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02-03-2013, 10:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Mrb1p View Post
Your statement doesnt bring anything here... I don't know much professional athlete that are overweight.
I'm just saying that pro athletes have good nutrition habits, and the average North American has average to bad eating habits, who is doing more damage to their body?

I won't shed a tear for the athletes health, just like I won't get angry when I see an overweight man eating french fries. They are doing it to themselves.

Lying to kids and it not being fair for the athletes that don't juice are arguments that make me say control, test and ban. But it's just not going to happen, which is why I say level the playing field.

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