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JRE MMA Show #53 with Jeff Novitzky

Jeff Novitzky is the Vice President of Athlete Health and Performance for the UFC.

37 thoughts on “JRE MMA Show #53 with Jeff Novitzky

  1. This is a Re-Re-post (by Boddha), that Jamie Keeps deleting on the JRE Podcast. Please copy and paste 👊🏽 This is the most pathetic attempt at damage control I've ever seen 😂. Mibolerone aka Cheque Drops (CD) is the drug Jon Jones was taking, CD has a half life of 2-4 hours and it's very popular with fighters and powerliftes (Jones has connections with powerlifters), CD is often cut with Turinabol because they're similar (except CD is MUCH more potent and has a much shorter half life). CD is taken in microdosages, this explains why Jones had such small trace amounts of turinabol in his system, turinabol is taken in mg not microdosages, the fact that Jon had picograms and results that he was clean and other results showing obvious signs of re-administration supports this. If you want more info on CD just google "(60:14) Brendan explains Turinabol – Jon Jones" , you'll find a Reddit link where an actual PED expert explains why Jon had Turinabol in his system (Tweet the link to Daniel Cormier, tweet to Cormier about Mibolerone) or you can click on this link which takes you to Brendan's podacst in which he reads a message that a PED expert sent him @zLb0 and skip to @ Funny how Brendan never mentioned this on Joe's podcast, I wouldn't be surprised if Joe told Brendan not to talk about it on the JRE. Remember people, Joe, Jeff and USADA work for the UFC. Last time I posted this on a Jon Jones PED video, the Powerful Young Jamie deleted my comment (TWICE) the last time it had almost 2K likes.

  2. This is the most pathetic attempt at damage control I've ever seen 😂. Mibolerone aka Cheque Drops (CD) is the drug Jon Jones was taking, CD has a half life of 2-4 hours and it's very popular with fighters and powerliftes (Jones has connections with powerlifters), CD is often cut with Turinabol because they're similar (except CD is MUCH more potent and has a much shorter half life).

    CD is taken in microdosages, this explains why Jones had such small trace amounts of turinabol in his system, turinabol is taken in mg not microdosages, the fact that Jon had picograms and results that he was clean and other results showing obvious signs of re-administration supports this. If you want more info on CD just google "(60:14) Brendan explains Turinabol – Jon Jones" , you'll find a Reddit link where an actual PED expert explains why Jon had Turinabol in his system (Tweet the link to Daniel Cormier, tweet to Cormier about Mibolerone) or you can click on this link which takes you to Brendan's podacst in which he reads a message that a PED expert sent him

    and skip to 32:52

    Funny how Brendan never mentioned this on Joe's podcast, I wouldn't be surprised if Joe told Brendan not to talk about it on the JRE. Remember people, Joe, Jeff and USADA work for the UFC. Last time I posted this on a Jon Jones PED video, the Powerful Young Jamie deleted my comment (TWICE) the last time it had almost 2K likes.

  3. The argument that microdosing is only with endogenous hormones is stupid.

    If you take small doses of something throughout the day, then you will metabolize more of the compound. When you metabolize more of a smaller amount of a compound you’ll be left with a smaller amount of metabolites.

  4. why wont you have victor conte on??? fraud ass UFC shill. talk about how you want the ufc to fire you but thats because you cant sleep at night knowing your as dumb as the fucking commissions

  5. keep your current base of fat ass neckbeard followers. the respect you lost in the MMA community and hard working men will be your downfall. you should have Jamie delete this shit so noone else ever gets to see it you vagina. Keep racking up your millions you simple minded fuck

  6. Why don't all of you young chemists with PhDs go and write a scientific paper refuting the claims made in this video. That's how it's done in the scientific community if you want to refute a claim made by another scientist. You write a paper and publish it in a peer-reviewed journal explicitly stating what you refute and why. Why don't y'all do that ? Oh let me guess, most of you are actually not educated enough to do that.

  7. This guy's knowledge is a joke, doesn't even know difference between oral and injectable turinabol… It's the same drug dork, the only thing that changes is the route of administration… Dude how, for someone who makes his living off of sports, you should more knowledgeable of peds… Just being an expert on the show

  8. Their is no argument that triple J – John “juice” Jones is a juice cheat this argument is only about this time. Everyone knows John and his juice bros are career long cheaters hence will triple J is the jungle juice goat

  9. So I'm only about twenty minutes in but so far it seems that Jeff is trying to bring up some kind of obscure study to explain how the banned substance somehow didn't show up before and suddenly is now. And he's saying the chemical resurged in his body? What? When does that happen? How would that happen? He doesn't give a clear answer he just gives word salads, claims ignorance, and uses appeal to authority to cover up the massive holes in his explanation. and tries to pass off anyone who has some semblance of critical thinking skills as Internet Pseudoscientists that don't know what they're talking about.

