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Anabolic Steroids Experiences

Anabolic steroids & bodybuilding experiences

IDEAS: Steroids are only fair

Sunday, February 29, 2004

Check this article out. It contains very interesting ideas!

Newsday.com: "IDEAS: Steroids are only fair
These drugs may be an artificial aid for athletes , but so are running shoes and Nautilus machines"
posted by Frank Mori, Sunday, February 29, 2004 | link

Bodybuilding & Muscle Control in India

Saturday, February 28, 2004

Bodybuilding & Muscle Control in India: "BODYBUILDING & MUSCLE CONTROL IN INDIA "

Throughout the various ages of India's history there has been a growth of interest in Physical Culture. As far back as the 1100s there were detailed descriptions of diet, training & lifestyle for the more famous proponents. Weightlifting was achieved using stone and sacks of sand. Press-ups and squats were common exercises. By the 1500s Bodybuilding had become a national passion.

posted by Frank Mori, Saturday, February 28, 2004 | link

I beg your pardon

Friday, February 27, 2004

I have just received this e-mail

"Hello Michael. We have a problem here. On your post today you copied and pasted a quote from my interview with Lance Johnson. Word for word, including capitalizing the word WILL, with no attribution to MUSCLEBLOG or to Lance Johnson.
This is very distressing.
Please delete your post, or give proper attribution to Lance and to me. I know that you are a new blogger, and I want to see your blog become a success, but it is not okay for you to read my site and post the work as your own.
As someone who holds a creative commons license, clearly displayed on my site, I am fine with sharing some of my ideas (by the way, I see that you took the bloguinverse logo from my site that I made myself in Photoshop from the full site logo.) However, proper attribution is a must.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation.

Brick Wallace"

Brick is the webmaster of an excellent weblog about bodybuilding. Take a look at:


Excuses Brick
posted by Frank Mori, Friday, February 27, 2004 | link

Mark Dugdale

Thursday, February 26, 2004

There was one amateur who really impressed me last year. Mark Dugdale took third at the NPC USA in the Light-Heavyweight Division. He plans to return to the USA in 2004. He has a classical body.

posted by Frank Mori, Thursday, February 26, 2004 | link

Penn State Live

Monday, February 23, 2004

Penn State Live: "Spanier to discuss college athletics on ABC's Nightline tonight"
posted by Frank Mori, Monday, February 23, 2004 | link

IronMan Pro 2004 Results

Sunday, February 22, 2004

1 Dexter Jackson USA
2 Lee Priest Australia
3 Gustavo Badell Puerto Rico
4 Ahmad Haidar Lebanon
5 Craig Titus USA
6 David Henry USA
7 Johnnie Jackson USA
8 Bob Cicherillo USA
9 Idrise Ward-El USA
10 Ronny Rockel Germany

posted by Frank Mori, Sunday, February 22, 2004 | link

IronMan Pro 2004

Friday, February 20, 2004

To be held on Saturday, February 21st. Competitors that have signed up:

Tevita Aholelei, Jason Arntz, Gustavo Badell, Paul Baker, Thomas Banagli, Bob Cichirillo, Toney Freeman, Admad Haider, David Henry, Milton Holloway, Johnnie Jackson, Ken Jones, Rod Ketchens, Christian Mihailescu, Dragan Pavnovic, Lee Priest, Tom Prince, Michael Sheridan, Quincy Taylor, Clifton Torres, George Tumon, and Idrise Ward-El.

posted by Frank Mori, Friday, February 20, 2004 | link

Three Accused of Internet Steroid Shop

Steroids, Anabolics, Drug Profiles and Nutrition: "Three Accused of Internet Steroid Shop: 2004-02-11

Lab found in raid of Metairie home

Three people were arrested on charges of selling illegal steroids over the Internet at a Metairie home during a raid on what authorities described Wednesday as the largest drug laboratory ever found in Jefferson Parish. "
posted by Frank Mori, Friday, February 20, 2004 | link

Gene doping is 'new frontier' for sports cheats

Tuesday, February 17, 2004

Times Online - Home: "Gene doping is 'new frontier' for sports cheats
From Mark Henderson, Science Correspondent, in Seattle

A 'gene doping' technique that makes the muscles of mice grow up to 30 per cent stronger will be the next frontier of cheating in professional sport, scientists gave warning today."
posted by Frank Mori, Tuesday, February 17, 2004 | link

Human Growth Hormone - HGH Understanding Your Hormone System

Tuesday, February 10, 2004

Our hormone system is best understood if you think of it as a cascade (Figure 1), with the brain at the top followed by the pituitary gland, then target organs (i.e., ovaries, thyroid, testicles), and finally physical and mental functions (i.e., skin thickness, menstrual periods, sex characteristics, aggression, hair distribution, etc.).

Human Growth Hormone - HGH Understanding Your Hormone System

posted by Frank Mori, Tuesday, February 10, 2004 | link

Observer | The shape to come

Sunday, February 08, 2004

The shape to come
Drug use isn't just altering the bodies of athletes - it's changing the very nature of sport. The line between cheating and gaining a competitive edge is ever more blurred and chemists are now as important as trainers. In this special investigation, Michael Sokolove examines the extent to which the culture of doping has contaminated the piursuit of excellence

Observer | The shape to come
posted by Frank Mori, Sunday, February 08, 2004 | link

Rodney St. Cloud arrested

Wednesday, February 04, 2004

Rodney St. Cloud has been put on desk duty after being busted for steroid possession, authorities said yesterday.

New York Post Online Edition: news: "has been put on desk duty after being busted for steroid possession, authorities said yesterday. "
posted by Frank Mori, Wednesday, February 04, 2004 | link