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Thursday 31, Jan 2013

  Professional Golfer Admits Using Deer Antler Spray

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Professional Golfer Admits Using Deer Antler Spray

A noted Fijian golfer of Indian origin has admitted he used deer-antler spray that contains the substance IGF-1, which is a banned performance-enhancer connected to human growth hormone and described by Sports Illustrated as a “natural, anabolic hormone that stimulates muscle growth.”

Vijay Singh, the Fijian professional golfer, who was Number 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings for 32 weeks in 2004 and 2005 and was the leading PGA Tour money winner in 2003, 2004, and 2008 said he didn’t know the spray has a banned substance. He added that he reviewed the list of ingredients after receiving the product and didn’t not see any prohibited substances. Singh also added that he is absolutely shocked to learn that the deer-antler spray may contain a banned substance and is angry with himself that he has put himself in this position.

The Sports Illustrated report said Singh paid $9,000 last November to Sports With Alternatives to Steroids for the spray, chips, beam ray, and a powder additive. It was also revealed that Singh was using the deer-antler spray every couple of hours, to sleep with the beam ray on and to have put chips on his ankles, waist, and shoulders.

The golfer also said he is contact with the PGA Tour and and co-operating fully with their review of this matter and will not be commenting any further at this time. According to the anti-doping guidelines of the PGA Tour, it does not matter whether a prohibited substance is taken unintentionally or unknowingly and it is very important for players to understand what is prohibited and how a prohibited substance may get into your body, potentially causing an accidental violation. The Tour issued a warning to its players two years ago about deer-antler spray after Champions Tour player Mark Calcavecchia began endorsing the product.

A report in Sports Illustrated had revealed that a sports supplement company, Sports With Alternatives to Steroids, claims to have provided products for athletes including Vijay Singh.

Singh, who turns 50 next month, became a rookie on the PGA Tour at age 30 and for a time went toe-to-toe with Tiger Woods. Singh was elected to the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2005 (but deferred his induction until 2006) and is best known for his meticulous preparation, often staying at the range hours before and after his tournament rounds to work on his game. Vijay Singh ranks third on the PGA Tour’s career money list with more than $67.2 million, trailing only Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.

In 1985, the professional golfer was banned from the Asian Tour after an alleged cheating incident at the Indonesian Open when he changed his scorecard and it is believed that the Southeast Asia Golf Federation suspended him indefinitely.

Under the tour’s anti-doping policy, Doug Barron is the only player to be suspended and missed part of 2009 and most of 2010 for using testosterone and beta blockers. In September 2010, his suspension of one year was lifted and Barron was granted a therapeutic use exemption for low testosterone.

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Monday 09, Jul 2012

  Why Choose Testosterone Replacement Therapy?

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Thousands of men in their late 30s and 40s are trying testosterone injections, solutions, and patches these days in desires of restoring virility and youth. This is because the amount of naturally-producing testosterone can be reduced with growing age and this is the time when artificial testosterone supplements or testosterone replacement therapy comes into the picture.

Testosterone is a naturally-producing steroid hormone that is accountable for the proper development of male sex-related features. It is also accountable to maintain muscle volume, sufficient levels of red blood cells, bone strength and solidity, sense of well-being, and sexual and reproductive functions.

The levels of natural testosterone may get limited or reduce due to many factors, including chemotherapy or radiation treatment for cancer, cirrhosis of the liver, hormone analogues used for treating prostate cancer and steroids, genetic abnormalities like Klinefelter’s syndrome (extra X chromosome), chronic illness, chronic renal (kidney) failure, injury or infection to the testicles, HIV and AIDS, congenital conditions, stress and inflammatory diseases. Symptoms of low testosterone include depressed mood, decreased sex drive, difficulties with memory and concentration, decreased sense of well-being, and erectile dysfunction. Low testosterone levels can lead to variable effects on cholesterol metabolism, increase in body fat, fragile bones (osteoporosis), decrease in body hair, decrease in muscle mass, decrease in hemoglobin, and possibly mild anemia.

However, treating testosterone deficiency can be made easy with testosterone patches that are worn either on the body or on the scrotum, or daily application of testosterone gels that are applied to the upper arms, shoulders, or abdomen, or administration of intramuscular injections, usually every two or three weeks, or using gum tablets or buccal medications. By using any of these corrective drugs or techniques, one can experience dramatic increases in appetite, activity of the skin’s oil glands, sex drive, body musculature, red blood cells (RBCs), body hair growth, muscle mass and bone density, etc. besides reducing fatigue, anger, and depression.

Thursday 29, Dec 2011

  Sustanon 250

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Sustanon 250

 

sustanon-250-organonSustanon 250 is one of those very few drugs that can be trusted without any second thoughts. This is not just because it is easily accessible, but also because its efficacy is unmatched and use of Sustanon does not lead to any side effect. This highly potent drug is used to treat low testosterone and enhance body strength, muscle mass, and performance in quick time.

The molecular formula of Sustanon is C19H28O2 and its chemical name is 17ß-hydroxyandrost-4-en-3-one. Sustanon 250 has an active life of nearly 2-3 weeks and is a combination of four different estered testosterone compounds-testosterone propionate – 30 mg, testosterone phenylpropionate – 60 mg, testosterone isocaproate – 60mg, and testosterone decanoate – 100 mg.

