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  • Drug Abuse In Sports

    Drug Abuse in Sports The nature of sports is the passion and desire to win, the habit of competition is second nature to us humans and many athletes would do anything to come out on top of their opponents. However, the decision is up to us to choose whether we want to make the right decision or wrong. Majority of athletes would take the time and improve by working hard this being mentally and physically, however, there are some athletes who would rather take the easy way out and use drugs to improve their skills. This is where drug abuse takes place, athletes take these drugs so they can have the edge on their opponents so they have a better chance to win. Therefore, sports authorities should come up with a better method for permanently getting rid of performance enhancing drugs due to the harmful effects it has on the athletes and the spirit of sports. People might argue otherwise, but taking drugs to better your performance in sports can relate to a student working hard trying to earn a convenient grade on a test while another student cheats on a test without even studying for it. The use of cheating to benefit yourself is unfair to those who put in time and effort. However, Performance enhancing drugs have been around where it was used by the Greeks in ancient times, sadly the effects of performance enhancing drugs haven’t changed, and athletes to this day still use it to better their performance. For example, Barry Bonds was one of baseball's best hitters ever, putting…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Cheating In Sports

    There is nothing like watching a close sporting event. What if you found out the players you enjoy watching the most were not using their natural talent and were cheating? Performance enhancing drugs are not fair in sports. First off, they are a form of cheating. Most athletes work in the weight room and sacrifice their time. They work hard to use their natural talents and abilities, PED’s give the players an undeserved and unfair edge over his or her peers. “It is not fair to those…

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  • Why Do Male Athletes Use Steroids?

    Male athletes have a high risk of developing traits and medical issues that can be avoided by the use of drug testing. As the use of drugs increase within male athletes due to rising standards from society and competition, many face the pressing issue of developing traits that are not common to men, such as the development of breasts and higher voices(“Drugs and Athletes”), as well as conditions that affect the body physically and psychologically. Although different drugs come with different…

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  • Bodybuilding Steroids Research Paper

    Website: T: Bodybuilding steroids: advantages and tips how to use Steroids were created long time ago and are considered to be medical treatments. There is a term in medical industry, called “anabolic-androgenic steroids” (AAS), which refers to men sexual features. Nowadays steroids are popular in many countries of the world in two different options. First of all, anabolic steroids are substances, which have the same behavior, as men hormones and are used in muscle increase of…

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  • Crazy Compass Winstrol Research Paper

    CrazyMass Winstrol is a supplement which contains the properties of steroid as well as available in an oral form, so you don’t need to follow the painful process of using injections. Additionally, this supplement is mainly for cutting agent because it does not produce the massive weight increases as well as also turn around some of the bloated look of testosterone along with changing the dry look. CrazyMass Winstrol is well-known to be the most admired brand name in the entire world.…

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  • Benefits Of Bodybuilding Essay

    Bodybuilding Natural Vs Steroids With bodybuilding, as popular and as mainstream as it has now become, unfortunately there is a certain stigma attached to it that simply will not go away, and that stigma in question is the use of anabolic steroids, hormones, and various other illegal, and potentially harmful compounds. As dedicated to bodybuilding as an individual may be, most members of the general public will take one look at a muscular guy and immediately brand him as being a steroid user.…

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  • Should Steroids Be Allowed In Sports Essay

    Jake Brown English 3 3rd Period 19 March 2018 Should Steroids be allowed in Sports In professional sports, athletes take steroids to get stronger and obtain more muscle mass. Most take them for an unfair advantage or to gain an edge on the competition. Men and women all across the world take them daily. The very first use of steroids has been dated back to Ancient Greece. The athletes in the Greek Olympic Games consumed large amounts of testicles from sheep and bulls. The testicles increased…

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  • Why Professional Athletes Use Steroids

    Plenty of Athletes in sports today use steroids. Not all of them get caught, but when they do it’s a big price to pay. Most athletes think steroids are worth the risk, but they really aren’t. Although steroids help a minority of professional athletes increase their physical strength and performance, the media reports show professional sports are dominated by the majority who use steroids to get an advantage. Many athletes use steroids, and drug test are always catching people. Most healthy males…

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  • Case Study: Pharmacy About Omnadren

    Pharmacy AdsomnadrenAbout Omnadren Omnadren is a four-component testosterone. The four different substances work together in such a timely manner that Omnadren remains in the body for a long time. For this reason many compare Omnadren to Sustanon 250. This comparison, however, is quite poor since, in part, there are large differences between the two compounds. Although both are "four-compo-nent testosterones" the individual substances of Omnadren and Sustanon are not completely identical.…

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  • Why Legalize Performance-Enhancing Drugs?

    Why ban performance-enhancing drugs? Andrew Vierra-Former NCAA Athlete and Current Graduate Student in Philosophy at Georgia State University Studying Ethics Athletics is under fire after a major blood-test leak revealed another doping crisis. The leak divulged that a third of Olympic medals won in endurance events from 2001-2012 were won by athletes who may have been doping, and with the Athletic World Championship in Beijing happening this month, many are concerned that not enough is being…

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