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Old 03-02-2010, 09:16 PM   #1
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Wondering...why don't sports supplement companies sponsor younger athletes?
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Wondering...why don't sports supplement companies sponsor younger athletes?
Many supplements are geared towards people that are 18 and good majority of them are for people 21 and over. I don't think they want to send the message that it's ok for younger teens to be supplementing when they can be making huge gains on their own.
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Possibly liability reasons if you mean under 18. If not, they probably wait until someone is experienced and successful already. Don't usually see them latching on to 300 lb lard arse or a 125 lb toothpick (speaking in terms of a male).
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Many supplements are geared towards people that are 18 and good majority of them are for people 21 and over. I don't think they want to send the message that it's ok for younger teens to be supplementing when they can be making huge gains on their own.
Even if it's natural? How can marketing creatine and BCAA's to teens be harmful?
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Even if it's natural? How can marketing creatine and BCAA's to teens be harmful?
one teenager will end up taking a full tub of creatine and kill himself and that company would be ****ed.
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one teenager will end up taking a full tub of creatine and kill himself and that company would be ****ed.
lol...or they'd pick up the new "special" creatine from alri, quietly spiked with a nice methylated compound...
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Sounds realistic.
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