Bodybuilding Essay Examples

  • Creatine

    1270 words - 6 pages

    Creatine has been around forever because it is in everything that we eat, such as steak, chicken, and fish. It has been around in supplement form since the early 90?s. Various professional, high school and collegiate athletes in the United States and all over the world use Creatine. Some big names in sports that are Creatine users include the likes of Shannon Sharpe of the Denver Broncos. (Behind the Lines: Espn). Others are Pete Sampras and the entire University of Nebraska Football Team. (http://www.espn.go.com/tennis/usopen99/news/1999/0907/44778.html). As well as those three

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    Steroids

    1192 words - 5 pages

    Steroids are known as synthetic versions of the naturally occurring male sex hormone testosterone. Although some people think that there are only positive effects from the use of steroids, there are far more negative effects than there are positive ones. Steroids may make you look bigger and feel stronger, but eventually they will become very detrimental to your body. There are physical and mental side effects to the use of steroids, and the continued use of steroids will be fatal. To the science world they are known as altered testosterone molecules. Juice or roids, as called on the street,

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    Creatine

    1068 words - 5 pages

    Creatine Creatine is an amino acid that occurs in our bodies and is concentrated in skeletal muscles. Recently it has become popular to supplement one’s diet with synthetically produced creatine in hopes of enhancing athletic performance. Creatine monohydrate is most commonly used form in athletics. It is nothing more then a molecule of creatine accompanied by a molecule of water. Nearly all (95%) of our bodies’ reserve of creatine is contained within skeletal muscle. The remaining creatine (5%) is found in your heart and brain. It is concentrated primarily in muscle tissues, includi

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    Steroids

    1903 words - 8 pages

    Steroid use has adverse affects? Or is a healthy addition to ones life? By: Chris Krieg The first thing you should know before understanding steroids is what they are. Steroids are synthetic imitations of hormones produced in the male body. Hormones are produce by different glands in different parts of the body. There are over 40 kinds of hormones produced by the endocrine system in the body. (But only 3 glands of many will be mentioned for the relevance and support of the specific topic of steroids.) Anabolic and androgenic hormones are produced by a combination of the testes, pituitary

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    Creatine Monohydrate

    1339 words - 6 pages

    Everyday a new nutrition supplement or a new diet is introduced to the public. In recent years and months, many people have started to take a larger interest in their personal health and exercise. Creatine Monohydrate is still the most popular and controversial nutrition supplement on the market today. This paper will include a background for creatine monohydrate because not everyone knows what it is. The paper will also include information and criticisms from a recent nutritional article on creatine monohydrate that was researched for this paper. Creatine monohydrate was introduced to the pub

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    Steroid Use On Our Youth

    1004 words - 5 pages

    Steroid Use on Our Youth Once viewed as a problem strictly associated with body builders, fitness buffs, and professional athletes, the use of steroids is quickly expanding in today’s society. In reality, the problem of steroids is spreading among teenagers, and high school athletes. With such a high rate of popularity among high school athletes, steroids can lead to some major problems down the road for the youth of today, but this can be stopped by creating harsher punishments for its users, or by encouraging the use of the many alternatives. Steroids began in the 1930’s as a medical t

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    Creatine Overview

    3138 words - 13 pages

    Creatine Overview One of the best kept secrets in the sports nutrition industry is research grade creaine monohydrate; the highest quality of creatine used in research studies. The results of the research studies spanning over a decade continue to substantiate that research grade creatine works to help increase strength and muscle size at a faster rate. So one of the important points to getting results from taking creatine monohydrate is to get a product that meets research grade quality, meaning it is full potency, soluble, purified, and free from impurities. The Fantasy

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    Steriod Use

    1281 words - 6 pages

    Steroids are a man made substance. There are two types of steroids, they are anabolic which refers to muscle building. Then there is androgenic which refers to increased masculine characteristics. Steroids refer to a class of drugs. These drugs are only available legally only by prescription to treat conditions that occur when the body produces abnormally low amounts of testosterone. Steroids can lead to serious health problems. Some are irreversible. The top most popular steroids are, Cocaine Energy Drink, Nitric Oxide (No2), Endothil, Anabolic Xtreme,Gakic, and Creatine. Steroids ar

