One of the favorite longevity doctors of the SoCal masters scene. Just a short trip to Vegas for an evaluation then the rest comes in the mail. Comes highly recommend by a certain core strength coach who has a Tour de France champion as a client.nevada said:
The photos of the old guy are actually quite a few years old. They first appeared in an article on anti-aging clinics in GQ magazine.palmerq said:Is this website a joke? the photo of the 70 year old look amazingly fake.. it's quite funny though real or not.
"I've heard". Well, you've "heard" wrong. HgH can and will be expensive if you purchase it from anti-aging clinics in the US, because the market caters to yuppies with disposable income, and you know how people like that are-they think the more expensive the product, the higher the quality.Guidokcd said:I'm pretty sure they are just using HGH. Yeah, it's the fountain of youth and works great, if you can afford it. I hear it's insanely expensive.
This might be a major breakthrough in doping. Instead of taking overpriced PEDs and risk testing positive, you can achieve the same results by photoshopping yourself into the podium pictures.palmerq said:is this website a joke? the photo of the 70 year old look amazingly fake.. it's quite funny though real or not :S
Your "guess" is absolutely correct.ergmonkey said:My guess is they're giving old men both HGH and testosterone.
I've read some reports on this--Outside Magazine, I think. The reporter went on a regimen of testosterone, hgh and a few other things. I does work to a fairly good degree. There is also a med being marketed on TV for treating "Low T" in us older men. You too can be a virile pup with the right doctor.Guidokcd said:I'm pretty sure they are just using HGH. Yeah, it's the fountain of youth and works great, if you can afford it. I hear it's insanely expensive.