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Singh admits to using banned substance 7 years 2 months ago #59624

Here we go I read this article early this morning.. I have have to admit I am surprized that it's VJ . With the way golfers are working out buffing up I expect more to come...

Link to Article from Golf Channel: www.golfchannel.com/news/golftalkcentral...ed-banned-substance/
Last Edit: 7 years 2 months ago by The Golf Father.

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Wow.... he is cleaning house winning every tournment he has played in since using this. :whistle:

I don't think it's helping much. :pinch:

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I'm sorry, but isn't altering your diet and exercising also "performance enhancing"?

Is diet modification and exercise really "natural"?

And, in theory, everything is natural. We as humans cannot "create" something. We simply move stuff around on the molecular level to make new compounds. The basic components were always there. To me it makes as much sense to ban a manufactured drug as it does to ban a manufactured food.

I think flour and cocoa and sugar are OK, but those damned brownies have got to be stopped!

Why is a vitamin supplement OK and some Moose Antler fuzz not?

If eating a natural growing plant (say a potato) was discovered to give someone an athletic advantage, what would they do then, ban potatoes?

Someone needs to get a grip on all of this.

As for me....meh.
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Re: Singh admits to using banned substance 7 years 2 months ago #59633

GolfDawg wrote:
I'm sorry, but isn't altering your diet and exercising also "performance enhancing"?

Is diet modification and exercise really "natural"?

And, in theory, everything is natural. We as humans cannot "create" something. We simply move stuff around on the molecular level to make new compounds. The basic components were always there. To me it makes as much sense to ban a manufactured drug as it does to ban a manufactured food.

I think flour and cocoa and sugar are OK, but those damned brownies have got to be stopped!

Why is a vitamin supplement OK and some Moose Antler fuzz not?

If eating a natural growing plant (say a potato) was discovered to give someone an athletic advantage, what would they do then, ban potatoes?

Someone needs to get a grip on all of this.

As for me....meh.

I dont think those Rocky Mountain Oysters you are eating GD are working for you! :whistle:

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According to the report, Singh paid one of the company’s owners $9,000 last November for the spray, chips, beam ray and powder additive. He also reportedly uses the spray “every couple of hours … every day,” and “sleeps with the beam ray on and has put chips on his ankles, waist and shoulders.”


“sleeps with the beam ray on"

Allrighty then!

Horse, look out, I am going to wear my foil hat to bed Saturday night in preparation for our match Sunday!
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GolfDawg wrote:
I'm sorry, but isn't altering your diet and exercising also "performance enhancing"?

Is diet modification and exercise really "natural"?

And, in theory, everything is natural. We as humans cannot "create" something. We simply move stuff around on the molecular level to make new compounds. The basic components were always there. To me it makes as much sense to ban a manufactured drug as it does to ban a manufactured food.

I think flour and cocoa and sugar are OK, but those damned brownies have got to be stopped!

Why is a vitamin supplement OK and some Moose Antler fuzz not?

If eating a natural growing plant (say a potato) was discovered to give someone an athletic advantage, what would they do then, ban potatoes?

Someone needs to get a grip on all of this.

As for me....meh.

I'm actually on the same page as you Dawg. I think using natural supplements is just using nature. Obviously things that are chemically enhanced or synthetically produced in a lab are a bit questionable.