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Giannis Antetokounmpo


19 years old - going into nba

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4 years later after playing 300+ nba games and hellish travel schedule

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Could steroids be a factor? Nah!
 

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The gaps in NBA drug testing
Jan 11, 2013

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The investigation into Lance Armstrong comes with hard lessons for major leagues like the NBA.
The director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency, David Howman, recently singled out the NBA for “gaps” in its anti-doping testing program. He did not get into specifics, other than to say that the league ought to test for human growth hormone.
But the idea that there might be gaps is hardly surprising. No sport is without them in this new post-Lance Armstrong world.
Now we know, on the record, precisely how some of the most sophisticated cheaters in the world beat cycling’s tests. The particulars are gathered on the website of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, built upon on-the-record testimony from many of the best cyclists of the past decade. Topics include “avoiding testers during window of detection,” “using undetectable substances and methods,” “understanding limitations to the testing methods” and “use of saline infusions and micro-doping of EPO.”
TrueHoop: Anti-Doping and the NBA
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Lawmakers have long called the NBA's anti-doping program soft, and the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency says the program has "gaps." Now that testimony from the investigation into Lance Armstrong has made clear precisely how sophisticated cheaters beat tests, we wonder if the NBA's program can keep up.

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As long as he's not injecting that shit into my body I couldn't care less!
 

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The gaps in NBA drug testing
Jan 11, 2013

nba_g_armstrongl_576.jpg
Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images
The investigation into Lance Armstrong comes with hard lessons for major leagues like the NBA.
The director general of the World Anti-Doping Agency, David Howman, recently singled out the NBA for “gaps” in its anti-doping testing program. He did not get into specifics, other than to say that the league ought to test for human growth hormone.
But the idea that there might be gaps is hardly surprising. No sport is without them in this new post-Lance Armstrong world.
Now we know, on the record, precisely how some of the most sophisticated cheaters in the world beat cycling’s tests. The particulars are gathered on the website of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, built upon on-the-record testimony from many of the best cyclists of the past decade. Topics include “avoiding testers during window of detection,” “using undetectable substances and methods,” “understanding limitations to the testing methods” and “use of saline infusions and micro-doping of EPO.”
TrueHoop: Anti-Doping and the NBA
nba_g_dstern1_sy_203.jpg

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
Lawmakers have long called the NBA's anti-doping program soft, and the head of the World Anti-Doping Agency says the program has "gaps." Now that testimony from the investigation into Lance Armstrong has made clear precisely how sophisticated cheaters beat tests, we wonder if the NBA's program can keep up.

Rest at link:
http://www.espn.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/51305/gaps-in-nba-drug-testing
Those bicycle hats make the wearer look look a faggot which is makes perfect sense since most grown men who wear them in public ARE faggots!.
 

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Those bicycle hats make the wearer look look a faggot which is makes perfect sense since most grown men who wear them in public ARE faggots!.
The SPANDEX and SHAVED LEGS, never mind the stupid helmets.
 

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Could steroids be a factor? Nah!

I've seen 'roids' do amazing things. Much bigger that him.

I'd have to say the kid finally got a square meal 3x a day for at least a year and bulked up naturally...
 

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I've seen 'roids' do amazing things. Much bigger that him.

I'd have to say the kid finally got a square meal 3x a day for at least a year and bulked up naturally...

the before pic was not a 'kid'. it was an adult. and it didnt grow up in the detroit ghetto. it grew up in greece

google ectomorph. it doesnt work that way
 

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roids before and after... inet is loaded with them

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Extreme version...

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Really extreme

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ya, ectomorph bag of bones his whole life. gets drafted by nba, which causes his muscles to explode

like many nba ecto musclemen.- they just need extra cream cheese on their hotel breakfast bagels before the game
 
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next to impossible for them to gain big musculature
Lest you happen upon the newest top-a-the-line synthetic "research chemicals" with some HGH thrown in for good measure.
 

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Lest you happen upon the newest top-a-the-line synthetic "research chemicals" with some HGH thrown in for good measure.

no way! tens/hundreds of millions of dollars per contract.....not enough to convince typical nba player to juice
 

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no way! tens/hundreds of millions of dollars per contract.....not enough to convince typical nba player to juice
what if
included in that contract is a contact with the juice
or it's back to the loading docks because you won't/don't

the pressure to perform has got to be enormous
that pile of money won't earn, nor will it spend, itself
the player must be introduced, then taught, how to 'adjust'
 

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I was a bony man until I started doing a lot of pushups nearly everyday.

If I was actually paid millions and could afford a nutritionist and personal trainer at that kids age it certainly would be in the realm of possibility over the period of a year plus.
 

