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Old 02-25-2014, 06:49 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Quiet frankly i always wanted steroids to be legal. I want to see the absolute best physical specimens perform and if steroids helps that then i am all for it. The amount of money most athletes make (not ufc fighters) make taking roids a really acceptable risk for me. If your going to be making 5-50mil playing a sport then the least you can do is take the risk of taking roids. And if you are not willing then great... do TRT.... and if you are not willing to do that and cant compete with everyone else well that is tough. They obviously wanted it more then you.

I have even actually watched a documentary a couple years ago and it was about the effects steroids have on health when used moderately and at the end the scientists said if someone uses steroids once a month then there is actually no negative health effects. Its not until people start overdoing it that it becomes dangerous.
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Old 02-25-2014, 12:23 PM   #22 (permalink)
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We can argue all day long about whether TRT should be allowed or not... but the fact of the matter is it's legal.

So it seems silly to me to chastise those who are currently taking advantage of something that is 100% legal.

You can wish it wasn't legal.... but it is.
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