Georges St-Pierre believes the USADA program is not foolproof. He was talking in Joe Rogan\u2019s Experience, and said a shocking thing \u2013 he likes the program and all related to it but there is a way to trick it. (via MMAMania.com) In 2013, Georges St-Pierre left UFC and he claimed he won\u2019t return unless they perform some radical measures when it comes to steroid use. That stance led to some big changes in 2015, and USADA started to test all the fighters without exceptions. You would think the new program is enough to bring GSP back but he is still on a thin ice. \u201cEven now, it\u2019s still easy to ,\u201d St-Pierre told Joe Rogan in a recent episode of his podcast (via MMA Fighting). \u201cLet\u2019s say I want to have an injection of a product that will last in my body for two days or one day. So I know that particular day I cannot be tested, because if I am, I\u2019m screwed.\u201d \u201cSo I put on my whereabouts that I\u2019m traveling to freaking Antarctica or anywhere, somewhere that is believable, and then I come back two days after. That substance will stay in my body for a certain period of time, but the effect of it will last maybe a month. And now we\u2019re talking about performance enhancing drugs \u2014 people, they misunderstand this.\u201d \u201cThey go, \u2018Well yeah, but it still doesn\u2019t make a difference,\u2019\u201d St-Pierre continued. \u201cYes, it does make the different in an athlete. And the reason, in the eighties and before, you more power, more stamina, more endurance. Now, man, with the technology, they have stuff that will change your reaction time, your confidence, your reset time.\u201d \u201cAnd this is a huge, huge application, man. If you play baseball or you\u2019re fighting, you see the things coming, you have your reaction time, you\u2019re sharper in the brain. What makes a guy athletic, it\u2019s not his muscle. The reason why Usain Bolt ran faster \u2014 there\u2019s many reasons why, but one of the main reasons is because his brain, his nervous system is faster.\u201d \u201cAnd if you make your nervous system better and more competent, you\u2019re a better athlete. You\u2019re a better fighter, you\u2019re a better baseball player. You\u2019re a better person, in a way. Of course that effect is limited, but there\u2019s still the muscle memory thing that will last and it could last forever.\u201d \u201cIt\u2019s very hard to catch people,\u201d Georges concluded. \u201cSo like I said, it\u2019s easy to take something.\u201d What do you think, is there a chance Georges St-Pierre will take a very long vacation from fighting after this conversation with Joe Rogan?