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Old 02-06-09, 10:21 PM   #1
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OK - what did I miss? 2008 science review

Ok, so what's new. What is something or anything we did not know about training and nutrition in 2007, that we now know is important or of value in 2008?

As far as I know - stretching is last year's news - only good for 2nd place or special rehab cases.

Possible, too much Mercury is HFCS - that could accumulate is lard-ass children..... but then again who could tell - they're brain damaged already.

OK so what else?
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CERA is detectable.
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CERA is detectable.
Good one - now what would happen if ALL riders with synthetic carbon-based metabolites were kicked out of the tour -oh wait there was only one guy -Landis.....
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The articles I read about stretching suggested that old school static stretching (reach and hold) is no good whereas dynamic stretching (active movements while reaching) is much better for after warmup/before exercise.

I still stretch after exercise/during recovery though. Feels good to me.
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25% of sampled OTC supplements contaminated with steroids and 11% contaminated with ephedrine - in study done by Informed-Choice.

http://www.steroidreport.com/2007/12...y-supplements/

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/2007-...ts-focus_n.htm

DEA identified 22 dietary supplements containing anabolic steroids
http://www.steroidreport.com/2008/05...olic-steroids/


Antioxidant supplement users do not live longer
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0415194233.htm

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I'm getting free steroids in my supplements?



Sweet!!!
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