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Hosts Cady and Nate discuss the dangers of steroids including why its use in teens is a big deal, the use of steroids in athletes, and the negative side effects of steroid use. You can view the infographic discussed in this episode at http://positivemed.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/effects-of-steroids.jpg
THE STANDARD NORM FOR PAIN RELIEF...GIVE A PERSON A STEROID DOSE PAK...AND NOW THE RESULTS ARE IN!! OOPS.......WE WILL ALSO DISCUSS A NEW PROBLEM WITH TYLENOL USE DURING PREGNANCY..AND MUCH MORE
Tonight on Crush Radio:
EXCLUSIVE: Meet the Presstitutes!
Smoking and the Monsters of Tobacco
Steroids+HGH - the nationwide epidemic
Bigger, Stronger, Faster
Fact: bodybuilders deny steroid usage and addiction. Most of the IFBB professionals will never under any kind of circumstances reveal what anabolic drugs they use in order to get muscular and strong. Even the King Of Bodybuilding and eight times Mr.Olympia Ronnie Coleman has denied using muscle enhancing drugs and claims natural status in many of his interviews. Why?
Obviously, all IFBB professionals use banned substances in order to achieve the physiques they bring on Mr. Olympia stage. However, bodybuilding’s capital country is the USA where using steroids is strongly prohibited by the law and anybody who possess such drugs, without having a medical reasons to do so, fears prison sentence. That’s why going on TV and admitting steroid use is like publicly stating that you have robbed a store or a bank – not a very wise move. Many IFBB pro bodybuilders don’t make as much money as you may think and have to work regular jobs in order to have the needed income to support their families and buy the large amounts of food and drugs they need. Former Mr. Olympia Ronnie Coleman was also a full time police officers during a larger portion of his career and therefore he had even more reasons to hide his affection for muscle elixirs despite the fact that steroids are used by many police officers and military organizations – saying it in public, however, would be considered as an act of sending the wrong message to the general population.
Tonight we take a look at the perplexing phenomenon of Hillary Rodham Clinton. She grew up in a nice Republican suburban neighborhood, and actually campaigned for Nixon and Goldwater in the early 1960's. She moved steadily left in college, as did so many, in an era of turmoil defined by the Civil Rights movement and Vietnam. Moving into the professions after college, she became an active feminist. Married to Bill Clinton, a reforming Democrat trying to move his party to the center in the conservatively-minded 1980's, she became a power broker in both politics and the corporate world, being exposed to big money and all its temptations and perks. And became entangled in the emotional storms of a deeply troubled marriage. These disparate elements of her background are often at war with one another, and the conflict is externalized in the divisions within the Democratic party and the nation as a whole. She seems to be torn between two personas- the traditional good girl who grows up to be a pillar of the community, valuing affection and security, and a modern power hungry Lady Macbeth who must accommodate the bizarre tropes of the modern Democratic party.
The question, of course, is whether the presidency should be the stage on which this psychodrama plays out.
There is no muscle industry without drugs (steroids).
There is no such thing as getting into phenomenal shape with over-the-counter supplements like creatine and whey protein or with diet and training alone. The naturally lean and muscular body is a skinny one. The human body CANNOT produce excessive muscular size while maintaining low body-fat. A natural trainer has two options: be lean and muscular but look skinny in clothing or be big and look somewhat muscular in clothing but also be relatively fat.
Muscle stars do not tell you the truth because:
They make money off our gullibility when they sell us worthless supplements.
They don’t want anyone to look like them, they want to be special and they don’t want competition.
If they told the truth about their drug use they would be thought of as “cheaters” and their livelihood would be instantly gone.
Every person who has attained great shape has used a cocktail of anabolic steroids, human growth hormone, insulin, diuretics, and narcotics. Every muscular person knows this and most of them will not tell you the truth. Steroids are not just used by a small number of meat-head bodybuilders. Steroids are used by a huge amount of people where strength, size, endurance, or appearance are of importance. Steroids are used for this reason:
On Steroids you go from Zero to Hero in a matter of weeks.
The list of people who ALWAYS use steroids are as follows: Bodybuilders, athletes (even skinny athletes who do not look like the average roid-head), fitness models, and weightlifters. There is no exception to this list. These people take drugs because they MUST take drugs to earn money or to win.
News Flash: Concussions on the Rise, Supplements May Be Harmful, Steroids Are Cheating.. No Kidding.. Today, Stephen McCarthy will be covering a wide range of subjects: The rise in concussions in athletics and the continued emphasis on diagnosis. Supplements are marketed to athletes no matter what the science and include harmful chemicals. Lastly, in case you last checked it out steroids and other performance enhancing drugs are cheating, but they are becoming redily available to all athletes.
Rod Aldoff, former pro hockey player and current Pensacola Ice Flyers head coach will join Stephen to talk about strategies to combat the peer pressure to play sport.
For more information, visit The McCarthy Project
Most serious athletes will tell you that the competitive drive to win can be fierce. Besides the satisfaction of personal accomplishment, athletes often pursue dreams of winning a medal for their country or securing a spot on a professional team. In such an environment, the use of performance-enhancing drugs has become increasingly common.
But using performance-enhancing drugs — aka, doping — isn't without risks. Take the time to learn about the potential benefits, the health risks and the many unknowns regarding so-called performance-enhancing drugs such as anabolic steroids, androstenedione, human growth hormone, erythropoietin, diuretics, creatine and stimulants. You may decide that the benefits aren't worth the risks.
Anabolic steroids What are they? Some athletes take a form of steroids — known as anabolic-androgen steroids or just anabolic steroids — to increase their muscle mass and strength. The main anabolic steroid hormone produced by your body is testosterone.
Testosterone has two main effects on your body:
Anabolic effects promote muscle building. Androgenic effects are responsible for male traits, such as facial hair and a deeper voice.
Have you ever said to yourself "what if"? We all have, in any walk of life. We're going to explore the biggest "what ifs" in the sports world. What if Michael Jordan hadn't retired? What if Barry Bonds wasn't ever accused of taking steroids? What if Drew Bledsoe never got injured? What would the state of the Patriots be today? Tune in tonight at 9!
TONIGHT ON THE SHOW (LIVE at 8:00 PM EST): Are the Miami HEAT going to let Dwyane Wade walk? Their interest in free agent Monta Ellis gives off the impression. Kevin Love has opted out of his contract, with interest coming from the Los Angeles Lakers and the Boston Celtics. Former NFL All-Pro Henry Thomas and sports radio veteran Fred Davis of ESPN Radio join the guys! The guys talk Miami Marlins after more and more rumors of 'Giancarlos Stanton is on steroids' come in light of him hitting monster homeruns, and staying in the baseball realm, Darrin goes on a New York Mets rant expressing his frustrated fandom with the struggles of the franchise. J.R. Smith and David West opt out of their contracts, what are their potential landing spots? And could the NBA D-League become the "minor leagues" of basketball to help players bypass college? PLUS MORE!!! You can call into the show at (929) 477-1592 and you can tweet the show @andrewrpowell, @ThePowellShow or @305SportsNLife. The Andrew Powell Show w/ Darrin Williamson and Eric Robinson is LIVE Monday-Friday from 8:00-10:00 PM EST here only on MSL Radio.
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