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Tuesday 10, Aug 2010

  Olympic success can be engineered

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Olympic success can be engineeredThe science behind performances of Olympic athletes was revealed at a public discussion on 29 April at the University of Birmingham that was hosted by the Engineering & Technology Board (etb) in partnership with the Royal Institution (Ri).

The public discussions emphasized upon explanation to the science at work behind the Olympics, as per Dr Greg Whyte, Director of Science and Research at the English Institute of Sport.

It seems that the aim of these discussions was on educating sportsmen about the pros and cons of steroids in sports.

Thursday 17, Sep 2009

  Michael Jackson was spending $48k per month on drugs

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Michael Jackson was spending $48k per month on drugsAccording to recent reports, Michael Jackson was spending as much as $48,000 per month on prescription drugs such as Diprivan and Demerol.

The finding is more than an enough testimony to reaffirm that the relationship between steroids and celebrities is still going strong despite claims from the government that steroid use is on an all-time low and stringent measures have been already implemented to curb the use of steroids.

If you are using steroids, then it is high time that you start understanding the pros and cons of steroids else what has happened to MJ can even happen to you. The only thing that can help you here is nothing but qualified awareness.

Tuesday 11, Aug 2009

  Scientists to make revelations on how Olympic Success can be engineered

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Scientists to make revelations on how Olympic Success can be engineered  During a public discussion on 29 April at the University of Birmingham that was hosted by the Engineering & Technology Board (etb) in partnership with the Royal Institution (Ri), the science behind the performances of Olympic athletes was revealed.

Speakers at the University of Birmingham included Craig Sharp (Professor of Sports Science at Brunel University), James Lamont (Innovation Team Leader, adidas), Dr Greg Whyte (Director of Science and Research at the English Institute of Sport), and Claire Davis (School of Engineering, Birmingham University).

According to Dr Greg Whyte, Director of Science and Research at the English Institute of Sport, the public discussions were aimed at explaining the science at work behind the Olympics.

From News-Medical.Net:

Dr Greg Whyte, Director of Science and Research at the English Institute of Sport, who will lead each event said: “Every four years Olympic records previously thought to be unbeatable are broken and new milestones are reached.”

“These three public discussions will not only explain the science at work behind the Olympics, but also highlight the increasingly critical role science, engineering and technology plays in assisting athlete’s participation, and success, in the world’s greatest sports event.”

Dr Whyte will open the discussion by providing an overview of human performance throughout history in our bid to become swifter, higher and stronger. He will be followed by leading industry experts, who will talk on:

i) The physiological limits of human achievement by looking at the differences between humans and animals in terms of speed and endurance;

ii) The advances in sports equipment technology and examine its impact on human performance; and finally;

iii) The effect of advancements in drug testing technology on athletes’ pursuit of excellence.

Modern day Olympics have always been played under the clouds of steroids. With steroids gaining more popularity than ever, it is high time that sportsmen can be educated about the pros and cons of steroids in sports so that no awkward incident occurs at any of the future Olympics.