I suppose this raises a number of questions.
- Do we believe Dabo in terms of it being a mistake?
- Should the NCAA itself start testing supplements and making recommendations?
- If the NCAA tests and makes recommendations, what is the process by which products are resampled and retested?
Bullet three reminds me of the biometrics industry. Product vendors put a lot of effort into getting FBI Certification. Once their product is certified they sometimes build it with cheaper parts. Sometimes those parts are cheap enough that anomalies are discovered by end users and then when compared with the FBI's testing results show a deficiency in the newer product. I could see this happening with supplements. Remove Ostarine to get through NCAA testing. Add it back in and for some mysterious reason, everybody seems to prefer your product for its efficacy.
I'm sure we haven't seen the end of this issue.
What's your take TKPers?