Why I'm Against Anti-Doping Part 1

2.04.2021
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Link to Part 2: fiworld.info/goon/e62p37HWqJikmZE/videot.html
Disclaimer:
This is an educational video which does not glorify or advocate drug use.
This is just a criticism of anti-doping.
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References:
East German Doping Document:
academic.oup.com/clinchem/article/43/7/1262/5640958
Passing T/E ratio test with testosterone enanthate:
pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/17530941/
Differences in testosterone secretion:
academic.oup.com/jcem/article/91/2/687/2843517
Designer steroids:
www.ergogenics.org/anabolenboek/index18en.html
German doping documentary:
fiworld.info/goon/doC94I_VtWaOfGw/videot.html
McLaren Report:
www.wada-ama.org/sites/default/files/resources/files/mclaren_report_part_ii_2.pdf
A summary of WADA investigations (urine substitution, doppelgängers) :
www.wada-ama.org/sites/default/files/resources/files/iwf_global_report.pdf
News reports:
www.weightliftinghouse.com/category/news/
www.allthingsgym.com/
www.insidethegames.biz/
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Kommentteja
  • Hey guys, I made a follow-up video because it was definitely needed. This whole topic is endless and fascinating, you can really talk about it for hours. If you have any doubts about my arguments in this video then I highly recommend checking out part 2 Link to Part 2: fiworld.info/goon/e62p37HWqJikmZE/videot.html

    Clarence0Clarence03 päivää sitten
    • Do a video on why you became vegan.

      Jake SimmondsJake SimmondsPäivä sitten
    • simple reality -- as long as winning is better than losing people will find ways to improve their odds

      David ChiuDavid Chiu2 päivää sitten
    • heres a possibility -- just require a responsible party like a doctor or nation-state certify the athlete isnt getting into a dangerous state of overuse and be responsible for their life-long care if his/her liver suddenly fails

      David ChiuDavid Chiu2 päivää sitten
    • Suspicious.

      gb_2000gb_20002 päivää sitten
  • In a perfect world no one would cheat in drug tested leagues and it would be fair. In reality, someone will always find a way to use drugs in drug-tested sports.

    bungus chanbungus chan3 tuntia sitten
  • Yep, but USA is not clean.

    Raw8LifterRaw8Lifter6 tuntia sitten
  • Nailed it

    Patrick DeiningerPatrick Deininger8 tuntia sitten
  • banish death... instill life...

    Bradley HaufBradley Hauf14 tuntia sitten
  • One of the best videos I've seen in a long time. Truly brilliant. You should do a feature length documentary on this subject, joining these videos into it.

    AnthonyAnthony16 tuntia sitten
  • People who don't know much about professional athletics live with the naïve ideal that in a perfect world, drugs are cheating and of course you can't cheat to win as a professional athlete because that just isn't allowed. Whether you agree that it should be allowed or not doesn't really matter, because it simply is and that isn't going to change anytime soon, no matter what laws or regulations are put in place. Better to simply draw attention to the reality of it so people can educate themselves on what it really is and what it means for pro athletes and maybe also how it can be done more safely. No amount of regulation or precautions have managed to stop it yet and doubtful any ever will because the reality is that most organizers and sponsors secretly don't want it stopped because athletes that can perform beyond natural ability draw more money and attention to the sport and the athletes themselves have to continue to push to keep up with that demand. Excellent work Clarence.

    upinarms79upinarms7920 tuntia sitten
  • watching this made me not want to work out lol

    Simple cbSimple cbPäivä sitten
  • Cycling has had drugs for 40+ years... Dog and horse racing even longer... and body building has much to be blamed for introducing many drugs to other sports... Corrupt, immoral countries, who only esteem athletes who win gold, cheat for prestige...I know of many clean athletes who never succeeded in their chosen sports because the playing field wasn't level. Unfortunately, there will always be cheats

    David SpriggsDavid SpriggsPäivä sitten
  • Did you imply that Usian Bolt was also on enhanced? Or that he was sick of competing against drug users?

