

Ms. Olympia 2004 photos

Saturday, October 30, 2004

DAVANA MEDINA
ADELA GARCIA-FRIEDMANSKY

DAYANA CADEAU

IRIS KYLE

posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, October 30, 2004 | link

Ms. Olympia 2004 results

  • Overall winner - Iris Kyle
  • Heavyweight winner - Iris Kyle
  • Lightweight winner - Dayana Cadeau
  • Fitness winner - Adela Garcia-Friedmansky
  • Figure winner - Davana Medina

FIGURE

  1. Davana Medina
  2. Jenny Lynn
  3. Monica Brant
  4. Jamie Franklin
  5. Amber Littlejohn
  6. Christine Pomponio-Pate
  7. Mari Kudla-Donnelly
  8. Elaine Goodlad
  9. Zena Collins
  10. Aleksandra Kobielak
  11. Melissa Frabbiele
  12. Shannon Meteraud
  13. Dina Al-Sabah
  14. Jaana Kotkansalo
  15. Lisabeth Halikka

FITNESS

  1. Adela Garcia-Friedmansky
  2. Jenny Hendershott
  3. Kelly Ryan
  4. Kim Klein
  5. Tracey Greenwood-Krakowiak
  6. Julie Palmer
  7. Stacy Hylton
  8. Tanji Johnson
  9. Mindy Obrien
  10. Anna Level
  11. Klaudia Kinska
  12. Stacy Simons
  13. Jennifer Hanke
  14. Teri Mooney

WOMEN'S BODYBUILDING

Lightweight Class

  1. Dayana Cadeau
  2. Denise Masino
  3. Marja Lehtonen
  4. Nancy Lewis
  5. Desiree Ellis
  6. Mahann Mendoza
  7. Joanna Thomas
  8. Valentina Chepiga
  9. Vilma Caez

Heavyweight Class

  1. Iris Kyle
  2. Lenda Murray
  3. Yaxeni Oriquen
  4. Betty Pariso-Carmichael
  5. Betty Viana
  6. Lisa Aukland
  7. Bonny Priest

Overall winner - Iris Kyle

posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, October 30, 2004 | link

Thursday, October 28, 2004

2004 Mr. Olympia Lineup

  1. Ronnie Coleman
  2. Jay Cutler
  3. Dexter Jackson
  4. Dennis James
  5. Gunter Schlierkamp
  6. Kevin Levrone
  7. Troy Alves
  8. Ernie Taylor
  9. Mustafa Mohammad
  10. Lee Priest
  11. Gustavo Badell
  12. Chris Cormier
  13. Markus Ruhl
  14. Kris Dim
  15. Darrem Charles
  16. Ahmad Haidar
  17. Craig Richardson
  18. Melvin Anthony
  19. Richard Jones
  20. Pavol Jablonicky
  21. Jaroslav Horvath
  22. Johnnie Jackson
  23. Victor Martinez
  24. Claude Groulx


These are the classified bodybuilders. Some of them won´t fight in Las Vegas. In fact We have received news about Chris Cormier and Jaroslav Horvath have already decided not to go.


My prediction for the top six.

  1. Ronnie Coleman
  2. Jay Cutler
  3. Dexter Jackson
  4. Dennis James
  5. Melvin Anthony
  6. Victor Martinez

Make your bet!

posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, October 28, 2004 | link

Troy Alves preparing the Mr. Olympia 2004

Monday, October 25, 2004

Here you have a photograph of Troy Alves 6 days before Mr. Olympia 2004. He is ready to fight. Good luck!



Check out the revamped troy alves website at:

www.troyalves.com
posted by Frank Mori, Monday, October 25, 2004 | link

Testosterone dose-response relationships in healthy young men

Sunday, October 17, 2004

Testosterone increases muscle mass and strength and regulates other physiological processes, but we do not know whether testosterone effects are dose dependent and whether dose requirements for maintaining various androgen-dependent processes are similar. To determine the effects of graded doses of testosterone on body composition, muscle size, strength, power, sexual and cognitive functions, prostate-specific antigen (PSA), plasma lipids, hemoglobin, and insulin-like growth factor I (IGF-I) levels, 61 eugonadal men, 18-35 yr, were randomized to one of five groups to receive monthly injections of a long-acting gonadotropin-releasing hormone (GnRH) agonist, to suppress endogenous testosterone secretion, and weekly injections of 25, 50, 125, 300, or 600 mg of testosterone enanthate for 20 wk. Energy and protein intakes were standardized. The administration of the GnRH agonist plus graded doses of testosterone resulted in mean nadir testosterone concentrations of 253, 306, 542, 1,345, and 2,370 ng/dl at the 25-, 50-, 125-, 300-, and 600-mg doses, respectively. Fat-free mass increased dose dependently in men receiving 125, 300, or 600 mg of testosterone weekly (change +3.4, 5.2, and 7.9 kg, respectively). The changes in fat-free mass were highly dependent on testosterone dose (P = 0.0001) and correlated with log testosterone concentrations (r = 0.73, P = 0.0001). Changes in leg press strength, leg power, thigh and quadriceps muscle volumes, hemoglobin, and IGF-I were positively correlated with testosterone concentrations, whereas changes in fat mass and plasma high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol were negatively correlated. Sexual function, visual-spatial cognition and mood, and PSA levels did not change significantly at any dose. We conclude that changes in circulating testosterone concentrations, induced by GnRH agonist and testosterone administration, are associated with testosterone dose- and concentration-dependent changes in fat-free mass, muscle size, strength and power, fat mass, hemoglobin, HDL cholesterol, and IGF-I levels, in conformity with a single linear dose-response relationship. However, different androgen-dependent processes have different testosterone dose-response relationships.


Testosterone dose-response relationships in healthy young men
posted by Frank Mori, Sunday, October 17, 2004 | link