7:03 pm January 15, 2010, by David O'Brien
January 22nd, 20107:35 pm
I really don’t know why so many young guys want to juice up or just get big naturally. All that muscle will turn into ‘Hogan fat’ when you get old. Nastiest look you’ll find, imo. Keep yourself looking nice, but overdoing anything is just plain ignorant. I call it low self-esteem is why “it’s not good enough” for so many.
Steve from OH
stretch,stretch,stretch before working out
Yep, especially if you don’t want to get bulky. It definitely would wreck your golf swing, that’s for sure! Stretching is just good in general, even if you’re not lifting.
I wouldn’t call cheap-campus burgers, McDonalds dollar menu, and Taco Hell better nutrition
Probably explains why you gained all that weight then…
January 22nd, 20107:36 pm
Ah, the life of a frat boy. All on daddy’s money too.
Nah. I did it all on idiot poker and pool players’ money, LOL.
again, Steve, you’re the genius here. not me, so for crying out loud, man
January 22nd, 20107:39 pm
what is for dinner tonight
January 22nd, 20107:41 pm
steak diane, with mash potatos and green beans
muscle does not “turn into” fat when you get older.
When you stop working out you do lose your muscle mass and as you are not burning off as many calories you tend to start adding fat, especially when you get older. The muscle though does not itself turn into fat
McDonald’s, Taco Bell, etc is all bad for you if you just sit around and let it consume your body. Get off your fat ass and do some walking, jogging, punching, kicking or just do SOMETHING and you can burn off the majority of it. People just sit there and get depressed like, “why am I so fat”. Hmmm, I don’t know, move off the couch and get that fat ass a movin! I know, I know, with some people it’s genetics, but that’d give me more motivation to prove genetics wrong.
January 22nd, 20107:42 pm
I wonder where the phrase “whatever floats your boat” came from, and is it akin to “whatever turns you on” or ” whatever gets your motor running”.
brian, it turns into flab. Don’t say it doesn’t either. Might not be exactly “fat”, but boy, it sure looks like it.
Ease in Woodstock
January 22nd, 20107:44 pm
Oh no! Scoots is really He Who Shall Not Be Named!
January 22nd, 20107:45 pm
Whats 4 dinner
T-Hawkin is cooking cajun Blackened Grilled Chicken with Brocoli and throw in a big boy salad! Add some Zinfindel to that and I’m on point!
While I bump some old Hendrix!
January 22nd, 20107:46 pm
Jon Heyman isn’t exactly “credible”, but he thinks Damon will more than likely wind up with the Braves or Tigers. Tigers? Didn’t they just say they are not interested in Damon? Like I said, Heyman isn’t what I would call credible.
January 22nd, 20107:47 pm
Motivation, Diet and especially Exercise beats genetics anyday of the week! Just sayin’.
so why even bring it up TnBrian?
scoots–you a pool shark too? I play a lot of pool, but I ain’t really any good…
January 22nd, 20107:49 pm
Motivation, Diet and especially Exercise beats genetics anyday of the week! Just sayin’. EASE
Disagree. genetics have a lot to do with it. While motivation, diet, exercise and work ethic play a huge part. One cannot control metabolism that is genetic.
January 22nd, 20107:50 pm
scoots–you a pool shark too? I play a lot of pool, but I ain’t really any good…Steve
so do an undergrad study on it and get better.
Cold Stove, idk, maybe because even a blind squirrel finds a nut every once in a while.
January 22nd, 20107:52 pm
Boy, you really go ad hominem when you can’t substantiate your claims, don’t you?
and if it were not for squirrels the acron tree would be extinct. according to some studies. Undergrad and scientific of course.
January 22nd, 20107:53 pm
Cold Stove, I agree to a point. Metabolism to go with depression, anxiety, etc plays a huge part in so many people’s weight problems. Bottom line … we ALL have the ability to be healthy. Maybe it’s a lot more mental than what some think? Yeah, that’s it. Life is 98% mental.
January 22nd, 20107:54 pm
what do you want me to substantiate Steve? what claim have I made, other then to give the blog a personal experience with anabolic steroids and HGH? I think you need to get out from behind your books and hit the real world….my genius master sir…all praise to you steve
January 22nd, 20107:56 pm
Hey, you’re the one getting pissy at me for posting the info that’s out there, and then taking cheap shots at me for it. You’re the one that seems to have a vested interest, not me. I don’t really care what the answer is, but you seem to.
