Interesting Article on Tbol and Baseball

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I'm lost.
I have no idea what your comment means.
Did you disagree with a certain aspect of the article?
It's ok to disagree, but your comment honestly doesn't tell me anything about your thoughts.
Do you believe the word Tbol to be "bullocks"?

BTW, the photo is a pic of a bullocks cart.
Context is everything.

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Oooh, now I see : )

Obviously I meant to say that the paragraph I quoted is bollocks. Tbol is not useless and the guy saying it is, is just trying to lie him self out of a bad situation. And if he is actually innocent, the comment still applies, as tbol is useful, just as any other aas is. It doesn't matter if it's old or not. All aas are "old". Maybe it makes sense for a baseball player to take something else? I don't know. What do they need? Better recovery so they can train more and more stamina? They don't run that much do they? Maybe they should be doping with a combo of benzos and modafinil or amphetamines combined with GW. Heh

Anyway, the guy saying tbol doesn't make much sense with the comment that it's old chit, is full of it.

Re image; yeah, wtf is a bullock cart lol? Looks like the cart is attached to the cows or bulls others/balls.
 
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Oooh, now I see : )

Obviously I meant to say that the paragraph I quoted is bollocks. Tbol is not useless and the guy saying it is, is just trying to lie him self out of a bad situation. And if he is actually innocent, the comment still applies, as tbol is useful, just as any other aas is. It doesn't matter if it's old or not. All aas are "old". Maybe it makes sense for a baseball player to take something else? I don't know. What do they need? Better recovery so they can train more and more stamina? They don't run that much do they? Maybe they should be doping with a combo of benzos and modafinil or amphetamines combined with GW. Heh

Anyway, the guy saying tbol doesn't make much sense with the comment that it's old chit, is full of it.

Re image; yeah, wtf is a bullock cart lol? Looks like the cart is attached to the cows or bulls others/balls.
Ohhhh ....
Yeah, I 100% agree.

Tbol was a HUGE reason that East German and Soviet-Bloc countries won so many medals in the Olympics.
It works.

I think it would be great for Baseball.

The cart ... I'm not sure, man.

After your comment, I refuse to look at the pic any more.

LOL.
 

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Given tbol was the drug of choice for the hugely dominant Russian doping program I think ‘useless is doing it a disservice’.

do I believe these guys are innocent and getting false positives, do i ****. I think they used, thought they’d cleared the drug, then the testing improved and they got caught.

some people would say that almost no one at the top of any sport where strength is a key component is clean.
 

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I think he was was not calling Tbol useless to take. Instead he was saying that it was dumb to take because of how long the detection times are known to be by everyone, and that nobody in their right minds would take that risk.
 
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I think he was was not calling Tbol useless to take. Instead he was saying that it was dumb to take because of how long the detection times are known to be by everyone, and that nobody in their right minds would take that risk.

It's an interesting article.

It states that (at least) several players and former players had tested positive for the (supposed) metabolite YEARS later, even though there was no evidence of (or admitted) redosing.
 

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It's an interesting article.

It states that (at least) several players and former players had tested positive for the (supposed) metabolite YEARS later, even though there was no evidence of (or admitted) redosing.
Right? "Years" That is crazy long ,and an eternity to a pro athlete.
 

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