This is the second time Jones has tested positive for using banned performance-enhancing drugs. The 30-year-old was scheduled for a bout with Cormier at UFC 200 in July 2016, but tested positive for two banned substances , clomiphene and letrozol, and was banned for one year . That failed test came just three days before the event, leading to him being pulled from the fight. According to TMZ, Jones could face up to a 4-year ban as a multiple-time offender. Testing positive for Turinabol carries up to a 2-year suspension from the USADA for first-time offenders, according to MMA Fighting.
With the use of anabolic steroids while dieting we are finally able to hang onto a large portion of the muscle mass gained in our off-season period of training. Sure, some of it will still be lost when the diet reaches a certain level of intensity and it must necessarily reach this level if we are to truly lean out but the difference in muscle loss versus muscle kept will be nothing short of miraculous. With them in play, steroids before and after a diet will give one a leaner more muscular physique, one that has held onto much of its strength even after losing so much weight; one that is harder to the touch, harder in appearance, more vascular and more pleasing towards the desired purpose.