January 22nd, 20107:58 pm
ok steve, the genius that you are. I am far from pissy. So go do another undergrad study buddy
January 22nd, 20107:59 pm
like how you dodged what you wanted me to substantiate, too by the way oh genius master steve
January 22nd, 20108:00 pm
Tomahawkin- what years you go to Arkansas?
January 22nd, 20108:01 pm
“Life is 98% mental.?” Naw, my man, to quote an old Nas/AZ song
“Life’s a Bit_h and then you die thats why we get high because you never know when you’re gonna go!”
January 22nd, 20108:02 pm
scoots–you a pool shark too? I play a lot of pool, but I ain’t really any good… Steve
aha another 2 sharks. Made a lot of spending money ‘fishing’ in the local pool halls. Steve does BG still have the Pool room on campus? Used to bring a lot of famous players in for the students back in the day.Mosconi,Crane etc
I’ve taken HGH and I can tell you it does wonders.
Tell me what those wonders were and show a scientific basis for them.
and helping oyu bounce back quicker and helping with recovery time is not a performance enhancer? really?
Prove that it does.
There ya go.
PAC-10 has better chicks. The rest I agree with.
January 22nd, 20108:05 pm
One cannot control metabolism that is genetic.
True, that is why those have to work harder and stay aware…I will admit that there is a point of no return,but by following motivation, diet and exercise (with motivation being the key factor), anyone should be able stay fit…anyone…I am not disagreeing with you Cold Stove, but if someone wants to loss weight, then it is possible, genetics aside…
January 22nd, 20108:06 pm
David O’Brien-”I doubt that most audio experts would agree with you that MP3 format is as good or better sound quality than you get in a typical CD, particularly in recent years as CD quality has improved. But I’m certainly no expert. I just know what I hear, and what I’ve read on it. Maybe some others familiar with the technology behind it can offer an opinion or some facts.”
I’m no expert per se, but mp3 quality is very close to the quality of CDs. Mostly this depends on the compression (e.g. most mp3s are ripped at 128 Kbps, which is not as pure as an mp3 ripped at 256 Kbps, but offers less compression, or larger file size). In my opinion digital is digital with minimal incremental quality from one speed to the next. Neither CD or mp3 can compete with good old fashion analog (read: that vinyl you’ve got in a closet somewhere) because digital recording merely takes samples of the sound wave and analog records the entire sound wave.
A lot of people think that the mp3 generation prefers this medium simply because that is what they are accustomed to. That is the only format they’ve ever listened to and they are used to and it sounds normal to them. Kind of like people who grew up listening to LPs and prefer the clicks and pops of vinyl.
January 22nd, 20108:07 pm
Steve- hate being the one of the last posters on a page, but I gave you props on the last one…
January 22nd, 20108:08 pm
I went to Florida Atlantic to play baseball in 2002…I saw a few of D.O.B.’s articles before I moved down to Boca Raton.
And transferred to the Univ of Arkansas in 2003…I spent 2003-2009 at the Univ of Arkansas I changed my major 3 times when I was there…Nothing to do out there but Party!
January 22nd, 20108:09 pm
DOB – I wondered why the Braves weren’t trying to get something for Reyes, at least from a KC or Pittsburgh, but your options info answere that. Cabrera being the only Braves out of options was news to me.
Wow on the blog – in between cat fights, steroid info, and movie info, there was a Braves nugget, lol.
With the prices dropping daily, do you still have a candle in the Braves dugout window for Dye or Damon?
My son just left Iraq today, his year tour done. I do plan to watch Hurt Locker now.
lol steve, nolie asked me about how it did wonders, and I told him how and the blog how so scroll back and look it up Genius
January 22nd, 20108:10 pm
January 22nd, 2010
can I get an undergrad study to back that up?
January 22nd, 20108:13 pm
Stuffed-Crust pizza is one of the best inventions ever to come out of America. Good job, nation.
January 22nd, 20108:15 pm
Steve from OH-”I’ve taken HGH and I can tell you it does wonders.”
“Tell me what those wonders were and show a scientific basis for them.”
