It's in the title. The NCAA is the National Collegiate Athletic Association.
because its a hyperhydrating agent, and would give unfairbecause of increased hydration. pretty sure about that but maybe someone else can clarify.
how would they test for it?
I have never seen that on the 2009/2010 NCAA banned substances list... so i think ur missinformed unless they have just held some kind of press conference i dont know about...
no it is banned and I'm pretty sure it is because it has a diuretic effect. I have asked this question before...
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See, I don't think it really hydrates the way people even think it does. When I first read about it, people said that it took extra water from between the muscle cells, and put it in the blood stream. So in the long run, it kind of would be a diuretic.
It's my understanding that GMS is still banned under the NCAA.
Glycergrow itself is not actually banned by the NCAA directly. NCAA rules as well as the IOC ban all diuretics because of their popularity of being used as urinary masking agents to hide doping agents like anabolic steroids.
it was directly banned. at the time of its inception, the GMS in it was on the banned list. to the best of my knowledge, that is no longer the case and isnt stated on the label anymore
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The reason for glycegrow ban is that WADA has put glycerol on the banned substance list. The reason is not the performance enhancing effect but rather that it can be misused as a masking agent for other doping substances.