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Performance Enhancing Drug Abuse in Sports - Patch.com

Performance Enhancing Drug Abuse in Sports Patch.com Those who use Performance-Enhancing Drugs (PEDs) do it for different reasons, ranging from a professional athlete who took steroids to have an edge on his competition, to a college student who...
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Dr. Lehman: Baseball's Performance Enhancing Drugs Scandal ...

(KTVI) - The baseball world was rocked last Tuesday when ESPN's "Outside the Lines" reported that up to 20 players could be receiving suspensions due to their connection with Tony Bosch and Biogenesis.
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Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle: Why he came to Iowa, why he stayed - DesMoinesRegister.com

Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle: Why he came to Iowa, why he stayed
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Once the toast of the Iowa football program, Doyle's legacy as the team's strength and conditioning coach now is being tested.
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Gaining Weight and Organic Whey Protein

Taking organic whey protein or any other food choices as a replacement for meals when you wanted to lose and maintain weight, one of your first concern is whether you are going to gain back the weight after you stop consuming the whey protein. The supplement isn't the only determiner on regardless of whether you are likely to lose or add weight or if you can maintain your present body mass. Essentially, it'll all be dependent on your diet and the frequency of your exercise. Organic whey protein as a food supplement or those in powder form often has the most modest calorie content. This is the reason why it is commonly endorsed for folk who wanted to shed pounds or as general meal replacement. It should be known that a 30-grams scoop of an unflavored organic whey protein contains 110 calories, 2 grams of fat, 1 grams of carbohydrates, 1 grams of sugar, 23 grams of protein and no fiber. Your total calorie intake determines the volume of weight that you will be losing or gaining. For you to add weight you must consume more calories compare to the volume you're burning. So if you give-up consuming organic whey protein yet keep all the other aspects of your diet as it is, then you'll be consuming fewer calories every day, this is likelier to result to weight control. You'll only gain weight if you will be replacing organic whey protein with foods that contains higher calories and perform less exercise to aid in burning the additional calories. Additionally, the quantity of exercise or any physical activities that you perform to help burn energy can help from gaining back weight regardless of whether you stop taking in whey protein and turn to eating calorie-laden food. The North American Council on Exercising is recommending at least 3 and a half hours of active exercise or activities each week. You can combine strength coaching, flexibility exercises and cardiovascular activity. Though physical activities and intake of calories are the number one factors that involves weight management, it should not be forgotten that genetics and metabolic rates are also prime players in this matter. As one of the best sources of protein, whey gives someone a feeling of satiation or an extended fullness. Not a lot of foods have this capability. It is suggested that you look for energy-dense foods like vegetables and fruit that can help you satisfy you hunger without giving you lots of calories and fat grams in replacing of organic whey protein. Brandon Gilbert is an herbal expert, educator, and avid blogger who has dedicated his to constant learning and education. You can find out more about Organic Whey Protein checking out this work on how organic whey protein benefits the body in a profusion of ways.


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Taking organic whey protein or any other food choices as a replacement for meals when you wanted to lose and maintain weight, one of your first concern is whether you are going to gain back the weight after you stop consuming the whey protein. The supplement isn't the only determiner on regardless of whether you are likely to lose or add weight or if you can maintain your present body mass. Essentially, it'll all be dependent on your diet and the frequency of your exercise. Organic whey protein as a food supplement or those in powder form often has the most modest calorie content. This is the reason why it is commonly endorsed for folk who wanted to shed pounds or as general meal replacement. It should be known that a 30-grams scoop of an unflavored organic whey protein contains 110 calories, 2 grams of fat, 1 grams of carbohydrates, 1 grams of sugar, 23 grams of protein and no fiber. Your total calorie intake determines the volume of weight that you will be losing or gaining. For you to add weight you must consume more calories compare to the volume you're burning. So if you give-up consuming organic whey protein yet keep all the other aspects of your diet as it is, then you'll be consuming fewer calories every day, this is likelier to result to weight control. You'll only gain weight if you will be replacing organic whey protein with foods that contains higher calories and perform less exercise to aid in burning the additional calories. Additionally, the quantity of exercise or any physical activities that you perform to help burn energy can help from gaining back weight regardless of whether you stop taking in whey protein and turn to eating calorie-laden food. The North American Council on Exercising is recommending at least 3 and a half hours of active exercise or activities each week. You can combine strength coaching, flexibility exercises and cardiovascular activity. Though physical activities and intake of calories are the number one factors that involves weight management, it should not be forgotten that genetics and metabolic rates are also prime players in this matter. As one of the best sources of protein, whey gives someone a feeling of satiation or an extended fullness. Not a lot of foods have this capability. It is suggested that you look for energy-dense foods like vegetables and fruit that can help you satisfy you hunger without giving you lots of calories and fat grams in replacing of organic whey protein. Brandon Gilbert is an herbal expert, educator, and avid blogger who has dedicated his to constant learning and education. You can find out more about Organic Whey Protein checking out this work on how organic whey protein benefits the body in a profusion of ways.

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Rat poison strychnine was an early performance-enhancing drug - io9

Rat poison strychnine was an early performance-enhancing drug - io9 | ethics in sports | Scoop.it
Rat poison strychnine was an early performance-enhancing drug
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Today's performance-enhancing drugs take years to severely damage an athlete's health. Back in 1904, they didn't have time for such things.
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DETROIT TIGERS: Jhonny Peralta's name found in performance-enhancing ... - Southgate News Herald

DETROIT TIGERS: Jhonny Peralta's name found in performance-enhancing ...
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... linked to PEDs. The story was first broken by the Miami New Times in early February. Peralta issued a statement through his attorney Barry Boss on Feb.
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Johnny O'Connor: The truth about performance-enhancing drugs ...

Johnny O'Connor: The truth about performance-enhancing drugs ... | ethics in sports | Scoop.it
This week, Johnny enters into the debate about performance-enhancing drugs – and says that while sport needs stringent testing in order to maintain integrity, athletes also need protection from themselves.
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15-Seconds Blog: Broken Bonds of Livestrong

15-Seconds Blog: Broken Bonds of Livestrong | ethics in sports | Scoop.it

Half measures rarely work in sports or apologies. The media are reporting that Nike is cutting ties with Livestrong, the cancer-fighting foundation started by Lance Armstrong. Armstrong himself broke away from Livestrong months ago in hopes of minimizing the blow back  the charity received from news that the bicyclist finally admitted the long-rumored story that he had used performance enhancing drugs. The New York Times today reminds us that Nike stood by Tiger Woods after his reputation had a collision with a fire hydrant - and it initiate a new endorsement deal with Michael Vick after the quarterback got out of prison where he did time because of his role in dog fighting ring. But Nike is abandoning the Foundation built on Armstrong's reputation....


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Lance Armstrong's PR fail impacts Nike reputation and sponsorship deal with cancer foundation.

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Report: Some 20 baseball players may face suspension in doping scandal

Report: Some 20 baseball players may face suspension in doping scandal | ethics in sports | Scoop.it
Major League Baseball is set to suspend some 20 players in the coming weeks due to a scandal involving performance-enhancing drugs, according to an ESPN report.

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