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Old 11-06-2009, 08:53 AM   #1
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Default ZMA supplementation during training produces zero gains in strength and muscle

Before he became famous for his role in the largest sports doping scandal in the past decade, BALCO founder Victor Conte was a self-styled nutritionist who promoted a Zinc and Magnesium supplement he’d developed called “ZMA.” The athletes who endorsed it were mostly juiced-up with steroids, growth hormone, and other performance enhancing drugs. Still, even [...]

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