Quicker recovery and increased stamina to name a couple.
“and helping oyu bounce back quicker and helping with recovery time is not a performance enhancer? really?”
“Prove that it does.”
Prove that it doesn’t. Have you ever used HGH, or do you know people who have used HGH for a prolonged period of time? Wait, you don’t have to answer because I know that the answer is NO.
I have never used it myself, but I work out with people who do and I can tell you that there is a noticeable difference. Both to the person using HGH and to anyone paying attention. That may not be the scientific, peer-reviewed study you are looking for, but you aren’t going to get that on a blog. For every study that says one thing there is a study that says the opposite. But you can’t argue with real life evidence. That is why clinical trials are such powerful tools when bringing new pharmaceuticals to the market and required by the FDA. You won’t find guys at the gym filling out a questionnaire for a guy in a lab coat, but the results are in.
January 22nd, 20108:17 pm
STEVE oh genius sir, just reread your 8:02 post you want me to give you scientific basis for my personal use of HGH…really? I mean you are kidding right. But since you are the god of gods and the man of men, I am going to get right on that. Use my scientific time machine and go back 5 years to when I used it and document everyday, then I will jump back in my time machine (which I learned to build in an undergrad study) come back to the present and get back to you.
January 22nd, 2010
statistics show (here we go again) that LOTS of people are familiar with satellite radio, but that doesnt necessarily translate into subscriptions .
Sirius XM ended the year with about 18.8 million subscribers, adding about 257,000 net subscribers in the fourth quarter of 2009.
Sirius XM’s self-pay subscriber base increased by about 247,000 in the fourth quarter to about 15.7 million subscribers, while total paid and unpaid trials included in the sale of a vehicle remained level with the prior quarter and the prior year at about 3.6 million.
A recent Arbitron study of Satellite Radio subscribers, which was conducted in October and November of last year, shows that Sirius XM (Nasdaq: SIRI) Satellite Radio has over 35 Million “premium” listeners. The results of the study, which were released Thursday, clearly show that Satellite Radio listeners are smarter, richer and more receptive than those that listen to AM/FM.
The Arbitron study found that 32 million of the over 35 million total listeners to Satellite Radio were weekly listeners. Sirius XM listeners were shown to spend an average of almost 3 hours in their cars daily. While in their cars, they overwhelmingly chose Sirius XM 71% of the time. The study found only 17% of ‘time was spent listening to AM/FM radio and only 5% of listeners’ time was spent listening to mobile devices, such as cell phones and iPods.
Satellite Radio listeners were shown to be highly educated. 56% of Sirius XM’s listeners are college graduates or have advanced degrees compared to only 24% of AM/FM listeners. Does this mean that you have to be stupid to listen to AM/FM? Not quite, but close. Based on the study’s results, I guess you could say that Satellite Radio listeners are over twice as smart as those who choose to listen to AM/FM radio.
The Arbitron study found that Satellite Radio listeners are rich. 24% have household incomes of $150,000 and over. This compares to only 9% of AM/FM listeners having incomes of that level. According to the study, these rich Satellite Radio listeners are more receptive to commercials too. Sirius XM listeners were 61% more likely to stay with a commercial and not change the channel than AM/FM radio listeners. This clearly creates more value for advertisers who choose Sirius XM.
Interestingly, the Arbitron study excluded all of Sirius XM’s commercial-free music channels. The study only included Sirius XM’s news, talk, entertainment, sports, and other commercial programming channels. That doesn’t sound fair to Sirius XM. How can that be considered a fair study if you take away all of Sirius XM’s commercial-free music channels? What would the Arbitron study’s results look like if all of Sirius XM’s commercial-free music channels had been included? Game Over.
January 22nd, 20108:18 pm
great post @ 8:15 salty…but you may need an undergrad study to back it up.
January 22nd, 20108:19 pm
China Grove – “Stuffed-Crust pizza is one of the best inventions ever to come out of America. Good job, nation.”
Sad commentary on the state of innovation in America. I can see it now: a display in the Smithsonian with a timeline from the telephone to the automobile to the television to stuffed-crust pizza. Woe is America.
Congrats BravesAC you must be happy GOBraves123
January 22nd, 20108:20 pm
Congrats BravesAC you must be happy.