    Miguel OharaMiguel OharaPäivä sitten
    • Usain Bolt is enhanced

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • Clarence, please do some cardio and ease down on dbol. You seem out of breath just talking.

    Analog FishAnalog FishPäivä sitten
  • Do a video on why you became vegan.

    Jake SimmondsJake SimmondsPäivä sitten
  • I disagree. Look at the UFC. The USADA is cleaning up the sport pretty good.

    WB LWB LPäivä sitten
    • @benadryl cabbagepatch well you can have your opinion but if you read USADA protocol, even if you have access to short metabolite PED, its difficult to hide it. plus, IV is considered PED now that its banned and steroid is just one example of PED. USADA cathces all kinds of PEDS, not just steroids. your blatant statement of 'everyone is on steroid' show that you take a simplistic approach and over generalize. we know ani-doping isn't 100% but you cannot deny getting randomly tested 20 times a year vs no anti-doping the consequences are obvious. also everything you say is just word of mouth there is no evidence to support of it. its the same criticism i give to clarence.

      WB LWB LPäivä sitten
    • @WB L costa got busted for using IV, not for steroids and rodolfo never got busted. Also passing drug tests does not mean a fighter is clean. Ngannou is not a bodybuilder, he's an MMA fighter that engages in cardio-intensive energy-consuming training on a regular basis AND is able to not only build but maintain his level of musculature on top of said training. Everybody's on steroids

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
    • @benadryl cabbagepatch they all god busted. including costa. in no way nganu juicing when he gets tested 18 times a year. i rest my case.

      WB LWB LPäivä sitten
    • No it isn't. Fighters are still juicing. All the Brazilians are on steroids, look at paulo costa and rodolfo viera, and all the female Brazilian fighters sound like dudes. USADA is a joke.

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • Welkome to the world my friend! This happens in every institution on earth...

    Elise PringelsElise PringelsPäivä sitten
  • So does this mean Russian mma fighters are using drugs that are undetectable to the UFC and that’s why they are dominating? Because although they seem healthy, they are always getting sick! Unlock fighters from every other country.

    iForgot160iForgot160Päivä sitten
  • I fully agree that most of if not all top level athletes are on drugs. But can someone help me understand why most aren’t caught? I know there’s ways to cheat and I also know that the best of the best (Ronaldo, bolt, Lebron) are given special treatment because of who they are and the money they bring in. But what I don’t understand is people like Aphiwe Dyantyi, he is a professional rugby player that played internationally for South Africa. He was one of if not the best winger at the time when he got caught for doping and was given a 4 year suspension. Why? Why do only some top athletes get caught instead of being allowed to get away with it? Is it just to make it look like they’re testing properly or is it just some other sort of corruption?

    efield1008efield10082 päivää sitten
  • I lost it at 9:36 😭☠

    Muheed 7Muheed 72 päivää sitten
  • 20:45 looks like the girl turns into a man hahahaha??

    Martin EllisMartin Ellis2 päivää sitten
  • Brilliantly done.

    Randy LaheyRandy Lahey2 päivää sitten
  • It's the same in online gaming, none of the kids seem aware of the cheating.

    Dead By DaylightDead By Daylight2 päivää sitten
  • Number 🌳 He finished 💩 place

    Haden WilkinsonHaden Wilkinson2 päivää sitten
  • Great video. Really informed me. Respect the honesty.

    Michael McFaddenMichael McFadden2 päivää sitten
  • 18:05 ah so that is why Joe Rogan keeps telling people to take DMT.

    FaustFaust2 päivää sitten
  • That study about microdosing testosterone has a very low N. Only 9 subjects? I'm not disputing the results, but to get a solid statistically valid prediction you would want to bump that N to north of 1000.

    FaustFaust2 päivää sitten
  • “The duchess “ seems like some shitty meme of r/nattyorjuice. Just incredible man...

    Sergio PlacanicaSergio Placanica2 päivää sitten
  • Lmao the video of the Irish Shepard when talking about Ireland hahah

    Jay MoravitzJay Moravitz2 päivää sitten
  • Bill Burr: This fucking guy gets it

    Martin CavazosMartin Cavazos2 päivää sitten
  • imagine the government spending billions on researching safer steroids where we would be right now.

