His solution, to me, is perfect in its simplicity:
I have a water bridge in space to sell too. Who else is going to come forward and defend poor Froomie?
No better authority than a medical pro, right? Nonetheless, checking it out shows a derivative of aspirin that opens airways blocked in asthma attacks. Asthmatic symptoms may appear in otherwise non-athsmatic patients during long periods of intense activity like winning pro bike races.
Causes of asthma are also not well defined. They can be caused by allergens in the air or nervous reactions to stress, or both. The tipping point varies widely among individuals and widely in the state of health or fitness in the same individual.
Fall allergens are in full bloom during the Vuelta, and Froome was complaining about runny nose and such.
Failure to restore free breathing turned bronchial infections into pneumonia in my history, triggered by Fall allergies, requiring 6 weeks recovery.
If the limit is "arbitrary" it would act differently in different patients, as well as in the same patient in different venues. What other drugs is he taking? Also, losing fat and gaining muscle mass takes days, weeks, months, in endurance sports, years.
Eating enough protein, proper exercise and recovery does the trick. He would only need it for opening up airways to permit breathing at the end of a punishing season when the body is stressed out.
As a former asthma sufferer, I find prohibitions against bronchodilators a bit over the top. During intense exercise is when you need them the most! What advantage would they provide over the non-asthmatic riders? Lipworth says it right!
Some triathletes puff inhalers at the start line as insurance the lungs will do their job, same as carbo loading the night before and drinking plenty of liquids, IMO.
Froome definitely deserves a TUE and the benefit of the doubt. It only is because regular mortals enjoy bringing down their heroes.Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and monstermanfilm.com A drug test is a technical analysis of a biological specimen, for example urine, hair, blood, breath, sweat, and/or oral fluid/saliva — to determine the presence or absence of specified parent drugs or their monstermanfilm.com applications of drug testing include detection of the presence of performance enhancing steroids in sport, employers and .
Originally Posted by zero85ZEN It does have performance enhancing benefits outside of its benefits as a bronchodilator.
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