January 22nd, 20108:22 pm
You’ve also spearheaded chicken fries, something that I’ve been loving for years.
What America will be remembered as.
January 22nd, 20108:23 pm
BravesAC-”My son just left Iraq today, his year tour done. I do plan to watch Hurt Locker now.”
Congratulations. And my thanks to your son for his service.
Tomahawkin’ – Cool. I went to LSU (yeah, yeah. everyone go ahead and pile on) in mid-90s after playing baseball at Southeastern La. University in Hammond for a year in 1992. Realized the curveballs in college are way better than ones in high school, and transferred to hometown LSU to learn stuff after that. SLU might have actually played Fla. Atl. Perhaps our paths crossed???
January 22nd, 20108:25 pm
Congrats for getting your son home. I know what it’s like to have family overseas in the military, and I know how relieved you feel having him home safely.
January 22nd, 20108:27 pm
Meant to say fastballs, ’sted curveballs… I became the poster boy for “defensive replacement in 7th inning” while I was at SE LA. Could catch a ball coming at me very fast in the OF… just couldn’t hit the ones coming at me even faster at the dish.
January 22nd, 20108:35 pm
TnBrian-”Cold Stove, I agree to a point. Metabolism to go with depression, anxiety, etc plays a huge part in so many people’s weight problems. Bottom line … we ALL have the ability to be healthy. Maybe it’s a lot more mental than what some think? Yeah, that’s it. Life is 98% mental.”
Metabolism is a real b!tch for some people. Skinny people that can’t gain and obese people that can’t lose. A lot of it is genetic. I don’t care what anyone says, I’ve seen it in my own family. Almost everyone on my mother’s side of the family is overweight. My grandmother was a diet and exercise warrior and it took everything she had to keep her weight under control. I have a different father than my sister and I can eat pretty much anything, whereas she is overweight and struggles. I may gain a few pounds around the holidays, but I can literally lose it in a couple of weeks without trying.
“Life is 98% mental.”
I couldn’t agree more. It amazes me how you see some celebrities who have everything most people desire, yet they are depressed or on drugs or both. Then you see people who most would say “have nothing” and they are happy as can be. It’s all relative.
January 22nd, 20108:37 pm
LSU is off the Chain…I’ve been there before…!
That school kicks a..s
You weren’t down there with Ryan Theriot, or Todd Walker
January 22nd, 20108:41 pm
TnBrian – Muscle does not change into flab. Muscle often gets replaced by fatty tissue but it does not turn into it. Old wives tale that is not correct. You lose the muscle then fat sets in (burning less calories, metabolism slows down, calories ingested does not)
January 22nd, 20108:45 pm
Tomahawkin- My family has LSU baseball season tickets. Saw Todd Walker, Ryan Theriot, Aaron Hill, Brad Hawpe, Chad Ogea, Ben Sheets (attended NE La. Univ.,which visits Alex Box Stadium at LSU every year at least once), Ben McDonald and many other MLB players that currently slip my mind play college ball. Seriously- Alex Box is heaven for a college baseball fan, and Skip Bertman is a God. However- notice in my post that I didn’t play at LSU, but nearby SE La. Didn’t want to give you wrong impression. Watching baseball at LSU is absolutely some of the best times of my life. No doubt.
January 22nd, 20108:47 pm
Tomahawkin- To answer your question, which I seem to have forgotten to do: No, Theriot, Hill and Hawpe and that group were a few years behind me. They were just beginning college when I was just getting out of it, so about 5 years or so younger than me.
January 22nd, 20108:48 pm
Tomhawkin, sure, whatever you and ‘Nas’ think. Of course it’s mental. Check out “Salty Dawg” last comment. Celebrities being miserable is a perfect example. It’s your own outlook on life with the way you look, etc. So many people get wrapped up in looks and what they have instead of looking at what you DO have. Those poor people in Haiti had nothing but their lives and for most of them that’s gone. And here in America we watch spoiled brat celebrities fight over who gets the $5m opposed to the $6m. Is it any wonder why foreign countries hate our guts?
January 22nd, 20108:50 pm
Just listened to Gram Parson’s “Grievous Angel” CD while writing the new blog. Reminded me of how much I love listening to entire albums….