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C__Data_Users_DefApps_AppData_INTERNETEXPLORER_Temp_Saved Images_Screen Shot 2018-11-01 at 9_4...pngRonnie Coleman_ Photos.jpgThe first photo of Ronnie Coleman is photoshopped. He was a very big man, but not that big. The second photo is Ronnie after he quit competitive bodybuilding. He had some serious back injuries from squatting and deadlifting rather enormous poundages, way too often. The single photo is Ronnie winning a Mr. Olympia title, one of eight, I believe. My opinion of the ball player is that the amount of muscle on him is very easily obtainable by a young athlete, from good nutrition and very moderate amounts of weight training, maybe a few times a week. He might take steroids to enhance his aggressiveness and recovery ability, but it isn't necessary for the muscle he has.
 

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The first few photos are of Eugene Sandow. This is the kind of physical development that is possible for a man with no chemical enhancement and only a decent diet and hard exercise with weights. There were no synthetic hormones or drugs of any kind available to him, at the turn of the last century. The next set of photos are Steve Reeves, Mr. America, 1947 and John Grimek, Mr. America, 1940/41. Both of these guys probably used synthetic testosterone, which was available to them in the forties. Of course, everybody knows how big Arnold was, with dianabol, winstrol and other steroids available to him. The guys now are on steroids, hgh, trt and insulin.Eugen Sandow _ Official Site for Man Crush Monday #MCM ___.jpgShane Miller is Your Strength and Fat Loss Coach_ Exercise ADD.jpgMuscle Control Exercises - Maxick, Otto Arco, Maxalding.jpg
 
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.Defining Aesthetics_ What Exactly Is The Perfect Physique_.jpgMARIO STRONG_ MUSCLE EVOLUTION.jpgDr_ Darden's H_I_T_.jpg
 

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I knew a guy who weighed 150 pounds and started doing steroids and lifting weights. He muscled up to 220 pounds and had a massive heart attack at age 38. I'd stay away from steroids.
 

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I knew a guy who weighed 150 pounds and started doing steroids and lifting weights. He muscled up to 220 pounds and had a massive heart attack at age 38. I'd stay away from steroids.
Agreed, entirely so. There are tons of bodybuilders, both well known and not, who died from a variety of health issues in their forties and fifties, because of steroid use. It just isn't worth it, only to have some extra muscle. I wouldn't mind at all looking like Eugene Sandow. Imagine how you would look with that amount of beef on you, in jeans and a polo shirt. Better than 99% of every other dude out there. Edited to add that Sandow was immensely strong, without the "juice."
 
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same guy exhibiting roid rage -- threatening his coach during game

https://nypost.com/2017/11/26/greek-freak-turns-on-own-coach-ill-f-k-you-up/

The Greek Freaked out.

Giannis Antetokounmpo exploded during Saturday night’s 121-108 loss in Salt Lake City, where he got frustrated with the officiating and then threatened to take it out on a Bucks assistant coach.

Milwaukee called a timeout, and Antetokounmpo retreated to the bench, knocking a chair over. During the break, assistant coach Sean Sweeney reportedly laid into him about his hustle — to which the 22-year-old snapped.

It appears Antetokounmpo shouts, “I’ll f–k you up,” as he approaches Sweeney, with other Bucks personnel stepping between

 
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Do that many people still follow African Handball any more?? Most boring team game ever invented!
 

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All games are boring. Bread and circuses.
 

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What good is all that money if you end up destroying your body and mind?
 

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I thought I should add here, since I've posted a lot of content in this thread, that I would not be even a tiny bit surprised if all NBA players were juiced up. Steroids do more than build muscle and strength. They make a person more aggressive on the playing field, O court, as it were, first of all. They also greatly enhance a person's ability to recover from previous intense physical exertion. There's the added benefit of additional strength, speed and muscle mass. It could be all those boys are on a steroid cocktail and don't even need the barbells.
 

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I was put on steroids for issues. It was an amazing thing. Wish I could continue.
 

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They tried steroids for my back, after testing, I decided to not take it. Reason - rather have back pain than be in prison for killing my wife or somebody else.
 

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I'm too lazy for muscles.
 

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That type of narcissism can only lead to fagotry.
 

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A gawky teenager after 3-4 years turns into a Pro athlete, no real surprise here.
 

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skinny photo in op - it was already playing in the pros

and playing full court basketball eats muscle, doesn't build it. impossible for those nba ectos to pack on that amount of muscle while playing/training full court basketball......w/out chemicals

that's why the training plan above says AVOID HARD CARDIO