Winning with Steroids
Pro athletes often use steroids to exert massive amount of energy and focus. Pressures to be Most Valuable Player tend to sway unnatural behavior and wrong decisions. Doctors provide easy accessibility, they also find any means of steroids derivatives to deceive and pass any drug testing that is to be administered. When administrations of steroids are induced, already peaked performers exert unnatural performances and rapid muscle recovery. The limitations of performance on steroids are few, taking the athlete to another level of the game.
When getting drafted into the Major League Baseball organization and signing a contract for 252 million tons of weight falls on the shoulders of the athlete, not just from peers but from coaches, teammates and investors. As a pro athlete goals are set high and expectations are even greater. The World Series is on athletes minds every day as well as becoming the MVP. Alex Rodriguez, Mark Maguire, Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens, Jason Giambi, and Jose Conseco all had the same idea, Baseball’s Hall of Fame. All six experiencing pressures from all around to be the best, they resorted to the ingestion of an illegal substance to give them there edge, which they found.
Steroids began in the Olympics in 776 BC, when athletes would ingest sheep testicles as a form of testosterone. The most common steroids in pro sports today include Human Growth Hormone, Testosterone, Dianabol, Androstenedione and Ephedra. Doctors for pro athletes have novel ideas and find derivatives of those that can not be tested. The steroids can be taken through injection, consumption, and creams. In 2004 George Bush signed into law the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 2004. Which puts hundreds of steroids and there derivates against the law. As of April 5,2005 the rules changed to a “three and out” for the first offense players are suspended for 50 games, for the second offense 100 games, and the third they are...