I never thought the next breakthrough in steroids would be worming, they don’t even go that fast

I never thought the next breakthrough in steroids would be worming, they don’t even go that fast

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Michael Hutchinson

Michael Hutchinson is a writer, journalist and former professional cyclist. His Dr. Hatch columns appear in every issue of the magazine Weekly cycling magazine.

It’s lugworms, apparently. We’ve been waiting a long time for the next big breakthrough in steroids, and I’d be lying if I said I expected Silkworm (as with… reported here, If context is required – Ed.). They don’t even go very fast.

But apparently the hemoglobin in the logoworm is amazing. This is part of the reason why they can survive in water and air. The hemoglobin in it can transport 40 times more oxygen than human hemoglobin, and it is 250 times smaller. They can be stored at room temperature, or even freeze-dried so you can put them in the mail. Its effects begin almost immediately. Its short half-life means it is only present in the system for 4-8 hours, making it long-lasting enough to race, but very difficult to detect after that.

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