Thread: whats a good steroid for....
08-05-2003, 02:29 PM #1
whats a good steroid for....
Im looking for a steroid that would help out with cardiovascular workouts and such
I do alot of running and swimming (when I get a chance) and I was wondering if theres a steroid I could use that would make my blood basically more efficient
what I mean by that is something where i.e. swimming I could hold my breath longer or in running I dont get so out of breath when running
is there a specific one I could use?
08-05-2003, 02:30 PM #2
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08-05-2003, 10:52 PM #4
I believe that you can train your lungs to get stronger. Lifting weights, believe it or not. Is great for building lung capacity. I remember years ago seeing some big bastard on t.v. blow up one of those rubber hot water pillows like a ballon and it popped. Unfuckinbelievable! But True
08-06-2003, 12:00 AM #5
"hot water pillows"
That shit made me spit protein shake on my screen......christ thats funny.
Dude, those pillows are for holding hot water to squirt up your ass...!
I cant stop laughing...
Please dont take this as a flame, just unintended humor!
08-06-2003, 12:00 AM #6Originally Posted by Cleaner13
Usually this is where I would give my magic mountains where virgins grow on trees speech. However, in this case you might want to try a magic lamp.
08-06-2003, 01:12 AM #7Originally Posted by pumpseeker
08-06-2003, 10:45 AM #8
Do a search on the 2002 Winter Olympics. The XC skiers used a drug and I can't remember the name of it but it makes the blood more efficient. It was new but they still got busted for it. I'm sure a simple search will get you the name of it since there were 3 I believe. This board I'm sure wouldn't have any info on it since many of use to get big. The only other thing that could help is blood dopping but I wouldn't try that unless you had a medical professional helping you out.
08-06-2003, 10:50 AM #9
Just found the name.
It's called Darbepoetin and it acts like an EPO in boosting production of oxygen-rich red blood cells.
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