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Look at yourself in the mirror Without thinking that you are vain for doing so what would you change Would you like a more toned body bigger and stronger biceps even What if there was something that could make that happen with half the exertion it would take the average person Well there is There always has been Anabolic steroids have been used for centuries on in Starting around the 1930s was when the first bursting light of the drug was seen Since then there has been a broad variety of types and classes When you think of steroids you imagine of a big brawny man walking around about to pop out of his shirt because his muscles are too immense In reality there are different types of steroids and they are used for different things like helping to aid people back to health As horrible as the media makes anabolic steroids seem its not as bad as the big bad wolf Because to every story there are 3 sides theres your side their side and the reality Everyone is skeptical about anabolic steroids when in reality the skeptical people are ignorant about the subject and dont have the full picture of the area under discussion splattered on the canvas There are three main things that usually are not discussed when it comes to the use of anabolic steroids falsified and media stories the health benefits and studies and when the use of steroids came into the public eye and was made into a controversial and downbeat issue In news media and even cartoons there has always been some kind of reference to anabolic steroid use Usually it is always said to be negative and almost always is never used to make it seem like it could be used for something in a positive light News uses it as a way to describe something beyond immense Something that is so huge that
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