  10. https://youtu.be/n0cMx4Kykv0
    A great argument why this is complete bullshit. Joe i expected more from you. You talk about evil corporations and how they keep things quiet, you sir are doing just that. Sit in your isolation chamber and think about how you are being a "company man" or you are to stupid to see the truth.

  11. This is literally so cringe to watch…. It defy's all belief their position on trying to cover this up…. The only person calling this as they see it in the spot light is Schaub… Jon is a cheat….. Dana has tried to cover up to save his pennies…. Novistky is the first line of defense… and now Rogan is implicated in the UFCs shitty web of wankness…. poor show JR.

  12. If you are going to highlight limitations of drug testing procedures and standards, at least be accurate in your statements. Don't use hyperbole and expect to be taken seriously, it only creates distrust.

    For example, reporting a positive test result in strictly quantity versus concentration (how the test is done) is misleading. Saying they "only" found 60 pcg makes it seem like there were 60 pcg TOTAL in his entire body, which is impossible to determine, and is not even what the test is reporting. The test detected 60 picogram (pcg) PER milliliter (mL) of urine.

    Since Jeff Novitsky's analogy of putting "a pinch of salt in an Olympic swimming pool" is potentially inaccurate, I did the math to see if it actually is, but am having a hard time believing that no one has pointed this out to him yet, so there is a chance I am wrong.

    1 “grain” or "pinch" of salt is estimated to be 5.85 x 10-5 grams (0.0000585 grams), which is likely based off the molecular weight of table salt (NaCl), which is 58.44 grams per mole. One mole is 6.02214076×10²³ molecules, which isn't really relevant right now, but other comparisons I have done have used it. One picogram (pcg) is 1 x 10-12 grams, or 0.000000000001 grams. So 0.0000585 grams (a "grain of salt") = 58,500,000 pcg.

    An Olympic sized swimming pool holds roughly 2.5 million liters of water, which is 2.5 billion milliliters (mL).

    So, doing the math of 58,500,000 pcg of NaCl (salt) in 2.5 billion mL = 0.0234 pcg/mL, which is SIGNIFICANTLY less than how much of the DHCMT "M3" metabolite was detected in Jon Jones urine (80 pcg/mL).

    The amount of the metabolite detected is over 3000 times that of a grain of salt in an Olympic pool. To be fair, the DHCMT metabolite weighs a lot more than table salt, so there will be significantly fewer molecules of the metabolite compared to salt for each 80 pcg/mL, but that wasn't really the point. The point is, they detected more than the UFC is trying to make people believe, regardless of how incomprehensible that amount is for most people. It isn't really that incomprehensible for actual scientists, though.

  13. That guy is full of shit so is jon he tested dirty and said it's from 18 months ago and said it stays there for up to 7 years than he test negative right after the fight so what happend to that staying in system shit he always test dirty and noone else does because he takes steroid dude hes a cheater

  14. Create another MMA forum where all drugs are allowed, and let the puritans have their glory as well.
    Don't tell me you wouldn't love seeing a bunch of Brock Lesnar-ish guys rage fighting to the death.

  15. 99% of your comment is completely accurate & true, however there is one mistake. USADA does not work for the UFC, the UFC uses them as as an independent testing source.

  16. I cant even finish watching this dumpster fire, train wreck, car crash on a highway, disaster of an interview that is the most blatant attempt of a cover up and damage control I've ever witnessed. Really Joe? Really?

    EDIT: It would be great if he could give at least 30 minutes or an hour of reading comments from this section on an upcoming podcast! I would greatly appreciate that!

  17. i study cellular molecular biology. still in grad school. but from what i know personally cross-referenced with the research i've done after i heard this podcast i just want to say that everything Jeff Novitzky said checks out. The trace amounts found in john jones's body, if it really is in picograms, the science that exists today isn't efficient enough to tell whether or not his system is reacting to a substance he took years ago or even how it was administered. for all we know he could have made out with a coked up hooker and is still paying the price years later. i think it's unlikely but that really is how inaccurate the detection level is at such low levels

  18. Starting at about 12:00 into the podcast, you will hear Jeff explaining how small the amount of substance was that was found in Jon Jones's body. I find it really suspicious that Jeff explains it in such a way that would suggest he almost prepared Jones's defense before this was all made public. Make your own judgements on this.

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