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    Steroids In Sports

    1586 words - 7 pages

    Steroids in Sports A struggle for size athletic competition has been part of society since the early beginnings of man. Gladiators, wrestlers, and sprinters are few of the early types of athletes that competed. Mankind seems to have been born with a desire to compete; every man feels the need to have dominance over another man. These facts are even apparent in today's society. Now there are all kinds of sports to choose from, and many of these sports are played at a professional level. These sporting events give individuals that chance to be better than another person, just as the earlier one

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    Steroids Users Should Be Banned From Their Sport

    1487 words - 6 pages

    It is amazing what athletes will do to achieve higher levels of performance and to sometimes get the extra edge on the competition. Most of the time people do not realize the long-term effects that result from the decisions they make early in life. Steroid usage is one of the biggest topics in sports today. Homerun King Barry Bonds is a perfect example of why steroids are so big today. With the advancements that came from early studies, we have seen the popularity of steroids skyrocket. Even though steroids have been illegal for some time, the industry is booming with over a billion-dollar

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    Steroids

    1236 words - 5 pages

    It is amazing what many people will do to achieve higher levels of performance and to sometimes get the extra edge on the competition. Most of the time people do not realize the long-term and short-term effects that result from the decisions they make earlier in life. This resembles the use of steroids in a person's life. To many the use of steroids is not an alarming issue that stresses concern, but those who don’t realize the dangers now are bound to figure it out sooner or later. You may ask yourself what exactly are steroids and how do they damage your body? Steroids are compounds formed t

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    Steroids

    1667 words - 7 pages

    “The drugs that people call steroids are known as anabolic and corticosteroids” (Levert). It’s a powerful drug that many people take to increase their athletic performance. Athletes who take steroids think will help them increase their physical performance and their appearance, but it really doesn’t. Steroids are dangerous because they are illegal and they damage a person’s health. The use of steroids changed the way people play sports, especially in major professional organizations; which they banned steroids. Corticosteroids are drugs that doctors subscribe to help control swelling in the

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    The Legalization Of Steroids

    2612 words - 11 pages

    Media, the means of communication, as radio and television, newspapers, and magazines, which reach or influence people widely. This dictionary definition states what the media should be. However, bias is left out of this definition. It is this bias that allows the people to be told exactly what they should believe. Whether it is truth or lies, what is stated in the media is considered the absolute truth by the majority of people in the world. The bias also allows for only one side of a story to be told instead of the objective approach that should be taken when covering issues of all kinds.

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    Athletes And Drugs

    1118 words - 5 pages

    Athletes and Drugs: The Use of Steroids In today’s society athletes play a major role in the public’s life. Little kids look up to athletes as role models and hope to one day be as talented as they are. A lot of pressure is put on athletes today; athletes are pressured daily to perform to the best of their ability and sometimes even better. With the pressure on athletes they are forced into taking a drug called steroids that helps boost their ability to perform, whether it makes them faster, stronger, or have a better feeling about the game. Steroids have become more and more popular. Kennet

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    Use Of Steroid

    1246 words - 5 pages

    Most people have the goal and dream to have the perfect body. They believe they will be more popular, or attractive if they achieve the body that they desire. But what lengths will people go to, to get the perfect body. The biggest problem in sports today, as many people know, is steroids. Steroids do wonders for your body, but not only on the positive side, but the negative side as well. We all know they work, clinical studies have concluded what athletes have known for 30 years, anabolic steroids and human growth hormones do work. Anabolic Steroids are synthetically created chemical compoun

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    Steroids

    1195 words - 5 pages

    To gain a nice body for the ladies, to get the extra edge on the field, to become the next eight time, Mr.Olympia, competition winner, Ronnie Coleman are all reasons why people take steroids. Go into your local gym and find the two hundred fifty pounder who is benching five hundred pounds and most likely he's juicing. Juicing is a term known to many as injecting or orally ingesting steroids to become bigger and stronger at an increased rate. People all over the world from Olympic athletes to high school players use steroids or maybe small and skinny jimmy next door who is all of a sudden muscu

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    Steroids

    1301 words - 6 pages

    Steroid use is becoming more common in today’s society. With it being used by professional athletes more people are hearing and learning about them. This has also played a part in the use of steroids in colleges and high schools. Although the government has put a ban on steroids they are still able to be purchased and used illegally. Steroids should be outlawed though because of the lack of knowledge of the substances, the effects and dangers of steroids and the cultural stress it can play in sports. Steroids come in play in many ways but the most common use of these drugs is in sports.

