Published at Thursday, December 24th 2020. by jack154 in Bodybuilders.
Dexter Jackson is another member of the steroid-free list. He is well known as a steroid abuser who was suspended from the NFL for textures that he used. His suspension was later overturned when it was discovered that the league used in-house testers instead of professional testers. This allowed him to be signed by other teams.
The question many have is how did the NFL get away with Dexter Jackson? There are a lot of suspicions as to how the testing was done. One of the big questions revolves around whether the testers actually used performance-enhancing drugs and whether or not the players took the steroids with an intention to use them for performance enhancement.
If you look at some of the players that were suspended, including standout defensive end Julius Peppers, they all had similar levels of a banned substance in the urine that was drawn. Peppers tested positive for clomiphene citrate, and his urine showed a high level of it in comparison to the norm. Though there were other players that tested positive for steroids, none of them had a concentration as high as those that matched up with what Peppers had in his system.
Dexter Jackson is another example of a player who used performance-enhancing drugs with the intent to enhance his play. A recent article on the AP Sports Telescope mentioned how some players are now being tested for steroids. Dexter Jackson tested positive for clomiphene citrate, which is a substance that can be found in most sports products today. Clomiphene citrate is also used by Olympic athletes and professional bodybuilders. If the testers can find traces of it in someone's urine, it doesn't mean that the athlete is using an illegal substance. Instead, it means that he might be using a substance that is legal but not yet approved by the FDA.
There have been other players that have tested positive for steroids, and there will more be more. As long as there are sports that require the use of these performance-enhancing substances, there will be athletes that trying to get a hold of them. Those who test positive for steroids may not necessarily be cheating. They could just have a genetic predisposition for certain types of athletic activities.
Some examples of performance-enhancing drugs in baseball include orofacial fluid, testosterone, and growth hormone. The term ee, or epicatechin, comes from the fact that Dexter Jackson ate a lot of red pepper the year before the MLB playoffs started. Epicatechin, or ee, was supposedly found in trace amounts in Dexter's system, but there are no tests currently available to determine if it truly exists. So, for now, we'll have to make do with the vague all-natural ingredient referred to as the ee.
There was one player who tested positive for steroids, but it did not come from an athletics facility, and it came from an off-ice, off-season fishing resort. The positive resulted from testing of an herbal supplement. This supplement was called Hurley's Pepper. It contained a concoction of piperine, menthol, and Cayenne pepper. In addition to having a reputation for being strong, it was also said to induce a "high," but one that did not last very long. It is unclear whether or not Hurley's Pepper was the only supplement to contain this combination of ingredients, but it was the first that we know of.
Of course, we've seen a lot of the cheating in sports lately. There are a number of athletes that have been suspended for performance enhancement, and there are a number of athletes that have been accused of using performance enhancing drugs, and for using performance enhancing drugs while they compete. Some players have been suspended for illicit substances, while others are under investigation for carrying illegal substances. If you are an athlete, you should understand the risks. You should always seek medical advice before using any supplement, and when in doubt seek the advice of your doctor and a reputable sports medicine expert.
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