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Tiger Woods and Steroids

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[quote]John Hagan writes:

The next, and final Woods scandal: steroids. That's the body of an NFL linebacker. It's physiologically impossible to add that much muscle mass after age twenty-five, let alone in your early 30s.[/quote]

I must have missed this when the “scandal broke.” People are woefully uniformed. Scroll through the page, someone posted an LA Times article about it, too.

What NFL linebackers are that skinny? Who laid down a new 25 year old age limit for substantial muscle growth?

I used to think I knew what the level of average intelligence was…until I ran across the internet. It bothers me that people like that get to vote. It really does. If your perception of the world is that off about something is random as how much muscle a person can gain and how much is needed to be an NFL linebacker, how could you possibly have a handle on more significant issues?

People who write things like that (and the other comments relating his physical condition to that of a machine as if he isn’t “real”) are the type like we see on this site often…the ones claiming they live in the real world and only stay at home pro bodybuilders can lift 5 or 6 days a week.


Linebacker??

Linebacker.

“His neck was oddly wide. His shoulders were absurdly broad. His biceps were busting out of a tight shirt.”

(Cue “Hulk” theme) Duh-duh-DUH, duh…

YAAAAAAAAAAAA!! TIGER SMAAAAAAAASHH!!

Have you guys ever tried to lift a bag of golf clubs? Those things are heavy as hell AND cumbersome. The caddies are definitely sauced up. And ALL golfers have caddied at some point in their lives. 2+2 = steroids

I assume she is also saying ALL NFL Linebackers are on steroids?

It makes me sad…really, genuinely sad…that the average citizen can look at an athletic physique like Tiger has and convince themselves that it MUST be the result of steroids.

There is NO reason that the genetically-average American male could not gain the same level of musculature as Tiger has through 1.) actually going to the gym and 2.) replacing the cake frosting in their diets with lean protein.

[quote]BONEZ217 wrote:
Have you guys ever tried to lift a bag of golf clubs? Those things are heavy as hell AND cumbersome. The caddies are definitely sauced up. And ALL golfers have caddied at some point in their lives. 2+2 = steroids [/quote]

lol

[quote]PimpBot5000 wrote:
It makes me sad…really, genuinely sad…that the average citizen can look at an athletic physique like Tiger has and convince themselves that it MUST be the result of steroids.

There is NO reason that the genetically-average American male could not gain the same level of musculature as Tiger has through 1.) actually going to the gym and 2.) replacing the cake frosting in their diets with lean protein.[/quote]

Which means just imagine how out of shape those people are and everyone they know. I guess that explains what people are thinking when they stare.

I am trying to figure out just when the general public started believing that they were THAT limited in how much they could change how they look.

No wonder most people are obese. The average person is apparently literally borderline mentally handicapped and a huge fat amorphous blob who thinks they have no control over their physical image other than clothes.

Clearly a result of countless cycles of Testosterone Enanthate, Tren Acetate, with some Anavar and Primobolan thrown in (the guy is rich, he can afford these exotic ones!). He is known for his razor-sharp focus and drive, but I can explain that…Halotestin!

(For a guy who was a Gillette spokesman, you’d figure he’d shave those nipples of his…damn)

President Obama is about the same size so I guess there are steroids in the White House too.

Funny, Bush stayed in decent shape. Why no cries of ROIDZ?

I see kids in high school way bigger than that…so can we PLEASE cry “epidemic” again so we can use more school funding to “save the children”?!

His name is Cheetah.

But the problem stems from the “Miracle Man” ( the female swimmer he treated is breaking world records at age 41 - I want t piece of what he is treating her with. I always knew my peak years are yet ahead of me ).

And this HGH doctor, looks reaaaaly good ( in spite of the off putting 18 year old hair style) for a 50 year old.
Meow, I say. Meow.

[quote]Alpha F wrote:
His name is Cheetah.

But the problem stems from the “Miracle Man” ( the female swimmer he treated is breaking world records at age 41 - I want t piece of what he is treating her with. I always knew my peak years are yet ahead of me ).

And this HGH doctor, looks reaaaaly good ( in spite of the off putting 18 year old hair style) for a 50 year old.
Meow, I say. Meow.

Well, we live in a society that has its head so far up its ass that it actually stops research that could literally reverse aspects of the aging process and prevents doctors from practicing with these drugs.

I get the feeling that 200 years from now, they will look back and call all of us morons.

All we will have to say in defense is…“but baseball!”

Cheating causes Steroid abuse.

BECAUSE KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Linebacker?

How about kicker? Adam Vinatieri is bigger than Woods.

[quote]Professor X wrote:

Well, we live in a society that has its head so far up its ass that it actually stops research that could literally reverse aspects of the aging process and prevents doctors from practicing with these drugs.

I get the feeling that 200 years from now, they will look back and call all of us morons.[/quote]
I agree. That is why I disobey :wink:
To think that I nearly got my hands on some MAG-10 last week, hahaha …[quote]

All we will have to say in defense is…“but baseball!”[/quote]
What do you mean? Oh, you mean that is where it all started with the pro hormone ban…

[quote]Professor X wrote:

[quote]Alpha F wrote:
His name is Cheetah.

But the problem stems from the “Miracle Man” ( the female swimmer he treated is breaking world records at age 41 - I want t piece of what he is treating her with. I always knew my peak years are yet ahead of me ).

And this HGH doctor, looks reaaaaly good ( in spite of the off putting 18 year old hair style) for a 50 year old.
Meow, I say. Meow.

Well, we live in a society that has its head so far up its ass that it actually stops research that could literally reverse aspects of the aging process and prevents doctors from practicing with these drugs.

I get the feeling that 200 years from now, they will look back and call all of us morons.

All we will have to say in defense is…“but baseball!”[/quote]

Brilliantly put.

[quote]davidcox1 wrote:

[quote]Professor X wrote:

[quote]Alpha F wrote:
His name is Cheetah.

But the problem stems from the “Miracle Man” ( the female swimmer he treated is breaking world records at age 41 - I want t piece of what he is treating her with. I always knew my peak years are yet ahead of me ).

And this HGH doctor, looks reaaaaly good ( in spite of the off putting 18 year old hair style) for a 50 year old.
Meow, I say. Meow.

Well, we live in a society that has its head so far up its ass that it actually stops research that could literally reverse aspects of the aging process and prevents doctors from practicing with these drugs.

I get the feeling that 200 years from now, they will look back and call all of us morons.

All we will have to say in defense is…“but baseball!”[/quote]

Brilliantly put.[/quote]

X 1000000

I have toyed with the idea of opening a men’s health clinic, but am too afraid of the DEA busting down my door for treating hypogonadism! WTF has this country come to?

EDIT: Meow indeed Alpha!! Poor guy.