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    Pumping Iron Editing Analysis

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    PUMPING IRON Editor Geof Bartz Co-Editor Lawrence Silk Directors George Butler and Robert Fiore Release year 1977 Synopsis Pumping Iron (Butler and Fiore 1977) is a cinema verite stylized docu-drama, which explores the culture of body building in the mid-late 1970s. The film follows, over the course of a year, the trials and tribulations of a group of professional and amateur body builders as they prepare for the all-important Mr Universe and Mr Olympia championships held in South Africa. Pumping Iron features a youthful Arnold Schwarzenegger as the charismatic

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    Steroid Use In Professional Sports Effect On Young Athletes

    4482 words - 18 pages

    Steroid Use in Professional Sports Effect on Young Athletes Do you ever wonder how many children grow up closely watching and idolizing their favorite sports superstars? I know as a child, everyone in my age group wanted to be like Michael Jordan or Bo Jackson. I often wonder if these superstars have any idea of the impact they have on the younger generation. If a professional sports star gets caught behind the wheel driving intoxicated children might think that it is justified because of his lime-light status. Taking on a professional sports contract brings many l

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    Steroids

    1540 words - 7 pages

    Do engage or not??? What do you think of when you hear the word, “Steroids?” Many people think of an over powering gentleman lifting a large amount of weight in the gym or a gentlemen whose shirt is way too small for his muscles. But, that is not always the case. Steriods are not only known for their performance enhancing attributes but also for medical purposes as well. These types of steroids are called medical steroids. So you ask why people choose to take steroids. This is a question that can not be answered by looking up research on the internet or in books. So I took the liberty to

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    Steroids

    2649 words - 11 pages

    Steroids All steroids have one unique trait: the side effects may not be seen for months, years, or even decades. Therefore, after you stop using you may not see some side effects for a long time. This could be potentially very dangerous because one would not be able to see the side effects, and if one continues taking them the side effects will be worse in the long run. Unless they are used for medical purposes, steroids are wrong to use because they are unhealthy, illegal, banned by most professional sports, and beginning to make their way down to middle school athletes. Testosterone is

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    Steriod Use By Athletes

    2154 words - 9 pages

    Steroid Use by Athletes As society merges from day to day and norms get more in percentage >there >are many things that are corrupting the American society. Of those many >things, there is the word that many people are familiar with and that is the >word "drugs". Many drugs come into the United States and flood each state >and town from North to South. In 1995 Newsweek came out with an estimate >that over 85% of teenagers have used or are using drugs at this present >time. >I am going to discuss one of the most dangerous types of drugs that is used >as a medical advancement as well as a

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    Juice Anyone

    1033 words - 5 pages

    Juice Anyone? The use of Anabolic steroids, also known as juice, rocket fuel, roids, pump-up pills along with some other street names are being more commonly used among athletes today. They provide the athletes an easy way to build muscle mass, but will still require them to visit the gym to build strength. Taking steroids will allow the athlete to see results much quicker. Since results are so quickly achieved, there are some side effects that should be well thought-out in advance. There are a few different types of steroids along with a few different ways to take them. An athlete sh

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    Steroids

    1038 words - 5 pages

    Anabolic-androgenic steroids are man-made substances related to male sex hormones. “Anabolic” refers to muscle-building, and “androgenic” refers to increased masculine characteristics. “Steroids” refers to the class of drugs. These drugs are available legally only by prescription, to treat conditions that occur when the body produces abnormally low amounts of testosterone, such as delayed puberty and some types of impotence. They are also prescribed to treat body wasting in patients with AIDS and other diseases that result in loss of lean muscle mass. Abuse of anabolic steroids, however, can l

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    Test Dont Test Highschool Athletes

    1417 words - 6 pages

    Test High School Athletes In high school, sports were created to offer athletic students a way to compete amongst themselves. Unfortunately, this competition brought up a way of cheating. Some high school students have substituted hard work and talent for the use of steroids. “In a 2004 study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 3.4 percent of high school seniors admitted to having used steroids at least once” (Anonymous). This isn’t saying that all high school students use steroids, however, steroids are present. Using steroids are illegal and random tests should be mandatory in high s

