Clemens denies using steroids, HGH, and other performance enhancing drugs:
Bill Clinton denies having sex with Monica Lewinsky in the White House:
Does the video of Roger Clemens sound similar to the video of Bill Clinton in some way?
That’s a tough question. Of course, I was a Clemens fan but never a Clinton fan. Clinton’s lie was very easy for me to see through and I was appalled so many people wanted to believe him.
When I watched Roger, I thought “Oh, he has decided to take the Clinton route – deny, deny, deny.”
As much as I would like to believe Roger, I cannot. I do not think his trainer has any reason to lie.
by: Ron C
on: 7th January 08
What do you think of herbal HGH stimulators? I read that they are safer then synthedic injections that the docotor would perscribe because herbal has no horomones in it. I read that over time it can increase your height by 2 inches.
Have you ever tried any of these? and what were your results?
I’m 20 and I never had a growth spirt so i would like to try something natural to increase my height.
A few things that help…
I was 5’1 at 27. now I am turning 28 in a month and I am 5’6. I grew the most during this summer because I actually started using super-growth 6 month course.
the following helped me and still help:
1) Drinking at least 2 big glasses of milk a day.
2.) playing basketball and going swimming. Basketball really helps, and you should also work out your calves and thigh muscles, that helps too.
3)Eat alot, because when I started to get taller I didn’t gain a pound but I looked skinnier.
4) http://www.super-growth.com this is another natural solution to grow taller and quicker
on: 18th October 08
i saw that stuff at smoothie king and wondered but i thought hgh only worked if it was injected
It’s good you are skeptical. A fountain of youth available from a smoothie shop should set off anyone’s scam alarm bells. If it worked it would be the hottest item on the market, it would be in every science and health journal, every doctor would prescribe it.
“Twenty-Five Ways to Spot Quacks and Vitamin Pushers”
by: Gary Y
on: 21st August 09
I’ve been searching for the answer but seems to be nowhere. Should I start taking it already? I’m 24.
In a female body, hgh stops secreting normally at the age of 18 so you could have started taking it at around 20 but these serovital hgh works at any age so its never too late.
by: Ghoshal Sautik
on: 28th August 13
what should i do?and what is (hgh)?should i drink those?
Masturbating has nothing to do with this so I don’t even know why it was mentioned…
HGH is human growth hormone. This can be dangerous to take especially before and during puberty. Plus, if you wanted to play sports in high school, you can’t take HGH or you’ll be banned. It’s just better not to take it.
by: Sean B
on: 6th April 10
How come some people (maybe not you who’s reading this) that just because a player is good and has muscles means he’s on steroids or HGH or any otherr Performance enhancing drug? I really hate it when people say that Pujols or players like that are on steroids.
You are right many people seem to think that way. I think it is because of the media attention of the ones who have used steriods. It hurts all of them. I’m a big Pujols fan. I think if he had ever used steriods, he would have been caught with all the people saying/thinking he used them.
Maybe they will start testing all of them so many times a year and leave no doubt. And, get the focus back on baseball!!
on: 23rd December 07
Hgh School History project. Due this Thursday .
on: 18th March 08
The decline in HGH is not the only cause of the manifestations of aging. Even if our HGH levels remained at the level of a 25 year-old, we would continue to experience the effects of aging, but those effects would be greatly reduced until we reached a very advanced age. HGH does not affect the root cause of aging, as measured by maximum lifespan, but it can certainly affect many of the manifestations of aging.
By increasing the levels of HGH in our bodies, we can slow, or even reverse, many of the manifestations of aging. It must be done carefully, though, and under medical supervision. Ideally, this HGH replacement should begin at about the age of 30 years, but HGH replacement can be beneficial at any age above 30. In fact, for older people, HGH therapy can reverse the manifestations of aging by 5 to 15 years or more. There is no other single therapy currently available that can have the impact on the aging body that HGH can have.
What HGH therapy can do:
Reduce excess body fat, especially abdominal fat. (The reduction of abdominal fat is the single most profound effect of HGH replacement in many people.)
Increase muscle mass (and physical strength if combined with moderate exercise).
Reduce wrinkling of the skin and some other effects of skin aging.
Re-grow certain internal organs that have atrophied with age.
Increase bone density.
Strengthen the immune system.
Reverse cognitive decline.
Stimulate production of the bone marrow cells that produce red blood cells.
Reduce the probability that you will spend the last years of your life in a nursing home.
HGH slows the progression of cardiovascular disease, and reduces the risk of death from cardiovascular disease, in individuals with natural growth hormone levels that are below average for the age of the individual. HGH can also slow the progression of cardiovascular disease by improving one’s cholesterol profile. There is increasing evidence over the past year or two that maintaining healthy growth hormone levels results in a stronger heart. Individuals with low growth hormone levels have an overall increased risk of death due to cardiovascular disease. Low growth hormone levels cause a particularly large increase in the risk of stroke as compared with individuals receiving growth hormone replacement.
on: 26th September 11
It should be D… antidiuretic hormone. Right?
on: 4th August 09
Rodney Harrison returned to practice on Wednesday morning, having completed his four-week suspension for his admission that he purchased and used HGH. It is still undetermined by Belichick if he’s going to play Harrison or not. Whether he plays or not, do you agree that it’s the right thing for the league?
And I know this is more common in the NFL than MLB or any other sport, but still is “cheating” okay in today’s society? You “cheat”, you get a slap on the wrist, sit out a few games, or in Belichick’s case, sit out zero games and get a tap on the wrist, then go right back to the field.
In today’s world, is it okay to do “whatever” it takes to be #1?
“There’s no crying in football”
But in there cheating in football?
As long as you take half a million away from a guy and then turn the other way, like nothing ever happened, that makes it alright?
I have said it many times before and I will say it until I’m blue in the face! We don’t know how far back Belichick was “cheating”, so I don’t even look at the Pats the same anymore.
With Harrison coming back, it’s just icing on the cake for me!
on: 4th October 07