While Anderson Silva and Nick Diaz were able to delay their NAC hearings, the same wasn't the case for Hector Lombard . The UFC welterweight contender failed his post-fight drug test at UFC 182 in January, having tested positive for the designer steroid desoxymethyltestosterone, or "DMT" for short. In today's Nevada Athletic Commission meeting, Lombard's punishment was handed down to him. The 37-year-old has been banned for a year, his win over Josh Burkman is a no contest, and he forfeits all of his win money plus 33% of his $53,000 show money. He also must pass a drug test before returning.
It’s obvious you’ve never seen a woman actually talking to a huge muscular guy. Women like it. It’s like the old . myth that women don’t like guys in shape or guys that have huge cocks. They think the same as guys. Sure we’d all love to sleep with the girls from Maxxim magazine but does that mean you would say no to a girl who might be a 6 or a 7 on the hotness factor? No. I love girls with big tits but does that mean I won’t talk to a girl with small tits? Not a chance. Case in point, women like guys who are in great shape, they like guys who are well-endowed and a great lay in the sack and given the choice of a smart, funny guy in great shape or a smart, funny guy in terrible shape, they will go for in-shape guy every time.
Athletes have obviously been tempted to use performance enhancing anabolic steroids. Drug testing may discourage such use. But a new study finds that some of the performance benefits of steroid use may persist years after an athlete stops doping. That’s according to research presented this week at a conference of the American Physiological Society.
Swedish scientists looked at power lifters, a pure strength sport. Steroids can increase muscle fiber size and the number of cell nuclei in the fiber. The researchers found that even years after steroid withdrawal—and with little or no current strength training—muscle fiber density and increased number of cell nuclei were comparable to drug-free athletes currently doing high-intensity strength-training. The additional cell nuclei could give a big advantage to former dopers—more nuclei means more protein synthesis, which means more muscle. So steroid use can still offer a competitive advantage years later. Which means that a clean ballplayer can still hit a dirty home run.