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    Steroids

    3056 words - 13 pages

    Steroids: Types and effects Immad Khalid Grade 11 Chemistry Br. Osman 05/18/09 Intro: what are steroids? The term ‘steroid’ is applied to a group of naturally occurring or synthetic fat-soluble organic compounds (lipids), whose structure is chemically based on a steroid nucleus - a hydrogenated cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene ring system (seventeen carbon atoms arranged in four rings). Many hormones, body constituents and drugs are steroids. All the corticosteroid hormones of the adrenal cortex (glucocorticoids or mineralocorticoids), all the se

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    Steroids Speech

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    Steroids Speech Intro In 1936 a scientist named Ruzika was the first ever to make a pure form of testosterone from cholesterol (steroid.com). It is then that steroids emerged as a performance enhancing drug. I am pretty sure we all have pre conceived ideas and notions about steroids and the people that use them. Today I would like to talk to you all about the fact and fiction of steroid usage. 1st I would like to talk about the History of steroids, 2nd the types of steroids, 3rd anabolic and androgenic affects, and 4th laws and regulations surrounding steroids. Now let’s get pumpe

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    Steroids

    1398 words - 6 pages

    Steroids Steroids are a performance enhancing drug that is illegal, but is widely used by people, especially athletes. Steroids should be legalized in the United States because it can have huge advantages to athletes and law enforcement officers, it can have positive symptoms, though children under the age of eighteen should not be allowed to use them. Steroids could have a greater impact on baseball players than any other athletes using them, if they were legalized. Baseball players have been caught using them more than any other athletes because of the huge increase in homeruns and player

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    Anabolic Steroids And The Negative Outlook

    1547 words - 7 pages

    Anabolic steroids and the negative outlook In a society where academic students pop adderall to increase their studies and millions of people smoke marijuana to enhance their creative abilities, why is that anabolic steroids are frowned upon in a society obsessed with obtaining results by any means necessary and condemned by the legislature? According to an article on Time.com, “Researches found that 42% of people surveyed in the U.S. had tried Marijuana at least once”(Lynch par.3). Anabolic steroids were legal in the professional bodybuilding era of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Lou Ferrigno,

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    Anabolic Steroids Regulation Not Prohibition

    2494 words - 10 pages

    After the 1988 summer Olympics the largest controversy surrounding anabolic steroid use emerged when gold medalist Ben Johnson was disqualified for doping, an infringement that stripped him of his medal. Consequently, the United States government ushered in the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, labeling steroids a Schedule III controlled substance and possession without a medical prescription became a serious federal offense (Aretha 19). Those who were affected most by the ban were not the minority of users: competitive athletes, rather the overwhelming majority: recreational users hoping to polish

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    Bodybuilding Not Just A Sport But A Lifestyle

    2343 words - 10 pages

    Bodybuilding is a process of developing muscle fibers through special muscle training exercises, increased calorie diet, and sufficient amount of rest. The sport is called Competitive Bodybuilding, where bodybuilders display their physical body to judges and receive points for their musculature appearance (Bodybuilding). Many people believe that in the end of 20th and 21st century bodybuilders have formed a unique subculture with their own set of values, beliefs,and traditions. Now, bodybuilding is regarded as a life style, an attitude towards life, people, and the human physique. As a spo

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    Steroids

    1276 words - 6 pages

    Steroids can increase muscle mass. Physicians can prescribe steroids to help individuals, but they are most well known for their abuse by athletes. These athletes feel they can use a boost in their games, so they turn to steroids. These drugs can cause many effects to their bodies. However what makes them most dangerous is that because the pros are continuing steroid use, even when it is killing their bodies, the amateurs are following in their footsteps. There are different types of steroids, anabolic steroids and corticosteroids. There are many people who do not know the different types. “

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    Steriods

    1561 words - 7 pages

    1) Gladiators, wrestlers, and sprinters are some the early types of athletes that competed. a) Mankind Seems to have been born with a desire to compete; every man feels the need to have dominance over another man. These facts are even apparent in today's society. b) Now there are all kinds of sports to choose from, and many of these sports are played at a professional level. c) That inbred desire to dominate will lead men to do almost anything for victory. i) This is good in many cases because it shows courage and perseverance; on the other hand, many have ta

