I'm posting this twice (two threads) because I want some feedback.
After reading Harrison's explanation of how he came to take it, it occurs to me that most, if not all athletes, will take whatever supplement their coach suggests, if the coach prefaces the occasion with, "it's not a steroid, and it's not on the banned list." Don't we all trust our coaches? I think 70% (random high number) that athletes caught by drug tests are doing what they are told to do. Yes, they are responsible for what they put in their bodies, but we are ALWAYS told, 'do what the coach says; he knows what's best for you.' I feel very sorry for the athletes who were only doing what they were told to do by 'experts' and are now facing bans. I also believe that many coaches do NOT tell their athletes the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Either they don't know, don't care, or want to 'protect' the athlete, so he can credibly deny any knowledge of wrongdoing. I bet Harrison can pass any lie detector test question that asks, 'did you knowing take a banned substance?'