Sustanon is considered as one of the safest and most effective drugs for developing and maintaining functions of reproductive tissues, including testes, prostate, epididymis, seminal vesicles, and penis. It is also used to treat low testosterone in men and women and promote male secondary sexual characteristics such as growth of hair, muscle strength, etc. The drug is routinely prescribed to individuals with low testosterone as part of replacement therapy for testosterone deficiency.

In addition to all these benefits, Sustanon 250 is also admired for its unique ability of improving the count of red blood cells (RBCs) in the body that further promotes improved exercise endurance and oxygen carrying capacity within the body. Furthermore, the drug is second to none when it comes to improving the levels of protein synthesis and nitrogen retention in as short as four to six weeks.

The recommended dose of Sustanon 250 is 250-500 mg per week. It is commonly stacked with legal anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs (PEDs) such as Anadrol, Trenbolone, and Winstrol or with growth hormone or Thyroxin for a period of six to eight weeks. This performance enhancing drug is best used during the off-season, because of its long life.

Since use of Sustanon can lead to excess formation of estrogens (that may lead to oily skin, acne, or gynecomastia) in some cases, ready supplies of antiestrogens like Clomiphene, Tamoxifen, or Arimidex are highly recommended. Use of Sustanon is not recommended to those suffering from breast or prostate cancer or having hypersensitivity to Sustanon or any of its ingredients. It is also not recommended to breastfeeding and pregnant women and should not be used by individuals suffering from kidney disorders, migraine, epilepsy, high blood pressure, hypercalcaemia, or heart problems.

Sustanon 250 should only be used after recommendation of a qualified medical practitioner and should be used only as per medical advice. The drug should not be abused, knowingly or unknowingly. Sustanon abuse can lead to side effects, including depression, hair loss, impotency, and testicular atrophy. Sustanon 250 should not be refrigerated and must be kept in a tight container that is protected against heat, moisture, and sunlight. The drug should be kept away from the reach of children, unauthorized usage, and pets. In case any abnormality is experienced after using Sustanon, use of the drug should be discontinued on an immediate basis and medical advice should be sought at the earliest.

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Wednesday 28, Dec 2011

  Testosterone Cypionate

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Testosterone Cypionate

 

testosterone-cypionate-cypionax-ampulesWhen it comes to treating individuals with low testosterone and promoting muscle mass like never before, testosterone cypionate is one of the most trusted anabolic steroids in today’s times.

This testosterone derivative is a highly potent performance enhancing drug that is second to none as far as promoting improvements in terms of muscle mass, body strength, performance, and muscle definition are concerned. Moreover, the steroid is extremely safe to use and does not lead to any side effect.

The molecular formula of testosterone cypionate is C27H40O3 and is an oil-soluble 17β-cyclopentylpropionate ester of the androgenic hormone (testosterone). It has the molecular weight of 412.61 g/mol at the base and the chemical name of 17β-androst-4-en-3-one, 17-(3-cyclopentyl-1-oxopropoxy). This cypionate version of testosterone has an anabolic/androgenic ratio of 100:100 and is freely soluble in alcohol, chloroform, dioxane, ether, and soluble in vegetable oils.

Classified as a controlled substance under the Anabolic Steroids Control Act and assigned to Schedule III, testosterone cypionate is admired by almost everyone, especially those into bodybuilding, weightlifting, and strength training. Medically, this testosterone derivative is recommended to men and women treated for low testosterone levels in the body and those experiencing symptoms of deficiency or absence of endogenous testosterone. Sportsmen use this compound of testosterone to gain quick muscles, body strength, stamina, and ability to handle intense workouts and recover quickly from injuries.

The recommended dose of this anabolic steroids is 200-1000 mg per week for first-time users, for a maximum period of 6-8 weeks at a stretch. Familiar users use this testosterone derivative in doses of 500-1000 mg per week for a period of 6-8 weeks. Testosterone cypionate is available in oral and injectable forms and is preferably administered with a 22-23 gauge needle with a 1 or 2ml syringe usually about 1″ length via intramuscular injections. The common sites for testosterone cypionate injections are deltoid (shoulder), Triceps and Biceps (arms), Ventrogluteal part of the Gluteus (region slightly on right upper side of buttocks, Pectorals (chest region), and dorsogluteal site (buttock).

One of the most amazing facts about testosterone cypionate is that it can be stacked with almost all legal anabolic steroids and performance enhancing drugs (PEDs). Since use of this testosterone compound can lead to formation of excess estrogens in some cases, it is best to have ready supplies of antiestrogens like Arimidex, Nolvadex, and Clomid, especially for those prone to estrogen formation.

The anabolic steroid should be used only after medical advice and should be used only as per the medical recommendation. Testosterone cypionate should not be abused knowingly or unknowingly else it can lead to side effects, including acne, change in sex drive, irritation, gum pain, hair loss, and headache. Use of this drug must be discontinued and medical advice should be sought immediately if a user of this drug experiences abnormalities like bone pain, increased thirst, memory problems, restless feeling, confusion, nausea, loss of appetite, increased urination, weakness, muscle twitching, increased or ongoing erection of the penis, or swelling after using testosterone cypionate.

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