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    Steroids

    1968 words - 8 pages

    Synthetic America As our nation ages year by year, the individuals that make it up look harder than ever to avoid doing the same by using synthetic steroids, and costly medical procedures. Our athletes get faster, stronger, and bigger every season. Every year brings new record breaking statistics in every sport. In addition to the athletes improving their abilities, they also seem to look much younger than their age tells us. Whether or not these are all just side effects of better knowledge, better training, and improved diets, they also point to the use of performance enhancing drugs. The

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    Steroids

    1776 words - 8 pages

    Since the fifties, people have been using many different types and variations of steroids in order to increase their muscle mass and enhance their athletic performance. But over the past few years the general public has also began to use it. All athletes from paid professional athletes, to college athletes, and even high school athletes, use steroids to give them a competitive edge. When people hear the word steroids, the first two things that come to mind are cheating and dangerous. The ironic thing about it is that many people are unaware of exactly what steroids are, how to take them, how w

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    Nitric Oxcide

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    Nitric Oxide “Round 1: Penn comes out swinging and head hunting to start the fight. Penn drops Hughes with a huge right hand and finishes with a flurry on the ground. B.J. Penn defeats Matt Hughes by knockout in 21 seconds.” (MMA Weekly) Ever wonder how a typical human being could commit such acts? BJ Penn is a ten year veteran in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. To help him get through his grueling training schedule and his arduous scheduled fights he uses a supplement called Nitric Oxide. Nitric Oxide was created by the same person who introduced Creatine to the world, Ed Byrd. “Ni

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    Steroids

    1082 words - 5 pages

    Steroids Steroid use dates back to the late 1930s and was introduced into the sporting arena in the 1940's and 1950's. Early users were mainly bodybuilders, weight lifters, football players, and javelin throwers-competitors who relied heavily on bulk and strength. ("anabolic steroids ")What are steroids? “A group of synthetic hormones that promote the storage of protein and the growth of tissue. Sometimes used by athletes to increase muscle size and strength.” (“answers”) Anabolic steroids are used by many people in sports today due to the rapid increase in muscle mass; they love the result

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    Where Are You Going Where Have You Been

    1013 words - 5 pages

    Kelly Griffin English 101 September 16, 2011 “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” In the narrative, Where are you going, where have you been by Joyce Carol Oates, she introduces good and evil through the main characters. Arnold Friend is portrayed as the evil, while Connie represents the good in the story. In the portion of the story, a situation arises where Arnold arrives at Connie’s home, unannounced. Many things are bizarre about the way Arnold presents himself. Whether it is how he looks, whom he is with, what is on the car he is driving, or his tone and manner towards

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    Performance Enhancing Drugs In Sport

    1653 words - 7 pages

    Many athletes of all ages are turning towards performance enhancing drugs as a way of improving their performance by giving them that extra edge. This is not only wrong but its cheating and harmful to the athlete. Performance enhancing drugs have been around for hundreds of years. The Incas of the South America country Peru used the burned leaves of coca trees to give them great amounts of energy when faced with battles, hunts, ect. Even today they use coca leaves as a way of giving them the energy to do a full days work. Today we know that the ashes of the coca tree’s leaves actually conta

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    Anabolic Steroids

    1016 words - 5 pages

    Since ancient history, many athletes have resorted to performance enhancing aids to give them an edge on their opponents. Greek Olympians used strychnine and hallucinogenic mushrooms to psych up for an event. "In 1886 a French cyclist was the first athlete to die from using a performance enhancer, called speedballs, a mixture of cocaine and heroin. In the 1920's, physicians inserted slices of monkey testicles into male athletes to help boost vitality. In the 1930's Aldof Hitler allegedly administered the hormone testosterone to himself and his troops to increase aggressiveness" (Schrof, 54

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    Drugs And Athletes

    1563 words - 7 pages

    Drugs and Athletes Many athletes of all ages are turning towards performance enhancing drugs as a way of improving their performance by giving them that extra edge. This is not only wrong but its cheating and harmful to the athlete. Performance enhancing drugs have been around for hundreds of years. The Incas of the South America country Peru used the burned leaves of coca trees to give them great amounts of energy when faced with battles, hunts, ect. Even today they use coca leaves as a way of giving them the energy to do a full days work. Today we know that the ashes of the coca tree’s le

