Category Archive for "News"

Steroids Safe, but Not Safe?

Millard Baker is reporting on the story of a study performed on Chinese men. The participants were given monthly 500 mg injections of Testosterone Undecanoate, to better understand contraceptive efficacy. But the results of this study aren’t nearly as important…

Exercise Benefits Cardiovascular Disease

More evidence has surfaced revealing that exercise benefits cardiovascular disease. The European Heart Health Charter released a list of 8 preventive and rehabilitative measures. Exercise was shown to assist rehabilitation, along with preventing cardiovascular disease. READ MORE A study performed…

Are the Benefits of Exercise Overblown?

Are the benefits of exercise overblown? That is the question being asked by Susan B. Roberts in her recent article, The Exercise Myth. Here are a few choice excerpts… The drumbeat of get moving to lose weight has gotten so…

Prejudging Coming to an End?

Is pre-judging at bodybuilding contests coming to an end? This thread is discussing the issue… It last month’s Flex and on PBW, Bob C. predicts “the end of prejudging at pro shows.” His argument is that prejudging is needed for…

Is Hydroxycut Toxic?

Is Hydroxycut toxic? Anthony Roberts reports… There is a growing number of case reports of hepatoxicity from the widely marketed weight-loss supplement Hydroxycut, which contains the botanical ingredient Garcinia cambogia. These case reports may substantially undercount the true magnitude of…

Steroids Roundup, and Selena Roberts the Hack

Steroids, steroids, steroids. Everywhere I turn today, I see steroid stories. Let’s start with A-roid – er – A-rod. Sports Illustrated journalist Selena Roberts is soon to publish a book that has irrefutable proof that A-rod took steroids in high…

Oral Contraceptives Inhibiting Muscle Mass Gains

A new study has revealed that oral contraceptives inhibit muscle mass gains in women. Texas A&M and the University of Pittsburg, working hand in hand, studied 73 healthy women between the ages of 18-31. The women were placed into two…