    Isaac sharpIsaac sharp2 päivää sitten
  • My Uncle competed in the Olympics in the 90’s and he confirms that even him was using drugs to compete and passing all the drug tests. He always laugh when someone talks about being Natural!

    Mark MarcoMark Marco2 päivää sitten
  • You're absolutely right. But I think the main problem now is that sports are not about competition anymore. There is so much money and economic interests revolving around it, that its not about winning, losing or just fairly competing. Its mostly about preserving (possibly increasing) the value of the brand (a club or a single athlete), the visibility. In order to do this, u need to be in the elite, even if u dont win titles.

    Alessandro TestaAlessandro Testa2 päivää sitten
  • 👍 ( Denmark )

    Hansen HansenHansen Hansen2 päivää sitten
  • I am not sure I can or can not agree either way. I am an advocate for its your body as long as you are not harming another do as you will. I am also a proponent for just because someone else does something wrong doesn't mean you should.... their lack of integrity does not affect your integrity ! Watched this for my son!

    MemeGam LovieMemeGam Lovie2 päivää sitten
  • its because most people are dumb and know things only when they're being told plainly

    WASDWASD2 päivää sitten
  • 110% agree

    IT & FitnessIT & Fitness2 päivää sitten
  • You just could snitch on someone in Belgium in a gym and they would get tested here... Crazy

    Maxime EveraertsMaxime Everaerts2 päivää sitten
    • That's insane

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

    KBWKBW2 päivää sitten
  • very persuasive

    DoctorHomunculousDoctorHomunculous2 päivää sitten
  • It's all well and good in lifting weights, running and throwing things. You have no idea the damage this would cause in boxing or MMA. This is a life changing sport, some level of protection is better than none.

    Liam WolstenholmeLiam Wolstenholme2 päivää sitten
    • The incentive to use PEDs is even greater in combat sports

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • are you and saab too much of bitches to have a real conversation or not come on lets get to the bottom of this guys yall both intelligent we gotta get somewhere with this

    Action ThraxinAction Thraxin2 päivää sitten
  • Bro this legit blew my mind a real eye opener I honestly believed all olympic athletes were natural

    Jayde OchineroJayde Ochinero2 päivää sitten
  • capitalism lowkey at it again

    PP3 päivää sitten
  • Plus, some people that have been sick can produce more a or less testosterone too, like a guy with one in the ballsack after a cancer... That's why those test are biased from the beginning

    Chemist716Chemist7163 päivää sitten
  • It sounds good in theory, but in practice a level playing field is unachivable, countries with more resources always have the advantage no matter what. Also, if dopping was legal, athletes would try to gain an advantage by taking higher and higher doses, and they would be risking their health anyways.

    matriaxpunkmatriaxpunk3 päivää sitten
  • Agree

    Bunta FujiwaraBunta Fujiwara3 päivää sitten
  • God, this is so good. My thoughts exactly, and it's great to hear this from an actually experienced athlete. So tired of hypocrisy. And I'm a fan of all the "dirty" lifters regardless - it just saddens me that they can't just say "yeah, I take drugs; except all my main opponents do too, so I'm still the best in the world" (Ilya, for instance). Lasha, Ilya and other greats would win on ANY playing field, PED-enhanced or perfectly clean.

    Vadim PakhutkinVadim Pakhutkin3 päivää sitten
  • Small balls no medals

    Jose BonillaJose Bonilla3 päivää sitten
  • Sports at the highest level are about pushing the limits of what's POSSIBLE for human beings to accomplish, not what is clean. I don't think that takes away from how impressive the achievements of Olympic athletes are.

    Bennett ConradBennett Conrad3 päivää sitten
    • @benadryl cabbagepatch yes that's why I think Clarence is right.

      Bennett ConradBennett ConradPäivä sitten
    • It's definitely impressive but we can't have people believing that those athletes are natural

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • 4th time watching this video. Great video Clarence.

