When a baseball player gains muscle it make the player be an all around better player because baseball is a game is strength and skill. If a player has more strength and skill they will be able to hit the ball further and they would be able to throw the ball a lot harder and further. Most of the time in baseball when players start to take steroids it is normally given to them by there team trainer. Most of the time the trainers don’t tell the players that they are giving them steroids they often just put it into an energy drink and give it to the player so the player will not think it is steroids. There are a few cases where players will take the steroid with out anyone knowing.
An anti-doping program in the U.S tries to prevent sport athlete from cheating; unfortunately, became less strict often blocked by unions and contracts. The athletic drug testing is simple and straightforward, but another way is “mandate” force the athlete to agree to participate and have to obey the rules of the sport. In today world there, a great challenge determining to detect enhancing drugs because continually new chemicals make it nearly detectable. For example, “gene doping” a newly created enhance drugs that athletes can inject making them build muscle, which essentially be non-detectable. That a person born to be bodybuilders from the moment they start.
With steroid use ramped throughout modern sports the records set buy steroid users might be out of reach for us normal people. But are they out of reach? Everybody knows that steroids make a person stronger, and faster than they could normally become. This means that the only way to set sports records is to be the best but if there are two men who are technically the best but one takes steroids who do you think will set the record? The only way to keep sports fair is to make sure that both men have the same advantages the only way to do this is to make sure both men have taken steroids You could make the argument that punishing athletes for their steroid use would keep them from using steroids and keep American sports fair.
In “ Anabolic Steroids: An Ethnographic Approach” Paul J. Goldstein states “ I suspect that if a pill or an injectable were available that was touted to guarantee such a competitive edge in business, or in grant writing, it would be used eagerly.” This is a strong statement because automatically it puts your perspective on steroids in retrospect. By stating this Paul J. Goldstein puts the way he feels athletes look at steroids, in a way that anyone would look at steroids if it were for their craft. If steroids were used to give you a competitive edge in business how would it be any different than steroids being used in athletics? With that being said, athletes aren't the only people using theses performance enhancing drugs. It seems like at any local Power house, or any big name gym you could point out steroid use or average people that use steroids.
Health Reflection Basal Metabolism is the amount of energy that is required to keep your metabolism going at a resting state,I think that Steroids is a type of hormone build with testosterone for medical use.Androgenic is a steroid hormone,it controls the development of masculine characteristics.steroids can be really bad by taking to much of it. Anabolic steroids are the most common to be abused because they are the ones that get used more. Steroids make you grow stronger and make you look good with muscles. It will help you in sports like baseball, volleyball, basketball, football, and many others. Steroids can cause facial hair and other masculine traits on females.
This once again proved that steroids have a negative effect on the athlete's although they do improve the athlete's performance. Would you take something that was hurting and possibly killing your body just so that you could be the best in a specific sport? Some of the men that were involved in the study had to quit it because they were worried that the steroids were going to potentially ruin their bodies for the rest of their lives. That is evidence that anabolic steroids should remain illegal and can be used effectively in my argumentative
Colton Torrance 11/21/13 Philosophy Term Paper Why steroid use for athletic enhancement is not morally wrong The use of steroids for athletic enhancement has been one of the most contentious aspects of many sports for the last couple of decades. With the innovation of more enhanced drug tests along with improved performance-enhancing drugs, this matter has only become more prevalent. At almost any level of sports, whether it be high school football or the Olympics, steroid use is practiced world-wide at an increasing rate. Furthermore, despite the attempts to prevent the use of steroids by the NCAA, WADA, and any other association/organization that drug tests athletes, which cost more money every year due to the need to test more athletes
Steroids have always been known as a performance enhancing drug, and now WADA has had to increase testing because of anabolic steroids. This is a dangerous class of steroids, which pharmaceutical companies have created, and some are not traceable. The abusers may become addicted to the synthetic anabolic steroids just as easily as the true form of steroids. Synthetic steroids also model the negative effects such as, physical problems, social relations, nervousness, and irritability. The use of a steroid will build larger muscles, and reduce muscle damage that can occur during intense workouts.
Professional athletes are only concerned with one thing. That is winning. Because professional athletes are fierce competitors they use steroids to get ahead of the game. There are mainly two reasons that they use artificial steroids. Money is very important this day in age and using steroids will make you better than everyone and you will be rich and successful.
This increases the heart rate of the individual, which leads to the release of dopamine, associated with pleasure. Acetylcholine receptors in the brain adapt to what they regard as normal levels of the hormones released, making smoking a necessity to maintain the new ‘normal’ level of pleasure. This is why smoking becomes a ‘necessary’ habit to maintain, as stopping can cause withdrawal symptoms such as irritable behaviour, sadness, anger, stress, fidgeting and depression. Smoking is considered as ‘addictive’