So take the next flight or boat to Haiti TnBrian and give them a hand
January 22nd, 20108:51 pm
Braves are done making moves. Unless Damon’s price drops to 1-2 million, and by then the Yankees will definitely be interested. I doubt his price will drop so dramatically.
Moylan hasn’t reach an agreement. What is he asking 3 million?
The HGH discussion. It doesn’t give players strength or energy, but it does help them heal faster. It apparently reverse the effects of aging too. So it doesn’t result in gaining strength, but it does keep players healthy and being able to prolong their careers. Look at the players who have been linked to using HGH:
Larry Bigbie(Deca-Durabolin, Sustanon, testosterone, and anti-estrogen drugs)
Roger Clemens(Deca-Durabolin, Winstrol, Sustanon, and possibly Anadro)
Éric Gagné(Dodgers and Red Sox were aware of possible use of performance-enhancing drugs)
Jason Grimsley(Deca-Durabolin, and diet pills)
Jerry Hairston, Jr.(Genotropin (human growth hormone), hCG, and clomiphene citrate)
Todd Hundley(Deca-Durabolin and testosterone)
Paul Lo Duca
Adam Riggs(clenbuterol, and Winstrol)
F.P. Santangelo(Deca-Durabolin and testosterone)
Miguel Tejada(Deca-Durabolin or testosterone)
Fernando Viña(Winstrol, and Deca-Durabolin)
José Canseco(everything there is)
Jay Gibbons(testosterone, and human chorionic gonadotropin)
José Guillén(testosterone, nandrolone, stanozolol, clomiphene, Novarel)
Gary Matthews, Jr.
Ismael Valdéz(Novarel (a brand of hCG), clomiphene and Arimidex)
Matt Williams(testosterone, Novarel, clomiphene, nandrolone)
Miguel Tejada, Mo Vaugh, Roger Clemens, Jose Canseco, Kevin Brown, David Justice, Eric Gagne, Andy Pettite, and Chuck Knoblock are the best players on this list. Of this guys Pettite, Vaugh, Justice, Brown, and Knoblock are the one’s who haven’t been linked to other performance enhancing drugs.
January 22nd, 20108:53 pm
Moylan hasn’t reach an agreement. What is he asking 3 million? Thomas
ah yes he did buddy
January 22nd, 20108:54 pm
Redstick didn’t Albert Belle go to LSU? I knew he was from Shreveport but he may’ve got drafted out of High School…Same for Will Clark
yeah will listen to you tomas about HGH, because moylan hasn’t reached a deal yet shows you know your stuff
January 22nd, 20108:57 pm
Speaking of steroids and HGH… Those LSU teams from early-to-mid-90s could tell you a lot about that stuff, I bet. They didn’t call it “Gorilla ball” for nuthing. Anybody else remember Brandon Larson belting 40 homers for the Tigers in one season? I wonder if that dude has a bat growing outta his head yet.
” Is it any wonder why foreign countries hate our guts?”
Agreed! I was saying that phrase the whole time during the last 8 years of the Texas Corporate Administration, but I refuse to elaborate on that subject matter considering how F’d up furture generations will be because of those Bigots…Gotta stop before I go to far…
Time to Chill out and bump some Vanessa Williams!
January 22nd, 20108:58 pm
Tomahawkin – Albert Belle attended LSU when he was know as “Joey” Belle. Got kicked off the team following several brawl incidents at local watering holes. Will “The Thrill” Clark was from New Orleans, but attended Miss. State if I’m not mistaken. Believe he was on MSU team with Rafeal Palmiero.
Miguel Tejada, Mo Vaugh, Roger Clemens, Jose Canseco, Kevin Brown, David Justice, Eric Gagne, Andy Pettite, and Chuck Knoblock are the best players on this list. Of this guys Pettite, Vaugh, Justice, Brown, and Knoblock are the one’s who haven’t been linked to other performance enhancing drugs. TOMAS
January 22nd, 20109:01 pm
lol I remember going thru baseball cards, and albert’s was Joey, and I was like who is this guy? Later was like wait, he kind of looked like albert
January 22nd, 20109:03 pm
NICE run by the Hawks
January 22nd, 20109:04 pm
Tell me what those wonders were and show a scientific basis for them. – Steve from OH
I’d bet it helped his low self-esteem and lack of confidence in bed.
