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Are athletes really getting faster, better, stronger? | David Epstein - 10-03-2018, 12:15 PM

This is a very interesting presentation and worth the time to watch. It didn't go into performance enhancing drugs which could be another factor.



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10-03-2018, 11:40 PM

I enjoyed that. I do think the gap is bigger than this guy suggests but what he said was interesting. Drugs have definitely made a big difference in strength sports, distance running, biking etc.
   
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I was going to scan through it but watched the whole thing. Great presentation and some interesting facts. I always figured there was a massive difference between decades and drugs were the main reasn for that.
   
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I enjoyed that. I do think the gap is bigger than this guy suggests but what he said was interesting. Drugs have definitely made a big difference in strength sports, distance running, biking etc.
I agree, it think that gap is farrr greater. Drugs have made a difference in every aspect of life including all sports.
   
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10-16-2018, 08:09 PM

Good vid. One thing he didn't elaborate on was the mental aspect of it all. Case in point - once Roger Bannister broke the 4 minute mark, which had been previously thought to be impossible, suddenly, more and more started breaking the 4 minute mark. Same in all sports. Take bodybuilding or powerlifting. Once the unthinkable 20" arm barrier was hit, more and more started to hit that mark and surpass it. Same with the 600lb bench, then 700. That mental barrier plays a large - if not the largest role of all.

Note: The 20" arm might not be the best example, as it was Leroy Colbert who was supposedly natty. Obviously with the widespread use of AAS to follow, that was more easily attainable.
   
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Good vid. One thing he didn't elaborate on was the mental aspect of it all. Case in point - once Roger Bannister broke the 4 minute mark, which had been previously thought to be impossible, suddenly, more and more started breaking the 4 minute mark. Same in all sports. Take bodybuilding or powerlifting. Once the unthinkable 20" arm barrier was hit, more and more started to hit that mark and surpass it. Same with the 600lb bench, then 700. That mental barrier plays a large - if not the largest role of all.

Note: The 20" arm might not be the best example, as it was Leroy Colbert who was supposedly natty. Obviously with the widespread use of AAS to follow, that was more easily attainable.
Great point

Same with defeating an undefeated champion. Like in boxing, once they go down, they tend to lose more often.
   
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