McGwire: Steroids won’t improve foot-mouth coordination
Updated: January 12, 2010

By Zaki,

Mark McGwire finally came clean, admitting he used steroids for over a decade during his playing career, but he disputed the notion that the drugs ever improved his foot-to-mouth coordination.

“I believe I was given this gift,” McGwire said during an interview on Monday. “I took steroids to clobber baseballs. But no pill, injection or cream could ever help someone’s God-given ability to repeatedly cram their own foot in their mouth. I truly believe that.”

Research conflicts with McGwire’s claim since approximately 100% of known and even suspected steroid users have significantly improved their natural ability to jam foot to mouth.

McGwire’s past and current performance falls directly in line with the research.

“Steroids may not improve someone’s natural foot-mouth coordination,” said Scott Borodynko, a Physics professor at Temple University. “But it will certainly give them the power to really mash it in there and the recovery necessary to do it over and over again.”

Zaki is the Chief Rocka and senior writer for

One Response to “McGwire: Steroids won’t improve foot-mouth coordination”

  1. Johnny Hamer on January 18th, 2010 12:24 am

    I was thinking “Big Mac full of special sauce”

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