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Discussion in 'Other Sports' started by Big TT, Feb 6, 2012.
Because that happens...
Many men are more healthy with steroid use than men without. Falsified information.
Pay attention dunce.
What if they can't do it because their body can't handle it? Doesn't that put them at a competitive disadvantage?
Body can't handle it?
Wouldn't that be more reason to do steroids?
If your body can't handle the use of steroids, it sure can't handle athletic activity.
What if an athlete has blood pressure, cholesterol, or liver problems? Steroids could reek havoc on a person with the above pre-existing conditions.
Interestingly, here's a peer-reviewed study that links steroid use to pathological narcissistic personality traits (read: thinking you are smarter/better than everyone else and being unable to admit when you are wrong).
I'll let everyone in this thread determine how this study may or may not apply to the topic of discussion here (and some of the individuals posting in it).
Really surprising! You mean... a study was composed to show that people that wanted to take their bodies further... are narcissistic?
That's ground breaking.
Next, there'll be a study to show us how people that shop at Macy's regularly are also narcissistic.
I suppose they then probably can't take the LEGAL PEDs, either.
So their health puts them at a disadvantage (and does regardless of steroids...).
I mean, we can't say everything is fair for the guys that have torn MCLs either, I suppose...
Did you even read my post? Tell you what keep using. I approve this message.
I used for about 3 months... like 3 years ago.
That was it. Too expensive. Plus, I didn't like feeling bulky. I wasn't bulky... but it felt like it. Clothes actually fit. Not cool.