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David Garrett English Drugs in the NCAA This article should be placed in a body building magazine or college magazine for insight on drugs in the NCAA Two heavyweight wrestlers engage in battle The two are tired from two and a half periods of grueling punishment One of the wrestlers positions himself to lift the other wrestler in the in the air and toss him straight to his back The wrestlers used his strength holding him down and pinning him The losing wrestler is upset not just because of the loss but he believes that the other wrestler is on steroids allowing him to win What the losing wrestler does not understand is that steroids alone cannot make you an athlete It is true the athletes who use steroids are using drugs to make them stronger but that does not come without hard work Athletes in the NCAA who use steroids are not trying to break the rules just to break the rules they are using the drugs to be the best athlete that they can be This is just one example of why the NCAA should allow performance-enhancing drugs mainly steroids to be used Athletes have used steroids for years to help them achieve their athletic and personal goals Doctors have reported that steroids can cause premature death These are not false accusations but if the users of the drugs knew what we know now about steroids those premature deaths might have been avoided Many of the men and even women who used the steroids used them irresponsibly paying no attention to the hazards and well being When researched and used responsibly steroids can allow an athlete to gain size weight speed and strength in a fairly safe manner I was talking to one of my friends who has in the past and is currently using steroids and I asked him what it felt like while you where injecting yourself with this drug
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