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TWAT Jase: : (The World According To Jase)


This is my prediction for the future:
As our thirst for chemistry & biological manipulation grows, humans will be split, into several groupings.
Two of which, will be "Athletes" and "Non Athletes".
It might take 50-100 years but it is already happening.....

Let me explain.

Drugs are rife in professional sport.....c'mon, if you do not believe this, then, you need to get your head out of the sand.
The athletes and countries, we see getting caught, are only the tip of the iceberg.
Just go through the last few years and you will find drug cheats in tennis, cricket, football (all codes), athletics, cycling etc etc...the list goes on.

Unfortunately, we now live in a society, where the latest performance enhancing drug on the market, is usually not the one the "drug testers" are looking for.
Generally, the "testers" are behind the 8 ball and the athletes (or their coaches/chemists), are one step ahead.

Yes, I do believe we have a lot of clean athletes competing at a professional level but even the majority of them, would be testing the boundaries of legal performance enhancing narcotics.
Why not? Everyone wants to be the best they can be.

Testing needs to be at the forefront of all professional sports or performance enhancing drugs need to be made legal......almost like in Bodybuilding...... It is almost an unwritten law that an "untested" bodybuilding competition, will attract athletes that have been chemically enhanced.
Not all are on "the gear" but generally, it is quite well known, who is......and they are usually not banned.

We live in a free country and everyone has the choice to make their own decisions, on what to put into their bodies (well, most of the time, Essendon footballers).

Personally, I would not want my daughter/son taking anything that has no research, on the long term effects of it.

I am not a fan of pre workouts...but yes, that is my choice.
I am not a fan of steroids (which, at the moment, happen to be the no.1 choice of drug, that is being injected by users).
I am not sure of all the peptides/cell rejuvenation drugs available....but as stated earlier, need to see research, on their long term effects.
Human Growth Hormone/Testosterone is not something I would take. Messing with your hormone/testosterone levels can be dangerous and I do not trust those facebook ads/websites promoting them.

Yes, I am cautious but I want to get the most out of my body naturally.......then age gracefully.......which I am not sure some of the current "users" are going to do.

Professional sport is one thing. Big money is involved and careers and lives, are on the line...and usually big betting, (which is a massive global problem also) is involved. I get that.

What about at a local level though.
Drugs are still very prevalent.
Yes....yes, they are.
Triathlons, obstacle racing, running, athletics, cycling, local footy.....just to name a few.
Not in every competition but they are present.
Because testing is rarely conducted at the local tri or the local fun run and education in this area is poor because the newest performance enhancing drugs are constantly being updated and changing.

I believe this is where the athletes need education.
Do they really know what they are taking?
What damage can it do to their kidneys or other organs?
What is going to happen when they stop taking?

The professionals usually have a team behind them, so you would think, most bases would be covered in these areas..(not that I agree with it) BUT the weekend warriors are the athletes I worry about.
Smashing down that pre workout, like it is cordial.
Then, god knows whatever else.....

I am a realist. This is the world we live in.
You adapt or you get left behind.

In my opinion, the way this situation is progressing, I really do believe that we will have a society of "athletes": (athletes that knowingly use performance enhancing drugs) and "non athletes' : (those athletes who choose not to take anything illegal).

It is a sad reflection, that our youngsters will look up to the chemically enhanced and not the genetically gifted.

Anyway, I hope I am wrong and testing procedures become more cost efficient and more consistent at both amateur and professional levels.

No, I am not a chemist, scientist or a doctor.......but I am a coach and weekend warrior, who frequents events and I am seeing this behaviour more and more.

This written piece is my opinion and whether you agree or disagree, the main thing I would like you to take away from it, is: do you really know what you are putting in your body and have you researched the side effects?

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“Jase’s programs vary within and between sessions. There’s also obstacle programs if seeking even more challenging variation. I was surprised at no longer encountering overuse strain or injury since starting his bootcamps. He generates a great atmosphere and its infectious. A great experience even in the cold dank of winter.”

“I, like most people, will not be motivated to exercise if I am not enjoying what I am doing or do not feel comfortable with the trainer, it makes it too easy to quit. Jase’s non-aggressive approach to training and the follow up emails are extremely impressive. You certainly provide a wonderful service.”