Performance Enhancing Drugs and Avoiding Drug Detection in Sport
In this episode of the Synapse Performance podcast, David is joined by Broderick Chavez.
Bio from Broderick's website:
"Broderick Chavez is the Evil Genius. He’s a renowned trainer based in the US and has trained champions, Olympians and IFBB Pros as well as hundreds of other athletes. He is a sports performance expert, biologist, chemist, coffee connoisseur and an insomniac.
Not only has Broderick worked in Sports Performance field 30 years, he’s competed at a national level in bodybuilding, powerlifting and strongman.
He’s a critical thinker, lifter, speaker and thought provoker.
Broderick is uncensored and controversial. Rather than trying to prove to you or anyone else that he is the singular outlet for truth, he hopes to stimulate thought, experiment and dialogue that will bring us all closer to the truth."
In this episode, David and Broderick discuss performance enhancing drugs, the thought processes Broderick goes through when designing PED programs for his clients, and the methods used to avoid detection of drugs in tested sports.