Originally Posted by DaSharkie
Theoretical hypothetical supposition…. Projecting your inadequacies on others? They are doing something you can’t do, so they must be cheating? Weak man...
Olympic athletes test positive all the time. All you have to do is take the right drugs that are not able to be tested for in the barrage of blood tests that the MLB or any other organization uses. You get away with it a few times you become more brazen and less caring.
Even more horse do-hockey! LOL, 2002 I weighed 174 pounds, in 2005 I weighed in a 222 pounds and benched 365 for 8 reps and could bench 425 twice. Steroids? LOL, no, though other pencil neck wannabes would like to believe that. Simply because someone else did it, and they cant do it, the other guy must be "cheating". I figured out nutrition, I figured out how to work out for mass and what and how much to eat for mass, I figured out how much rest and recuperation I needed and I responded very well to the work out plan I was following. Yea... this was when I was 37 up to 39 years old.
You think Bonds or any athlete that has bulked up over 50 pounds of muscle while in their late 20s - 40s and has not had assistance you are nuts. It is damned near physiologically impossible to do.
Your accusatory statements are just all wet as well as being all wrong.
Stick to fighting fires because you know next to nothing about modern day nutrition and physiology.
Well you should be talking about supplements, vitamins and weight training; the right mix can really help your body to respond. Before 2005 pro hormones like andro and nor-19 were legal over the counter supplements available at GNC and yes, I used them. (Though the eating and rest were more important than all of the supplements combined). Yes the body can "only get so big" in normal circumstances, but "how big" is different for everyone. Your hypothetical statements ring hollow, empty and just wrong to someone who has been there done that. Basically your denying his accomplishments with your opinions based upon limited information and limited experiences is just worthless ponderings by someone who does not have a clue of what he is talking about.
I am not talking GNC supplements, vitamins, and weight training. The human body can only get so big through natural means due to limitations of the body frame, endogenous human steroids, and other hormones.
So says you... someone who does not know a dang thing about the mans personal motivations or how his body responds to: modern day nutrition, a professional trainer and nutritionist, to modern day methods of body building strength training. You, someone on the outside looking in, speaks of someone you really know almost nothing about. You base your perceptions on shallow judgmental calls built upon ignorance and ignorant opinion.
At least the blind squirrel got something right in all this rambling, he (you) admitted you judge even when you suspect, like in the Barry bonds case. He is innocent until proven guilty. The record is his and no amount of pontificating by an internet blow hard can take that away from him.
When I see, hear, or suspect some professional, college, or high school athlete doing steroids (and there is an explosion of HS athletes using them) I just cannot help but think back to Lyle Alzado's dealings with the roids that cost him his life. All so you can make a few bucks.
LOL, "if" being the key word, you are jumping the gun and pronouncing guilt with no hard evidence other than circumstantial and hypothetical. Just a lot of he said-she said.
So much for doing it on your merits. Getting, setting, or breaking a record means nothing to me or most people if you are pathetic enough to not do it on your own without cheating. Steroid use is just that...Cheating in the game, and cheating in your life.
Yea...yea you are. You are when you judge with out having facts to back you up. Yea, you are when you make erroneous statements about things like strength training and body building that you obviously know next to nothing about.
Apparently, I am off my rocker for thinking this.