    Divine PlaceboDivine Placebo3 päivää sitten
  • Also China runs all these international agencies and they will want to keep the boot on everyone else’s neck while they develop their next generation of Frankenstein’s monsters. Hopefully we will have a full squad of dudes in wigs able to compete in the “women’s” bracket at least.

    r gr g3 päivää sitten
  • +Greg doucette brought me here

    Dr. Jaspreet singhDr. Jaspreet singh3 päivää sitten
  • true.

    Thomas KunzThomas Kunz3 päivää sitten
  • Oral Trenbolone? F*ck!

    Petr ModrýPetr Modrý3 päivää sitten
  • American athletes are "cleaner" in a same way committing war crimes is "spreading democracy".

    Planet Kombat1Planet Kombat13 päivää sitten
  • Micro-dosing? Jon Jones picogram?

    nabil ghafarnabil ghafar3 päivää sitten
  • People who have been in the lifting game long enough trying their level best to improve themselves naturally, resisting the urge to take something, only to reach barely decent numbers have all known the fact that top-level athletes are all on gear. At some point, you just give up trying to educate the gullible. Just focus on yourself and have a clear conscience. That's all that matters.

    N-RevN-Rev3 päivää sitten
  • We all know you use drugs, and tbh it sucks.

    Abdellah EL AZHARIAbdellah EL AZHARI3 päivää sitten
  • Doping and drugs in professional and international competition was the hidden arms race of the cold war that hasn't ramped down and, arguably, ramped up.

    GentlemanBystanderGentlemanBystander4 päivää sitten
  • What a boss you are.

    Nikas KlimčiauskasNikas Klimčiauskas4 päivää sitten
  • You should turn your research skills to examining the brainwashed assumptions you have regarding your vegan diet. It takes a holocaust of animals for vegan meals. Cruelty free is a fallacy. Seriously man. False reality in nutrition world too. Good video mate.

    Bacon With BeauBacon With Beau4 päivää sitten
    • @J M I dont deadlift much and dont care. I have researched it a lot and have become better but I'm no pete rubish.

      Bacon With BeauBacon With Beau3 päivää sitten
    • My guy I think you need some research into how to deadlift properly. You round your back a LOT.

      J MJ M3 päivää sitten
  • Really good video. As good as this video is, it's just too hard to fight the narrative of 'competition in sports being fair' that has been fed continuously to the public mind such that without seeing firsthand the rampant use of PEDs inside the sports, the layperson would just not be able to come to terms with the reality of (anti-)doping..

    Vaibhav ThaparVaibhav Thapar4 päivää sitten
  • Great video. Well done. I learned something new and have a more informed opinion.

    Grant WoodGrant Wood4 päivää sitten
  • +Clarence0 Hey Man on your old Q&A Vid the part 2 one, you mentioned you do rear delt flys as your accessory. how many reps do you do on em and do you do them with dumbbells bent over sitting or standing?

    BroskieBroskie4 päivää sitten
  • no matter what, athlete's and lifters will find way to dope. it's just wether they are taking safe PEDs or dangerous risky PEDs, personally I'd never take PEDs but I just lift for fun. not olympic level

    Jon tylerJon tyler4 päivää sitten
  • I agree with alot of what's said, I'm fine with people using peds and think only the most dangerous drugs should be banned. The logic overall is a little screwy though. This is like saying more laws facilitate crime, which they do in some cases looking back at the 1920's with American prohibition, but I'm not sure doing the opposite is so useful. What do we do, have no laws and say the lack of power base from the monopolizers will sort itself out? Don't think the experiment's been done.

    kaga13kaga134 päivää sitten
    • Prohibition does not work because humans are going to use the substances they want to use. Some countries have realized this and decriminalized most drugs, and instead of threatening you with jail time they offer rehabilitation resources to those who want them.

