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Archive for November 26th, 2012

by Craig Titus
Craig Titus

This column does not represent the opinions or views of IronMagazine, it’s advertisers or affiliates. Craig’s column is unedited and for entertainment purposes only, read at your own risk.
As a well known ladies man, can you describe the wildest night out you can remember?

Wow, where do I start? Which night out do I consider the wildest and what distinguishes one night being more wild ten another? Ok, so let’s break it down…is it a more wild evening if there’s three girls involved, or possible more wild if both of the ladies are married, or is it more wild if a wealthy business man pay’s me a tidy sum to bang his young trophy wife while he watches? I honestly don’t think I can refer to one specific night being the wildest…there are more fantasy evenings then I could even remember. For example, you have the time Chris Cormier I and competed at the Australian Grand Prix.
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Nandrolone decanoate (Deca), the active ingredient in Deca-Durabolin, may cause brain damage. According to researchers at Semnan University in Iran nandrolone injections reduce problem-solving capacity after as little as four weeks. In lab animals. We’re not convinced yet. The Iranians did experiments with male rats. Half of the animals were given an injection containing 15 mg nandrolone decanoate per kg bodyweight every four days for a period of four weeks. [ND] Converting this to the human equivalent would mean that a pharmacological bodybuilder weighing 100 kg who injects once a week would have a dose of 570 mg nandrolone decanoate per week. Not an amount that would cause raised eyebrows in doping circles.
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by Tom Venuto

What is the best time of day to work out? I wouldn’t blame you if you were confused about this because everyone seems to have an opinion: Conventional wisdom says train in the morning to start your day right and improve compliance. Past research has uncovered evidence that training in the late afternoon gives you the best results. In recent years, a number of training experts have claimed that neither of these times are ideal and that you should actually train at night. A recent analysis published in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research has shed some new light on the controversy.
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