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Subjects using the precise synergistic dose gained lbs. of muscle in 12 weeks while the placebo group gained lbs. Subjects also got significantly stronger when tested on maximum weight lifted on the bench press, deadlift and squat. Their combined strength increased by almost 212 lbs. from the initial testing 12 weeks earlier! In fact, subjects using the BetaATP TM combination gained lbs. on their combined 1-rep max bench press, squat and deadlift, while subjects using a placebo gained only lbs. on their combined lifts. That’s an amazing 279% more strength gained than the placebo.
Q.: I am the association manager of our local bowling association, and I have a young gentleman that will be going out for the high school golf team and wants to bowl in a USBC sanctioned league. There will be prize money at the end of the bowling season which will be the second week of April. What is his eligibility or penalty if he participates up to the beginning of the season, or during the season? He is under 18 and his parents have signed a USBC waiver?
A.: ROE Article IV provides is that (paraphrase): A student must be an amateur in ALL WIAA recognized sports in order to be eligible - in ANY WIAA sponsored sports. Thus, since the Association does not presently sponsor interscholastic bowling amateur status restrictions do not apply.