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re: Anyone go to Rejuvime for TRT?

Posted by TigerAlum93 on 5/30/24 at 12:33 pm
As much as it pains me to agree with lsu777 (LOL) I have to agree. While bloodwork does not always match symptoms, if you are already in the 600 range, very doubftul you will notice a difference on "true" TRT. Like he said, you will notice a difference from going 200-700, but to notice a differenc...

re: Myles Ledoux-Barbe baseball

Posted by TigerAlum93 on 5/30/24 at 8:57 am
We trust you, and we knew you would know. ...

re: Need Info on TRT

Posted by TigerAlum93 on 5/24/24 at 9:32 am
Let us know how the IP6 goes, curious. ...
There are MANY players in the UFL that could easily be on a 53 man NFL roster if given the chance. Many have been on a roster. Hoping the UFL continues to grow, I think it’s a win-win for everybody. Really good talent this year. ...

re: High School baseball walk outs

Posted by TigerAlum93 on 5/13/24 at 8:50 am
The NBA has been doing that for years. They learn it by watching us. ...
It IS a little strange how much lsu777 knows about the Barbe program and the details of kids/families yet not being connected, no kid on the team, etc. But he is right about a lot of this. The Barbe program sells itself. One point not yet made is that the best athletes in the SWLA area end up ...
Congrats! To me, Strongman is THE true test of overall strength! The sport is growing. ...
Agree, total smoke screen. He has what the NFL wants, good film and a fast 40 time, they could care less about anything else. ...
Nabors ran a 4.4 on his second attempt. Not surprising to me that he can run a 4.4 on a stopwatch at LSU Pro day. Kid is a great athlete. Your data was interesting, the one I remember most is Adams running just under 4.6 at the combine then "somehow" improving to 4.33 at LSU Pro day two weeks later...
Good points Dallastiger45. Indy track was slow prior to replacement. LSU track is faster than most. The "ref" at the start line in Indy back in the day was very strict, often called guys back for quick starts. ...

re: LSU pro day thread 3/27

Posted by TigerAlum93 on 3/27/24 at 11:28 am
LSU pro day times tend to be a little home cooked. I think Nabers runs a 4.4 if we would have ran at the combine, and will run sub 4.4 at Pro day. ...

re: Prayer request for health.

Posted by TigerAlum93 on 3/26/24 at 8:41 am
prayers sent brother. ...

re: Does creatine make a difference?

Posted by TigerAlum93 on 3/6/24 at 12:41 pm
Your body uses 3 main energy systems depending on the demands placed on it: 1. The phosphagen/ATP-PC system. This is where the Creatine will make the difference. This is when short/intense energy demands are placed on the body. You will see most competitive strongmen/powerlifters using Creatine...
Shaw is a class act. Loves this country, its people, and the sport of Strongman. We are in the Mitchell Hooper era right now. Dude dominated last year, won WSM, Arnold, and Rogue. He only seems to be getting better. But it IS an era of several greats, many can challenge Hooper for the W. ...
Is it really necessary to have the combine anymore or maybe change the format. Q[quote]B's don't want to do anything. Most would rather do all the drills at their pro day where they are more comfortable. Why should Daniels throw to anyone other then Nabers and Thomas. Would it be better to have ...
I hear you. And as I have said, as a parent you do what you think is best, we will all have differing opinions. I have extensive experience with all of this, both as an athlete, parent, and my education. My concern is that I have met VERY few 1st graders that are interested in "training". I've...
Thanks for the updates lsu777! Gotta hand it to you, for not being a Barbe guy, 3 sons who don't go there and a busy life/schedule, not being on staff there, you sure do have a keen interest about them and know more than most parents with a son playing. Barbe will be fine come post season tim...
[quote]Well all the data says it is. The earlier kids start training the healthier they tend to be as adults is what the data shows. Also they tend to have less injuries in sports If you have concerns about kids lifting go read the 5 part series by the doctors at barbell medicine Half the kids...
[quote]not uncommon to see the high level travel kids training at 7 or 8[/quote] Not sure that is a good thing. Time will tell. And I am not just talking about sports performance. ...
Praise God! Proud of this young man and pulling for him!...