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Old 03-06-2008, 07:01 PM   #21
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[QUOTE=gixxerbill;1062977]Man, what a bunch of do they really think HGH or TEST could keep them going that much longer? I mean roadracing is not that demanding of a physical sport it is more mental.[/QUOTE]

u ever run a 22 lap race in 100+ degree heat ? or maybe even a CMRA endurance race in july or august ? its a little more demanding under those conditions than you think
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ive heard of japanese riders getting hooked up to IV's before races? dont know what that would do or why, but anyone else heard this?
yes, its to keep them hydrated.
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Old 03-06-2008, 07:12 PM   #23
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I think it is a good idea. If there are other rules governing performance equipment why shouldn't there be physical restrictions as well? Racing is just as much a physical event as a mental and equipment event.
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using drugs.. dont make ya a winner... I wonder how many losers are using HTH and such... just some sore losers and more government interference..
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Old 03-06-2008, 07:33 PM   #25
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Man, what a bunch of do they really think HGH or TEST could keep them going that much longer? I mean roadracing is not that demanding of a physical sport it is more mental.[/QUOTE]

u ever run a 22 lap race in 100+ degree heat ? or maybe even a CMRA endurance race in july or august ? its a little more demanding under those conditions than you think
He has a point. Just think of your thighs being sore after a few sessions at a trackday, it must be even worse for the racers.
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Old 03-06-2008, 07:40 PM   #26
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I used HgH "stimulants" while training for the military.

Worked real, real well. I had no side effects, other then when you don't take it, you feel weak.
Dont know what you took, but from what iunderstand theres no such thing as a "hgh stimulant" or releaser or anything as pill forms of it or liquid arnt possible. You have to mix and inject yourself to keep the stuff form going bad. As far as side effects for it go id imagine anything exogeneous you put in your body will shut down or slow endogenous production, so what happens when you stop taking it?
Another, ever seen those freaky big bodybuilders like ronnie coleman or jay cutler, those guys guts hang out like their pregnant or something but still maintain a 6 pack. This comes from the rumor that hgh makes your organs grow, probably true in my book cuz somethings doin it to them..pretty ugly
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ive heard of japanese riders getting hooked up to IV's before races? dont know what that would do or why, but anyone else heard this?
i think they do it to stay hydrated
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Old 03-06-2008, 10:46 PM   #28
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Dont know what you took, but from what iunderstand theres no such thing as a "hgh stimulant" or releaser or anything as pill forms of it or liquid arnt possible. You have to mix and inject yourself to keep the stuff form going bad. As far as side effects for it go id imagine anything exogeneous you put in your body will shut down or slow endogenous production, so what happens when you stop taking it?
Another, ever seen those freaky big bodybuilders like ronnie coleman or jay cutler, those guys guts hang out like their pregnant or something but still maintain a 6 pack. This comes from the rumor that hgh makes your organs grow, probably true in my book cuz somethings doin it to them..pretty ugly
This is the commercial stuff.

http://www.bodybuilding.com/store/xy/xtest.html

Doesn't really explain it well. But it "suppose" to increase your bodies creation of Human Growth Hormone, and testosterone.
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Old 03-06-2008, 10:57 PM   #29
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I think it comes down to a matter of principal
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You might be doing it wrong
LOL maybe you are right. :/:

I know longer endurance racing does take some physical strength and endurance but it seems like the racers should at least be in decent physical shape(cardio and weightlifting regimend) I guess I was saying they wouldn't need to be in steroidal shape like other sports including motocross.

Me myself when I get into my 50's I am going to do test and hgh to keep me up in more ways than one.
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Old 03-07-2008, 11:36 AM   #31
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lol this is funny coming from duhammel being the older guy in AMA, hes just jealous of everyone youth lol jk.. i dont see any other reason for it unless these guys r takign a hit of crack or 2 to have better reaction time at highspeed LOL
Man I am 52 and I agree completely. Instead of roids the might want to check for speed. I just dont see a guy making 30 million a year like Rossi doing dumb like that. Just a thought.
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meth maybe?
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