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Wednesday 11, Jan 2012

  Clenbuterol

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Clenbuterol, popularly known as Clen, is one of the best weight loss drugs admired by sportsmen when it comes to getting rid of body fat without losing on muscle mass and body strength. The bronchodilator and selective Beta-2-symphatonimetric agonist is a commonly-prescribed drug for asthma to reduce specific kinds of airway obstruction without much in the way of cardiovascular effect.

The chemical name of Clenbuterol is 4-Amino-alpha-[(tert-butylamino) methyl]-3, 5-dichlorobenzyl alcohol Monohydrochloride and its molecular formula is C12H18 CI2N2O. Its molecular weight is 277.193 g/mol at the base and Clen is available online for purchase, with or without medical prescription, in varying forms like pills, tablets, injections, and syrups.

Clenbuterol is also known as Spiropen, Ventipulmin, Contraspasmina, and Broncodil. It is best known for promoting dramatic increases in the terms of aerobic capacity and its smooth muscle relaxant properties. The pre-contest cutting drug is also effective to promote lean body appearance and avoid fluid retention besides improving transportation of oxygen in the body. Clen use is also associated with significant increases in terms of muscle fiber, muscle composition, and stamina. It is also useful in reducing protein rate in the muscle cells so that enlargement of muscle cells becomes easy.

One of the unique things about Clenbuterol is that it increases temperature of the body to a small extent via enhanced heat production in the Mitochondria. This, in turn, increases the basal metabolic rate and reduces appetite.

In addition to all these benefits, use of Clenbuterol is also associated with improvements in the ratio of fat free mass by reducing fat. Furthermore, Clen is also used to reduce insulin sensitivity and is an effective repartitioning agent. Medically, Clen is recommended to individuals afflicted with severe health conditions, including acute and chronic spastic bronchitis, bronchial asthma, pulmonary emphysema, and asthmatic bronchitis.

Some of the popular sportsmen who are supposed to have used this drug are three-time Tour de France champion Alberto Contador of Spain, American swimmer Jessica Hardy, Polish sprint canoer Adam Seroczynski, Chinese cyclist Li Fuyu, and St. Louis Cardinals minor league shortstop Lainer Bueno.

The recommended dose of Clenbuterol for men is 100-140mcg per day and 80-100mcg per day for women, with or without meals and best taken in a cycle of 3 week on, 3 week off. The use of Cytomel may be made to optimize the benefits of Clenbuterol. The use of Clenbuterolshould not be made for any purpose other than legal and must always be recommended by a qualified medical practitioner. Clen should not be used by pregnant or breastfeeding women or those suffering from high blood pressure, breast cancer, or prostate cancer.

Clenbuterol abuse should be avoided by users as it can lead to side effects such as excessive sweating, nausea, palpitation, insomnia, tachycardia, and headache. In case cramps become a common sight after Clen use, users should consume 8-10 glasses of water per day to avoid them. In order to maintain its shelf life, Clenbuterol should be stored at a controlled temperature of 15-30° C and protected against direct heat, sunlight, and moisture.

Tuesday 16, Dec 2008

  Three more athletes found guilty of doping in Beijing

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steroids medalistThe International Olympic Committee announced that two medalists and a fourth finisher in the Beijing Olympics were disqualified due to doping violations.

Hammer throwers Vadim Devyatovskiy and Ivan Tsikhan, both from Belarus, face ban for testing positive for abnormal levels of testosterone. Devyatoskiy’s penalty could be a lifetime ban since this is second doping offense. He served his first offense in 2000-2002. It is Tsikhan’s first offense and he’s likely to get a two-year ban from the sport.

The two were found guilty during their meeting with the IOC disciplinary committee in Lausanne in September.

Their disqualifications have stripped them of their medals. Devyatovskiy and Tsikhan won the silver and bronze in Beijing, respectively. The silver medal now goes to Belarus Krisztian Pars and the bronze to Japan’s Koji Murofushi. Slovenia’s Primoz Kozmus won the gold in that event.

Polish canoeist Adam Seroczynski, meanwhile, was disqualified for testing for the weight-loss drug Clenbuterol. Some reports classified Clenbuterol as an anabolic steroid. Seroczynski was the fourth finisher in the flatwater K2 event in Beijing.

These three recent cases bring the total number of disqualified athletes in testing carried out during the Games to nine. The six athletes disqualified during the Games were Ukrainian heptathlete Lyudmila Blonska, Ukrainian weightlifter Igor Razoronov, Greek hurdler Fani Halkia, North Korean shooter Kim Jong Su, Spanish cyclist Isabel Moreno and Vietnamese gymnast Thi Ngan Thuong Do.

Prior to the commencement of the Beijing Olympics, more than a dozen athletes were barred from participating at the Games for doping violations. Among those disqualified were 11 members of the Greek weightlifting team when they tested positive for steroids in April.

Sunday 28, Sep 2008

  Post-Olympics news: Four Belarusian athletes implicated in steroid use

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steroids-2008olympicsThe Belarusian Athletics Federation said Tuesday they penalized shot putter Yulia Leantsyuk and steeplechaser Irina Bakhanouskaya for two years after testing positive for anabolic steroids.

BAF spokesperson Nastassia Maryinina said the organization decided to ban the two athletes last month. Maryinina said samples taken from Leantsyuk on July 22 tested positive for testosterone. Bakhanouskaya’s samples on July 21 tested positive for stanozolol.

Meanwhile, two other Belarusian athletes are given until October 17 to explain why they tested positive for testosterone after the August 17 hammer final in Beijing.

Vadim Devyatovskiy and Ivan Tsikhan met with the International Olympic Committee’s Disciplinary Commission this weekend and both were provided with ample time to prove their innocence against doping allegations.

“We are waiting and we hope,” silver medalist Devyatovskiy said through an interpreter. “We know that we are clean but we are waiting for information.”

The Belarus pair could be disqualified and stripped of their medals if found guilty of doping. Devyatoyskiy won the silver in the final while Tsikhan took home the bronze medal. If found guilty, Devyatovskiy could be banned for life since it would be his second doping infringement; he served a two-year suspension from 2000-2002. It would be Tshikhan’s first doping violation.

The doping case involving Polish canoeist Adam Seroczynski was also heard by the commission on the same day. The 34-year-old Seroczynski, who competed in the flatwater K2 class at Beijing, tested positive for clenbuterol. He, with his teammate Mariusz Kujawski, finished fourth in the event. Kujawski is not under suspicion.

The disciplinary commission is expected to decided on the Seroczynski case on October 8.