Marion Jones, former Olympian gold medal, may be serving time for lying about using performance-enhancing drugs.
I myself have a confession to make. I use performance enhancers to gain that extra unnatural edge over other developers. I am currently using RedLine, a potent energy enhancing formula, which I ordered from Amazon a month ago, but GNC also stocks the product. I was looking for something a bit more powerful than RockStar, my previous energy drink of choice.
RedLine delivers spectacularly, almost as good as the Ephedra I consumed before it was banned three years ago. It works by inducing the body to shiver. Plus, it doesn't have any calories like RockStar. (The diet version did nothing for me, but RockStar Zero Carb might be more effective than RockStar Diet Drink.)
I have seen many reviews on the Internet by users, about half of which have had extreme reactions (uncontrollable shaking, stomach cramps, elevated heart rate, seizures) from using it and questioning why the product isn't banned by the FDA. It's been called "crack in a bottle." Still, there are others who don't feel affected by it. The product includes multiple warnings, and you are only supposed to drink half a bottle. I am not making a recommendation, because you could possibly die, but I will stick with it.