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Thursday 19, Mar 2009


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IS THE NBA ON STEROIDS TOO?With the expose on steroids use in baseball, can’t basketball be far behind? Should fans worry that their favorite NBA stars are also into the performance enhancing drugs? But based on some reports and interviews conducted with some NBA players, they are giving a hint that steroids have penetrated the court. Maybe they have for quite sometime now but no one inside have said anything or maybe paid attention to the players who actually use them. With the Major League unearthed so many secrets behind the media’s watchful eye some expect NBA to produce their own Alex Rodriguez.

Stephen Jackson seems to be the “it” guy for NBA. An interview done by Janny Hu for the San Francisco Chronicle revealed that Jackson had a new regimen that he said would improve his performance on the court.

The interview proved to be revealing. The strength gain, the added weight, enhanced speed, and even the aggression is an indication that Jackson could be in steroids. Or is he?

Wednesday 04, Mar 2009


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alternative-to-steroidsRip Esselstyn, a writer and the author of The Engine 2 Diet, gives us a view of a more potent performance enhancing drug that anabolic androgenic steroids. According to him, the secret to truly showing your true prowess in the field is eating vegetables. Vegetables have similar functions to steroids and more. They can have strengthening and protective effects, and they don’t produce the side effects that steroids do. There have been many athletes who have proved the effectivity of vegetables in the diet.

So how to vegetables work? First of all, they provide you with nutrients and minerals needed to regulate bodily function. This leads to increase in physical strength, boosts of energy and increase in muscle mass. They help with losing weight and turning flabs into hard, toned muscles. They prevent diseases caused by anabolic steroids such as high blood pressure and atherosclerosis. Moreover, they are also anti-aging agents that make the body healthier and more alive.

Thursday 19, Feb 2009


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what-makes-the-nba-proudIt feels like so long ago when the NBA was studded with scandals and tattoo-laden players, when its athletes were known for their recreational drug abuse and their cool gangster attitudes. If there is something Major League Baseball can learn from the NBA, it’s that the steroid-tainted scandalous time it is having now too shall come to pass. Baseball had started as one of the cleaner sports and now is only widely known for several performance enhancing drug cases. Basketball, on the other hand, has passed this stage and has moved on to a suspicion and steroid-free state that is worth celebrating in the recent NBA All-Star game.

Chauncy Billups admitted that there is no need for anabolic steroids in the world of basketball. The sport is a mental game amidst all the running and dribbling. Players don’t have to have those big bodies like in wrestling or the strength of baseball players. The NBA should be grateful for this. Because now, when great players like Kobe and Shaq and LeBron take on the spotlight, nobody will be asking if they had used steroids. Everyone will know that those skills are from raw talent, nothing more, nothing less.

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