      Enkiri Elite FitnessEnkiri Elite Fitness4 päivää sitten
  • This is one of the many reasons I’ve subscribed to this guy for years, between his research, opinions, and lifting he’s amazing

    Chris DickensonChris Dickenson4 päivää sitten
  • BONE CHILLING SENTENCES : "I cringe when people ask why I dont compete" *next stop* _PHILSBUDMUN_

    Kev699Kev6994 päivää sitten
  • Now you got men taking testosterone blockers so they can compete against women as trans "women" brother!

    SavageRandySavageRandy4 päivää sitten
  • “Because sports is like war telling people to stop using drugs is like going into a war zone and telling both sides they can’t use guns” holy shit Clarence is some kind of Irish vegan weightlifting natty philosopher

    Full SendFull Send4 päivää sitten
    • @Sean Bailey no he literally admitted that he's not natural

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
    • @Full Send It's a joke to keep people guessing, he can't come out and say he's on the gear as he'd miss sponser opportunities, but he also doesn't want to lie. Read between the lines..he was a pro athlete and he says all pros were on gear....

      Sean BaileySean Bailey2 päivää sitten
    • @Sean Bailey it’s a joke. If you look at his last video he says “I’m not natty” as most people already knew. Despite that the average person could take drugs for years and train for years and wouldn’t even come CLOSE to Clarence’s numbers. He’s a different breed of strength and knowledge

      Full SendFull Send3 päivää sitten
    • I don't think Clarence has ever said he's natty.

      Sean BaileySean Bailey4 päivää sitten
  • Amazing video

    Eliote pkEliote pk4 päivää sitten
  • We know you're on juice, dude. It's about as obvious as it gets. No need for videos like this.

    Vespene ProtossVespene Protoss4 päivää sitten
    • What does that have to do with this? Did you even watch the video or just type out a comment that made you look dumb on purpose?

      J MJ M3 päivää sitten
  • True, its unfair to have testing when it's not 100% foolproof. But why do you take PED when you are not even competing?

    Gila BolaGila Bola4 päivää sitten
    • @J M it's the mentality. Competing or not, there are too many people like clarence who feel that they are less of an athlete without PED. People like him is also part of the problem, not just that we dont have 100% foolproof doping test. Test is the lesser evil, because without it, we are still going to have unfair competition due to some countries having access to more advanced PED than others.

      Gila BolaGila Bola2 päivää sitten
    • @Gila Bola So the answer to the problem is do the bare minimum of testing and eventually you'll catch them all years later? 99.9% of pro athletes at the olympics are on some form of PED. How does someone doing them for their own personal reasons affect the olympics? That makes no sense. The PED stuff is being done on a state level, just look at what happened in Sochi.

      J MJ M2 päivää sitten
    • @J M well if people who doesnt even compete like clarence is using PED, of course PED arent going anywhere soon. It will still be unfair even without test, because some countries have superior PED than others. Keeping the test is the lesser evil, because no matter how advance PED are, sooner or later, they will get caught, even if it happens years later.

      Gila BolaGila Bola2 päivää sitten
    • @Gila Bola PEDs arent going anywhere though. They're here to stay and you just have to find a way to deal with it fairly instead of acting like they dont exist.

      J MJ M2 päivää sitten
    • @J M yes i know, even if theres no doping test, it will still be unfair, because countries with the best PED will still have unfair advantage. PED destroys fair competition with or without doping test and people with similar PED mentality like him is part of the problem for sure.

      Gila BolaGila Bola2 päivää sitten
  • Cheers man, great video!

    Juuh ElikkäsJuuh Elikkäs4 päivää sitten
  • I'm just thinking what are the odds that khabib is on peds he was competing on a very high level with a zero lose record that everyone wanted to beat him for it, he must felt immense amount of pressure to not lose meanwhile living in Dagestan with very high connections and corruption he could easily be on peds if he wanted and non could do shit about it... Money talks

    Sultan Al JaberiSultan Al Jaberi4 päivää sitten
  • @ADAMS lul tard

    Glide GuideGlide Guide4 päivää sitten
  • I understand your opinion now, and I completely agree with it

    Yussef CheaitouYussef Cheaitou5 päivää sitten
  • Anyone else think russel orhi is actually a lifetime natural?

