Live to years old, remain sexually potent into your nineties, interbreed with dolphins and whales, there's literally no limit to what steroids can do for a person. Aug 06, Nick Webb rated it did not like it Recommends it for: All he does is brag about himself the whole time. Major League Baseball
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Current Password Enter your current password. One name he mentions as a steroid user absolutely broke my heart. Canseco, the pioneer and Godfather of steriod use in the MLB does a good job enumerating the benefits of steroids and gro I don't know what's more disturbing, Canseco's description of his Baby Mama's former employer, Hooter's: In this shocking memoir, Canseco sheds light on a life of dizzying highs and debilitating lows, provides the answers to questions about steroids that millions of fans are only now beginning to ask -- and suggests that, far from being a passing trend, the steroid revolution is only a taste of things to come.
Some interesting insights into the world of baseball, but way too few.
May 09, David Lewis rated it it was amazing. Cansco may have been a few who were so out of it that they weren't even aware of what was going on. All this combined with lifting turned him into the hitting beast he was in the pros. The Art of Winning an Unfair Game. How Mitchell Trubisky took control of his team - and his mindset Chicago Bears. Even when this book came out, and the howls of derision from sports journalists on the back pages and ESPN talking head shows about its existence and veracity were loudest, there was always the hunch that Jose Canseco, the one person probably more responsible than any other for making steroids popular among the players of his era, knew where an awful lot of the bodies were buried.
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Read reviews that mention jose canseco major league steroid use league baseball mark mcgwire home runs hall of fame use of steroids jason giambi barry bonds baseball fan cal ripken mark mcguire baseball players using steroids used steroids home run read this book performance enhancing rafael palmeiro. For those who don't know the back story, Jose Canseco played major league baseball from - I never pulled any of them aside juived asked, "Did you know he's injecting you with steroids?
I forced myself to read Moneyball despite my bitter, painful, deep-seated hatred of the A's, specifically the height of the moneyball era A's, and I juiceed that book, so I had to do this. Sorry, it's unavoidable, and if you want to stop reading here that's fine.
I was interested in what he had to say about using steroids in baseball. After the strike baseball was in the hurt locker, so Jose believed the owners did not care about the spreading use of steroids because they were helping to revive the game.
For a steroid enhanced athlete, he had a few fantastic seasons but a forgettable career. Aug 06, Nick Webb rated it did not like it Recommends it for: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Showing of reviews.
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Canseco regrets naming names in his book about steroids
Earlier this month, Canseco was detained at San Diego's San Ysidro border crossing after agents searched his vehicle and said they found human chorionic gonadotropin, which is illegal without a joes. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Most of the book is filled with his bitter claims of racism, complaints about his mistakes, placing blame on others, and of course arrogant tales of his warped sense of self-worth.
The drug is banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency for use in males. One of Juiced' s central precepts is jkiced steroid use is not in juied of itself a bad thing, as long as the person is being monitored by a physician, and the dosages are small. While Jose was a steroid user, Jose shows the benefits of steroid use and that he is just a normal guy like anyone else.
Jose was born and lived the first year of his life in Cuba right before Castro came into Power.
Canseco shattered the mold of the out-of-shape baseball player and ushered in a new era of superathletes who looked like bodybuilders, made outrageous salaries, and enjoyed rock-star lifestyles. Published February 28th by It Books first published Part of a series on.