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Old 11-06-2012, 11:02 PM   #27
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Originally Posted by TitanCT
Drug free? So athletes that are free from Tylenol? Caffeine? People forget what the definition of "drug" actually is.
You know I didn't mean caffeine, don't be deliberately obtuse or try to confuse the issue.
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Btw, one of those "guys on steroids" is one of the smartest trainers around right now. Another is one of the most knowledgable on injury prevention.
I don't doubt they know what they're doing. I never said that drugs mean you don't have to train properly. I simply said that approaches which are optimal while taking drugs are not necessarily optimal while not taking drugs.

Beginner, intermediate, advanced, powerlifter, bodybuilder, sprinter, jumper, thrower, drug-user, non-drug-user, younger lifter, older lifter, each has an approach which is optimal for them but would not be optimal for the others.

I would not advise anyone to use steroids or hgh. If they were using them already, then I would advise them not to lock out violently during their lifts.
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