    Russell MccuneRussell Mccune5 päivää sitten
    • Russel is about as natty as Mike O'Hearn

      J MJ M3 päivää sitten
  • Professional sports are unhealthy even without the drugs. Constantly pushing your body to the absolute limit is not helathy.

    anomynusanomynus5 päivää sitten
  • I endorse PRIDE JAPAN style contracts....no PED testing at all!!

    anonymousanonymous5 päivää sitten
    • Rizin does that now

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • Wait, you mean Lasha isn't natty? But seriously, thanks for this video. Been waiting for this for a looong time.

    Harris PjHarris Pj5 päivää sitten
  • its not only ped use that makes it much Harder for athletes from many western countries. in many eastern countries or China for example an atlethe is nothing else beside that. a Russian weightlifter doesn't work a normal job for a living. the government pays him everything, the only thing he does is train and compete. to be an athlete is a honorable thing there. in Europe only high level football players are treated like that because the clubs pay so much. and look where the best players come from/ for which clubs they work.

    John DoeJohn Doe5 päivää sitten
  • Here before the FBI barges in.

    MikeMagnumMikeMagnum5 päivää sitten
  • PEDs are bullshit

    SoulSoul5 päivää sitten
  • When it comes on the thing you said about sports being like war. I think for example weightlifting suits are the guns, since they are allowed. Drugs in another hand are like chemical weapons. Really effective but not allowed.

    Erblin LatifiErblin Latifi5 päivää sitten
  • It may be true but, people who don't wish to put stuff in their body, should have a platform to Compete professionally. The main point to professional sports is to see what a natural humanbeing can achieve. If You use bionic arms, that's not normal. Just because some people learn how to drape skin over it or, someone allows certain people To get away with it still doesn't make it right. It's the same thing it's not natural. it's not normal. Other than that, I really like the video Everything he says about the way the system works, is probably true. I just don't agree with giving the whole system over to it, Just because the system is corrupted Nor do I agree with , though I do believe they over demonise it, It being wrong because they say it is wrong. If in the next 100 years everybody thought Hitler was right, (which political is happening with the left, who would condemn him in word but, implement his propaganda policies and Fascist thought control policies,) Hitler would still be wrong. A great percentage of well known scientists believe some odd billion years ago, nothing exploded in created all this complexity, They know that it scientifically impossible, they know that it's very much more likely that there is a creator Yet, it's become very popular to believe that there is no God. its basically the essence of why there is right and wrong. without God there is no right and wrong, this is just another example of how worldviews become popular or unpopular when all the brilliant minds everyone has built their work on formerly were theist because it was the more intellectual conclusion. Anyways, Yes it is against the purpose of the sport because, it's not just about winning, or else we would let dogs compete against humans. Maybe teach a bear how to weightlift We can a win the whole deal. It's not a natural human being competing It's more like having to compete with an engineered mechanism or something that's no longer the way it was created. So yes it is wrong. I'm not sure if there is a fix but, Either way is wrongA corrupted prevention system or boxing out all natural athletes would both be wrong

    Brett HarlessBrett Harless5 päivää sitten
  • I had no idea that even athletes competing in non-strength sports are doping. What sort of stuff would sprinters be taking, steroids?

    MachineMachine5 päivää sitten
    • Yes

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • Awesome video.

    Kai HoKai Ho5 päivää sitten
  • Do soccer players(”footballers”) dope or not, I heard it is very strict and the punishment is big.

    Ahmed Al-EbrashyAhmed Al-Ebrashy5 päivää sitten
    • They do

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • At the bare minimum, this gives me something to think about.

    WCGreenyWCGreeny5 päivää sitten
  • purely gold, this video, a logical explanation and expose

    pwe pwepwe pwe5 päivää sitten
  • well done :)

    Yordan MadzhunkovYordan Madzhunkov5 päivää sitten
  • Off topic question,when will you shift your focus onto powerlifting?

    jeddS26jeddS265 päivää sitten
  • Lmao Brian Shaw pooped up

    Christian GChristian G5 päivää sitten
  • Change will come. Clarence great job!

    chrishenderson420chrishenderson4206 päivää sitten
  • This is an excellent presentation regarding a topic that I did not know much about. More! More, please!

