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Performance enhancement in Athletes

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David Topper

on 19 May 2010

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Performance Enhancement in Athletes Steroids Stimulants Buffering Agents What is A Steroid? Who uses them? Any Substance that enhances energy production, use, or bodily recovery and provides an athlete with a competitive edge. Performance enhancement defined: Beta Alanine Caffeine How it Works Creatine How it works Vitamins and
Minerals Whats the Difference? Vitamin B6 Salmon
The Vitamins that
really make a difference Pump your iron calcium
The world's most popular Drug Types of Steriods Daily Values
Claim to fame Claim to fame Who's using it Now? Who's using it Now? Amphetamines Want to win the
Olympics? Potasium Whats the Difference? Bannana Capsules How it Works Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
Vitamin B3 (niacin or)
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride)
Vitamin B7 (biotin)
Vitamin B9 (folic acid)
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) where can it be found in foods? Dangers?
Side Effects? 9 mg Per Bar 35 mg per 12 ounces 160 mg per 16 ounces 260 mg per 12 ounces Proffessional Body builders
Fitness models
Christian Boeving Androgenic Steroids Cortico Steroids Anabolic Steroids
Football or baseball players, wrestlers – players of sports that depend on strength and size
Track and field athletes and swimmers – those who need endurance
Any person interested in building and developing their muscles Androgenic Effects may include:
Male secondary sex Characteristics
Shrinking of the testes (men)
breast development (men)
Infertility (men and women)
Increased cardiovascular health risks
High Blood Pressure
increased risk of cancers

B-Vitamins Minerals Critical Minerals for strength
and endurance athletes Sunny D? Vitamins C and E Antioxidants
Anadrol (oxymetholone)
Dianabol (methandrostenolone)
Winstrol (stanozolol) Man-made steroids that mimic the activity of cortisone
Cortisone is produced naturally in the body and is involved in regulating inflammation, thus dealing with injury What are they? Common Uses Used in Asthma Inhalers
treatment of joint pain or inflammation
Catabolic Common Uses Building skeletal Muscle Size
Building skeletal muscle strength Common Anabolic Steroids 50 mg 1.15 mg per 6 oz fillet Recomended Daily value: 2mg 422 mg Recomended Daily Value: 3500 mg 99 mg Will never represent an athlete The History of Performance Enhancements in sports Date/Event/Sport 776 BC - 393 BC
Ancient Greeks Use Performance Enhancing Drugs
(Olympics) 100 AD
Roman Gladiators Use Stimulants and Hallucinogens to Prevent Fatigue and Injury Historical Timeline
History of Performance Enhancing Drugs in Sports 1928
First Rule Against
Doping in Sports
(Track and Field) 1958
FDA Approves First Anabolic Steroid for Sale in US Feb. 1968
First Drug Testing at Olympic Games
(Olympics) Sep. 27, 1988
Ben Johnson Stripped of Gold Medal after Positive Drug Test
(Olympics, Track and Field) Jan. 11, 2010
Mark McGwire Admits to Using Steroids During His Baseball Career
International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF) Types of Caffeine Caffeine
Processing Direct Contact Method Water Processing Carbon Dioxide Processing Energy Preserver Vasodialator Mental Stimulant How it Works Fatigue Alertness Don't Cheat... Clinicaly Proven
Train harder and Longer
Powerful, sports enhancer
Complemented with Creatine
Addition of lean muscle mass Carnosine Levels Muscular Fatigue Complete more sets/reps Win the National Championships Relatively New Substance in Performance Ehancement market
Increase in muscular size and strength
Increase in bodily output power
Used in short duration high intensity exercises
Clinicaly Proven Creatine Phospate ATP Muscle Acidity Temporarily preserves carbohydrate transfer to ATP Pioneering endurance athletes Strength & Power Athletes Don't Take These... please Produces the Secondary Male Characteristics plus many negatice effects:
Increase in Body hair
Increased larynx length
Shrunken male sex organs
Enlarged female sex organs
Increased chance of male pattern baldness
= + Similar chemical structure to Adrenalin reaction time,
cognitive function,
decrease a sense of fatigue and
increase euphoria Risks? Studies Show higher
doses tend to cause : High risk Behaviors
An inability to focus attention
motor excitation
Time distortion
poor balance and coordination
inability to follow directions
1. Its quite illegal! - to consume without prescription
and especialy in competative sports 1. Ilegal without a "testosterone deficiency"
and a doctor's prescription Dangers?
Side Effects? Insomnia
a decrease in athletic performance
Dehydration Caffeine in high doses may cause: Calories burned a day:
~3000+ Depending On Weight
Calories burned a day:
~3200+ Depending On Weight
Swimmer Football Player Track Sprinter Calories burned a day:
~2800+ Depending On Weight
-Breathe Easy 10X Prevent Radical Damage Dangers?
Side Effects? Vitamin Or Mineral Overdose may Cause:
Nerve Damage
Organ Damage (especialy liver)
Low Blood Pressure

Too much of a good thing is always bad... Performance enhancement
in Society The American
Attitude? Morals? My Experience 182 159 142 Perseverance
Hard Work
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