The gray area is a dark shady place with indistinct boundaries to the dark side. If you are choosing to coach in the gray area, looking for new chemicals that will enhance your athletes performance in my world you are a doper. There is no gray area it is either black or white. Why go there when there is so much room for improvement beyond just marginal gains in the white area that we have not explored? Why turn coaching into a big chemistry experiment? It is not necessary. In my 45 years of coaching I have met few athletes who have tapped into their top end physical potential. You can be the best without drugs, take the time to dot all the I’s and cross all the T’s. Meticulously plan, leave no stone unturned in improving your coaching knowledge. Remember less is more and it takes time to be the best; don’t try to rush the process.
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