posted on Oct, 13 2012 @ 02:41 AM
Fact of the matter is....all of these preformance enhancing substances must be abolished. The culture of steroid abuse must end. So a pro football
player has no choice but to use them to compete on a world stage. A cyclist, track athlete, golfer, ball player. etc, etc, etc. To risk the health
and future of yourself for the sake of a quick dollar?
Let's look at some athletes who partake? Ken Caminiti, Flo-Jo, Alzado, various WWF wrestlers, etc.
What's the life expectancy of an NFL Lineman? 55?
Of course the playing field is stacked to those who are willing to risk the consequences. What of those who refuse? They cannot compete on a FAIR
playing field. SIMPLE.
Steroids act as a catalyst to working out harder and more intensely no doubt. But take them away and the TRUE skill and determination rises.
At the end of the day it's cheating. No more, no less.
And had steroids not been used by Mr. Armstrong, and possibly contributing to his testicular cancer, would the charitible campaign even occurred?
Think about it.
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