Mike in Smyrna
That medical article that Steve from OH copied and pasted on here is far to long and boring to actually read so I am going to vote to dismiss it as evidence.
January 22nd, 20109:05 pm
Cold Stove- yeah, that dude (Belle) was a mess. As big a jerk as he was iin MLB, he was even worse in college. His fist kept running into people’s faces everywhere he went. Think he was born with a chip on his shoulder, and the thing just gets bigger as he gets older. I mean, seriously, who throws stuff at and punches fans asking for autographs and just watching games in the stands? Class act, he is not. That’s why I never include him in LSU references… although, that boy could mash a ball, man.
January 22nd, 20109:06 pm
That doesn’t suprise me about Joey Belle…He was an agressive linebacker playing baseball…
Funny how no one has seen/heard from A. Belle…
January 22nd, 20109:08 pm
One of us needs to lay off the drugs, I understand that we were talking to each other, but the conversation was totally void of communication. It was like 2 brick walls talking to one another.
January 22nd, 20109:09 pm
they say injuries shortened Belle’s career… but I’m positive that his personality/disposition certainly hastened his departure.
January 22nd, 20109:10 pm
you just need to lay off the blog jurrjens4nlcy
January 22nd, 20109:14 pm
I remember Rondell White playing for the Sumter Flyers an Expos aff. Mid-90’s or somewhere around there. He hit a ball so far I think it just landed.
January 22nd, 20109:15 pm
Cold Stove, ‘90 Fleer Joey Belle? I have that somewhere too.
January 22nd, 20109:16 pm
I think I have that and a topps TnBrian
some are serious about sirius no doubt
Eric from MO
Brandon Larson is that right? A college player hit 40 homeruns in a college season? Wow…
January 22nd, 20109:17 pm
I think that is the one thing that kills me about the steroid era. All these baseball cards I thought would be worth a fortune. The 50 or so Barry Bonds rookie cards I have, the 30 or so Bic Mac rookie cards etc. the list goes on and on. They are seemingly worth crap right now and will never be worth much more. Sure there are some that might still be worth something in the era, like perhaps a greg maddux rookie card. And to think my dad paid a penny a piece for to mickey mantle rookie cards a many a years ago.
January 22nd, 20109:19 pm
*2 not to****
January 22nd, 20109:21 pm
it’d be funny to ask Belle to sign those cards as Joey ’sted of Albert… you’d have 2 black eyes and they’d be surgically removing both of your hands from your rear end. I can remember him getting into a fight with fans in Baltimore who called him Joey. I thought he was gonna kill those poor souls- nostrils flaring wide enough to fly a umbo jet into, eyes wide as dinner plates and face flushed with anger. He was like watching Bruce Banner transforminig into the Hulk!
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it’d be funny to ask Belle to sign those cards as Joey ’sted of Albert… you’d have 2 black eyes and they’d be surgically removing both of your hands from your rear end. I can remember him getting into a fight with fans in Baltimore who called him Joey. I thought he was gonna kill those poor souls- nostrils flaring wide enough to fly a jumbo jet into, eyes wide as dinner plates and face flushed with anger. He was like watching Bruce Banner transforminig into the Hulk!
lol red @ 9:21, funniest thing I bet you are right
January 22nd, 20109:22 pm
Solid gold I tell ya! Excellent and riveting! (although I ‘ll admit scientific articles/papers do tend to be that way to the average laymen…but so do things such as UZI, VORP, WAR, WHIPS WACKS and PADYWHACKS to actual ball players… )
January 22nd, 20109:24 pm
I missed it!
Eric- yes, it is true. Should still be the college record. Sad thing about that is Brandon is a cool, nice, gentle soul. But 40 homers in college? Man, that looks suspicious! No surprise, the following year is when NCAA enforced the stricter rules on aluminum bats.
January 22nd, 20109:36 pm
All this talk of HGH got me thinking… Why did Viagra drop Rafael Palmeiro as their spokesman after he was revealed to have used steroids. They had the perfect commercial:
“Hi, I’m Rafael Palmeiro, and if there’s one thing I know, it’s performance enhancing drugs…”
February 11th, 20106:17 pm
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