    Carlos CarterCarlos Carter6 päivää sitten
  • My dissapointment is immeasurable and my day is ruined

    Big SmokeBig Smoke6 päivää sitten
  • Wouldn't sport then just descend into which athlete or team has the best chemists and doctors? Not suggesting it already isnt that but what is the alternative?

    Jimmy DangerJimmy Danger6 päivää sitten
    • Pretty much already has......

      Inez MInez M5 päivää sitten
    • You don't need chemists when you can legally get popular anabolics.

      ThomasShatterThomasShatter5 päivää sitten
  • 40 minutes of sanctimonious whining from a steroid junkie trying to justify their heavy drug use and how it's unfair that they're not allowed to use performance enhancing drugs and compete. What a butthurt loser.

    rudolph rudolphrudolph rudolph6 päivää sitten
    • @Clarence0 no, you're just blaming your desire to use steroids on someone else. "oh no, anti-doping agency forced me to use steroids because the anti doping agency is so unfair. Really I don't want to use steroids at all" Get out of here with that fake bs. Here's a question for you. If like you said you knew that you weren't going to compete because anti-doping is so unfair, then why did you take steroids anyway? the fact is that you took them because you wanted to get stronger than you personally would have been able to get naturally.

      rudolph rudolphrudolph rudolphPäivä sitten
    • @Clarence0 The guys a troll, not worth your time Clarence

      J MJ M3 päivää sitten
    • If anti-doping worked 100% of the time in an unreal fantasy world I'd actually be more willing to compete in that compared to competing in an untested federation.

      Clarence0Clarence05 päivää sitten
    • Did you not watch the fucking video? Barely any whining in it, a lot of research was put in and valid points. This is either obvious trolling or someone just coming to hate and didn't watch a single minute. Why don't you counter some of his points? Because a lot of the points he made was actually for the benefit of those who don't want to use drugs.

      Hugo StiglitzHugo Stiglitz5 päivää sitten
    • They put as much work in as everyone else

      Jack ApgarJack Apgar6 päivää sitten
  • Im actually a bit bitter about this subject. When i was younger (and more stupid, more naive) i used to look up to many MMA fighters and wanted to be as good as them. I especially remember looking up to a guy called Alain Ngalani, he was amazingly skilled and if you look it up you can see he has an insane physique as well. When i was like 16 i used to think that if i grow a bit more in height (to 180 cm, like alain) and i train very hard i can be good at martial arts and simultaneously have a physique which is close to his by the time i'm 25. I used to train martial arts every other day and at the gym in between, so very often and very hard from 15-19 Now im 26 and i have been doing massive amounts of physical rehabilitation for all of my twenties to try to fix all the injuries i accumulated from training so hard. I had to give up martial arts and train at the gym only and i had to switch to training bodybuilding style because my body cant handle very heavy loads. I have trained over 10 years, and i have the lifts/physique of a natural who has trained hard/smart for maybe 1.5 years. As a result i fantasize daily about going on TRT so that i could make at least some gains, physique or strength wise, i dont even care anymore. Im finally getting an MRI for my shoulder next week, maybe there is something that can be fixed. Now when i look back at how stupid i was i cringe. This Alain guy is fucking clearly on roids, he would blow natural bodybuilders out the water in a competition and he is not even trying to look swole. All the stuff that happened with the improved testing in UFC, what happened to belfort, overeem etc. proves even more that they are all on gear. If only it had happened a couple years earlier it would have opened my eyes.

    bouncygangstabouncygangsta6 päivää sitten
    • I can't believe you thought ngalani was natural. He's a ripped 230 at 5'11"

      benadryl cabbagepatchbenadryl cabbagepatchPäivä sitten
  • Red pill on doping feels like pill that women dont love men

    Asf AvAsf Av6 päivää sitten
  • Great video, Clarence. This is all so often overlooked.

    SquatWhitneySquatWhitney6 päivää sitten
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