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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email. Comment Rules: Remember what Fonzie was like? Have fun and thanks for adding to the conversation! Thanks to Brian Oberkirch for the inspiration. Very excited to listen to this one. Like Liked by 2 people.
The World’s Most Famous Performance-Enhancement Chemist (#) | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
Like Like. Prototype nutrition.. The NFL is brutal on human bodies playing the game. CTE and broken fingers and painful joints all attest to the price they pay to play a game for a very high salary and the adulation of millions.
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Most say would do it again. PEDs are no different. Yes, there is a price to pay but let the individual decide.
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I learned a little about chemistry through the Khan Academy khanacademy. Their short courses are great…and free. Like Liked by 1 person. Patrick Arnold is definitely the real deal. Despite what the host wishes to call him, Patrick is a pretty humble guy. While he could easily write a book or going on some media tour that would sell a lot he has done a good job keeping to himself.
However, this will be the greatest on yet, because you read a legal disclaimer.
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Clicking the play button now….. One took me under his wing and is doing one on one work with me in a lab synthesizing in an area that we are both very interested in. He teaches, I pay for all the materials. He is also interested in raising money for a biz and I happen to be incredible at raising money. So, we both get something out of this deal. Very solid podcast.
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Brett Osborn is a neurosurgeon by day and an anti-aging subspecialist. Feel free to google him or check out his page — Just google him as I know links are frowned upon — and as although it would be a science heavy discussion you could get into the root of all aging, optimal hormone replacement therapies, current healthcare trends and a ton of other fascinating topics of cutting edge protocols and better living through science.
He also utilizes stem cell technologies, etc. Just reach out to me back channel if you want an intro to him or his office, etc. I believe you were break dancing at that party. Tim, I have been a long-time fan and reader, but are you really not going to address the fraud you interviewed a couple weeks back? I am sure — more than anybody — you understand how not doing so will significantly undermine your credibility. Hi Tim, I searched but could not place the new product Patrick mentioned would be coming out soon that decreases blood glucose and increases glucose eliminated in the urine to assist in faster entry into ketosis.
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A little less harsh, bitch tits made me shudder for some reason. I also got into Ketosis in about 2 days — highly recommend! Personal interviews right through his career until the end. Nice disclaimer Tim but I note you forgot to put them on the two episodes you did about psychedelics.
Worse yet- you may start behaving like timothy leary or john lennon, and justify your behaviour whenever possible. Enjoyed the interview. Maybe he is even unaware of this habit. I even noticed Tim said it towards the end of the interview.
I wonder whether Tim said it to indirectly make Arnold take notice. I see why some athletes do it. People demand a lot and unless you have a hard work ethic you could fall easily in the sports industry. A lot comes from how the media and society portrays atheletes. Expecting them to be gods, negating the fact that they are as human as you or me. I am a huge fan of your books and the podcast. However, after listening to your interview with Mr.
Stealing drugs from his parents? Taking four times the recommended dosage? Creating drugs in your garage and taking them? Experimenting with different combinations of drugs? It all seems rather insane to me even with the disclaimer, and I thought that this interview glorified him. I know I sound like a grumpy old man alarmist here. That being said… keep up the great work! Any update on Walter Obrien?
Performance enhancing substances will always be tried and used in competitive endeavors. No, he has no publications in peer-reviwed journals.follow
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However, he has several patterns that will show up on google scholar. I do believe there should be a level playing field, and this whole thing needs to be addressed. I will leave it to you whether you believe that he actually regrets his actions and the other claims. Tim clearly chose not to pursue this topic too much, but I think it is worth considering.
No, his businesses are real and people have actually bought and tried the products from what I can see. They seem to be mostly founded on real science published in peer-reviwed journals papers. However, the specific compunds have not been the subject of randomized controlled studies.
As a disclaimer, I am not a chemist and was not able to critically review whether the portrayed mechanisms act as described on the company websites. Peer Reviewed Journals. I also have been listed as an inventor in several patents.