People will get quick results when using properly. Many people do not think that they should be legalized because of the side effects of using them. On the other hand many people also think that they should be legalized because of the quick results they create. Much like smoking, steroids have side effects, but if people are will to take the risk, why not legalize steroids. Steroids are a compound that helps regulate various bodily functions.
Now performance-enhancing drugs are being used more then ever by athletes to improve their athletic abilities. Athletes also use steroids because they want to be the best in the sport that they participate in. Even non-athletes are using steroids because they want to gain more muscle without doing all the work. The use of steroids is cheating. Through looking at the effects of performance-enhancing drugs, the unfair advantage they give a player, and the affects they cause others and sports they should be banned completely from the world of athletics.
To tell the truth, steroids just like pretty much everything else in this world, have pros and cons to it. To some athletes the pros outweigh the cons so they take steroids. For others it is the opposite. I am one of the others, I believe the cons outweigh the pros and athletes should not use steroids. People have heard of steroids and some of them know what they are or have a clue to what they are, but some just have no idea.
The use of steroids is to try and gain an athletic edge. Steroids can cause a person to get bigger, stronger and faster but they will not give you skill or agility and technique. Many athletes abuse these drugs in order to boost their athletic performance but they may be doing so at a cost. Not only will the athlete be suspended or kicked out of their sport if they get caught, they also may be putting themselves at a serious health risk.
Then, whenever the team offers a giveaway item, the fans rush out to get whatever it is that their team is giving away. In addition, they cover their walls with items of every kind. A baseball fan will have his bedroom walls decorated with posters and with caps and buttons. When they go to a game, the true baseball fans put on their team colors, paint their bodies, and even bring along hand-lettered bed sheet signs proudly proclaiming "Go Reds" or "Pirates are Number 1." At the game, fans form a rooting section, constantly cheering on their favorite players and obediently echoing every cheer that might be started by a section or by the team.
The eight men included the great "Shoeless" Joe Jackson; pitchers Eddie Cicotte and Claude "Lefty" Williams; infielders Buck Weaver, Arnold "Chick" Gandil, Fred McMullin, and Charles "Swede" Risberg; and outfielder Oscar "Happy" Felsch. 1 The White Sox team was founded in 1900 as an American league franchise, owned by Charles Comiskey. They were originally called the White Stockings. Later Changing their name in 1902. In its first year, they won the league championship.
In 1977 a Los Angeles scout discovered Valenzuela in a Mexican baseball league. In 1981 Fernando Valenzuela pitched his first ever Major League game. His outstanding pitching led the Dodgers to the “World Series” the Dodgers won against the Yankees that year, and Valenzuela won the “CY Young award,” and the “Rookie Of The Year.” He soon burst on the scene, fans increased by 9,000 every time to see Valenzuela pitch. This was known as “Fernando mania” at Dodger Stadium. He was also given the nickname “El Torro,” but that reign would soon end in 1991, when he was released by the Dodgers.
However, drug abuse in professional sports can be anything. Things such as marijuana, alcohol, Human growth hormones, amphetamines, prescription drugs and other performance enhancers are just some of the drugs that are found in a drug test. "Performance enhancers, like steroids and other forms of doping, have a negative effect on long-term health. For then users of these enhancers are hurting themselves in the long run without on the average improving their short-term rewards from athletic competition, as long as competitors also use harmful enhancers. This is the main rationale for trying to ban steroids and other forms of doping from athletic competitions."
The runner slides as the catcher reaches out and tags home plate just ahead of the runners’ cleats!! “Safe!” yells the umpire. The catcher argues but to no avail. The game is over. There is a very controversial thing happing in baseball today: should Major League Baseball (MLB) use instant replay to review close calls made by umpires?
You also need to be in great physical condition. Being in great physical condition will help you be a better baseball player. It helps you go longer in games that come down to the wire. So, make sure you run everyday. Set a goal to make everyday.