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  • Do you know why most steroid users won't admit to using?

    Because they feel guilty. Especially those who haven't even spent longer than 6 months in the gym total (throughout their lives). Those guys are the biggest b****es of them all. Most of them have no idea the work and strategy it takes to put on muscle and then become trainers and want to tell other people how to put on muscle. When that same person lifted without results for months before finally deciding f**k it and start juicing. I've seen guys on the juice that won't even pick up any decently heavy weight because they are AFRAID they would get TOO BIG. They just stick to mediocre weight and walk around like they have a 500 squat, bench, and DL.

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  • Yes ! It's definately cheating.

    It's definately cheating.
    There are always people who say it's not cheating. Often the users itself.
    And when you have a contest you have a competition between cheaters. Then you can say it's fair again.
    But they have major benefits by using AAS. An easy way to gain muscle fast. And then they lie about it. That's cheating.
    What's even worse is that they create the illusion that this physique is possible natural. Good genetics, hard work, blah-blah... While this are factors of the process, it's the steroids what make them big.
    And by lying about it they give naive people false hope and make money with it. They present themself as great coaches and let people pay for their advice. But they never tell about the steroids they use. Is that fair?

  • YES ! Definately !

    It's definately cheating.
    There are always people who say it's not cheating. Often the users itself.
    And when you have a contest you have a competition between cheaters. Then you can say it's fair again.
    But they have major benefits by using AAS. An easy way to gain muscle fast. And then they lie about it. That's cheating.
    What's even worse is that they create the illusion that this physique is possible natural. Good genetics, hard work, blah-blah... While this are factors of the process, it's the steroids what make them big.
    And by lying about it they give naive people false hope and make money with it. They present themself as great coaches and let people pay for their advice. But they never tell about the steroids they use. Is that fair?

  • Steroids are definitely cheating

    There is no need to even explain the concept behind this. It is common sense. Steroids aren't natural, they are man made and were never meant to be in your body, and are illegal for a reason. Steroids are a clear form of cheating. Hard work and dedication should be what you get big using, not steroids

  • Yes it is dumbfuck

    A steroid user can build almost double the muscle without any weight training as a natural bodybuilder can with weight training. Why are steroids made illegal and banned from all professional sports besides bullshit ones like ufc and pro bodybuilding? If you use steroids you are a cheater. A steroid user can literally sit, do nothing and still gain muscle. Yeah that's a cheat.

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  • Using steroids IS cheating.

    Yes, I believe using steroids should definitely be considered cheating. Steroids improve strength, stamina and muscles, giving whoever uses them an unfair edge over the rest of the competition. I would consider this to be cheating. Any coaches or trainers who suggest or condone the use of steroids should be dismissed.

  • Not at all

    Using steroids, if you don’t work twice as hard and actually stick to it, depending on the steroid you’re using, you’ll just get bloated and gain nothing. People who say it’s cheating and steroids just do the work for you, have no idea how steroids work or what they do.

  • It's not cheating ... Almost ...

    It's not cheating in any way if people are using it for personal benefit. I don't care what people are putting in their bodies, so long as they don't hurt others or break the law.
    But to claim that they have not used steroids and compete in a professional and drug-tested competitive event is something that would definitely raise eyebrows ...

  • No it's not cheating among American Athletes because it creates a level playing field for over 100 million Americans

    Steroids in American beef! 100 million Americans ate beef that came from beef cattle that were injected with anabolic steroids. Does that mean 100 million Americans are cheaters. This number extends to every known professional sport in the United States of America and there Olympic team for the past 20 years or more because this has been going on for atleast 20 years

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  • Not at all

    Some have great genetics that allow them to compete at a higher level than most people.. Is that cheating?? Is that fair?? We watch sports for home runs, slam dunks, knockouts and things most cant do.. Anything that makes more of those should be encouraged.. Because at the end of the day its us fans that fork out billions for the love of seeing these things

  • Steroids is not cheating

    If steroids is cheating then working hard, dieting and having good genetics is also cheating. If you are not willing to do everything you can to be the best athlete possible then why are you playing your sport. People who are locked into a goal do anything they can do to be the best they can be and are willing to sacrifice there life to reach there goals. Also it's not the drugs that make a champion, it's the hard work commitment and passion. Are they working harder because if steroids? No. They are pushing themselves because of why they are. If you call steroids cheating you just an average person who doesn't understand the true meaning of passion.

  • Its really not.

    Steroids are just getting ahead. Steroids give you a chance to compete with the competition. Although there are some things that happen when you're using them that are great, there are also some side effects to the drug, just like everything has a side effect. Just because you are on steroids, it doesn't necessarily mean that you are better. Of course there is an advantage but after a long term use of steroids, they seem to not be as effective. Seeing as it grows muscle and increases stamina having raw talent beats enhanced talent any day.


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