Re: Does bb cut cunningham in offseason? if he needs peds just to make it to this level of play, what will he be without it.
posted at 11/29/2012 7:27 PM EST
In response to Neal Page's comment:
Again, I don't care what the NFL wants to classify it as. That's what you;re not getting. It's sort of like when a company drug tests you and up pops alchohol. If they have an anti-alcohol policy because, say they're Mormons or Baptists, that's they're right to creat that stigma and not hire you.
They'd be morons to drop quality talent because of their religious beliefs, but still, it's their choice.
Again, no amphetamine is proven to be a "performance enhancer". It has more to do with cognitive reactions, which obviously vary from human to human, where a steroids are definitively prove to enhance muscle mass and transform the human body into something different, physically.
So, Adderall, as a brand name designer drug, listed as a PED o defend the business owner, is just that: Protecting the brand.
You still haven't answered why cocaine and it's ability to give you more energy, focus, staying up more, as an amphetamine, is not classifed as a "PED".
I told you the answer above, but you still don't want to get it, apparently.
Read this summary:
Amphetamines may provide some minor (note the word "may"), short-term benefits. Current research shows that 10-30 mg methamphetamine may improve reaction time, and cognitive function, increase the feelings of alertness, decrease a sense of fatigue and increase euphoria. But this also came with a tendency to make more high-risk choices. The researches also stated that at a higher does, they expected subjects to experience agitation, an inability to focus attention on divided attention tasks, inattention, restlessness, motor excitation, increased reaction time, and time distortion, depressed reflexes, poor balance and coordination, and an inability to follow directions.
One of the risks of even moderate amphetamine use in an athlete is that due to a distorted perception of pain or fatigue, he may ignore injury warning signs and play even when injured.
Gee, do you think the last sentence has something to do with the concussions?
Again, GOOD DAY.
That has to be one of the worst posts you have posted here.
So what is your point? Adderall is a PED!!! Who cares what higher doeses might do, the fact that lower doses "may" (I am sure they use "may" instead of "will" because maybe not everyone will notice these effects) improve reaction time, and cognitive function, increase the feelings of alertness, decrease a sense of fatigue and increase euphoria. which it does otherwise people wouldn't be taking it. So get over it, Adderall is a PED!! We are not talking about cocain here, it is illegal to anyone and everyone, adderall isn't.
Now I am going to totall blow your mind.... Cannabis is a PED too!!