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    Steroids

    2145 words - 9 pages

    Eng 122 Final Paper Steroids I was twenty-one years old when I decided to experiment with steroids. My weightlifting partner and I were very strong but we had both plateaued in terms of size and strength gain, and were looking for a better way to gain more strength and size. We had started to ask questions around the gym on the best way to do this, albeit very discreetly. The prevailing answer that was on the majority of people's lips was steroids. We had decided to do a thirty day cycle in order to see what type of gains we could achieve. The size, strength, and performance enhancemen

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    Bodybuilding

    1237 words - 5 pages

    Frederick Engstrom 10/30/2011 Bodybuilding Bodybuilding has more to it than people think, it also has a great history and has come along way. Bodybuilding is a sport that takes a lot of hard work and dieting to do. It is also known as a form of body modification. This has to do with muscle hypertrophy. Men and women that are involved in this activity is known to be a bodybuilder. In this sport men and women take their bodies on stage and are given poses that flexes a certain muscle in front of four judges. These judges assign points based on their appearance. The muscles are shown through a

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    Steroids

    2354 words - 10 pages

    Anderson Page 1 of 8 Robert Anderson Prof. Santoro English Comp 1 sec 151 Research Paper April 29, 2008 Anabolic Steroid Anabolic steroid is widely being used by young teens throughout middle school and high school. Studies reveal that children in fifth, sixth, and seventh grade, aging from 9-13 are using anabolic steroids.(isteroids) Think of a number that would represent the percentage of middle school students that have taken an anabolic steroid at least once. “According to steroid stats of various studies, 5.4% of all middle school students are reported using steroids. This includes

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    Creatine Essay

    1284 words - 6 pages

    Creatine In Sports Chris Bratusa HFA 4M MS. BRINE JAN 31ST, 2011 Table Of Contents Creatine in sports Tennis in Creatine Wrestlers on Creatine Knowledge about Creatine Conclusion Creatine in Sports Creatine has been around forever because it is in everything that we eat, such as steak, chicken, and fish. It has been around in supplement form since the early 90's. Various professional, high school and post secondary athletes in North America, and all over the world use Creatine. Some big names in sports that are Creatine users include the likes of Shanno

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    Steroids

    1687 words - 7 pages

    Juiced Up How many people have always wanted that perfect body? Maybe you want to get thin and muscular or just wanted to get that edge as an athlete. I know I have wanted all of these ever since I was in high school. Today, many teens are worried about their appearance, they are always comparing themselves to celebrities and athletes. Teens are looking for new ways to build muscle mass quickly without putting in the extra work. Many teens are turning to steroids for that quick edge. In the last few years, steroids have been a hot topic in the news. There have been numerous reports that ma

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    Bodybuilding

    1580 words - 7 pages

    Brandon Lybeck English 101 1/19/2012 Rough draft “Body Building” For years, people around the world have been intrigued by extraordinary displays of human physiques. Over time, this intrigue helped form the sport of bodybuilding. Bodybuilding has become a sport that involves almost every characteristic of a true athlete. Such characteristics include extreme dedication; perseverance and a willingness to have one’s life revolve around the sport. If Greek mythology still existed, bodybuilding would be the sport made for the gods. It is a sport that demands more than most can give phys

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    Steroids

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    Steroids Win, win, win that’s what it’s all about. Being the best and wining at all cost, no matter what it takes. In recent years, athletic competition has intensified to the point that increasing numbers of athletes are striving to upgrade their performances with the desire to be recognized as the best. Because players want to play, coaches want to win, and spectators demand to be entertained, the game is no longer about dreams, discipline, and competing, it is about illusions, deception, and winning. And no price is too great to pay to win. Although many athletes reach their goals through t

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    Anabolic Steroids A Comprehensive Examination Of

    5171 words - 21 pages

    Introduction Imagine huge, bulking, muscles without an ounce of fat anywhere to be seen on the human body! How is this possible? Anabolic Steroids can make this fantasy a reality but with a price. When one thinks about steroid users, pictures of hulking monsters come to mind; however, the most common users are unprofessional, amateur weightlifters. Known on the streets as “roids,” Anabolic Steroids can have dire effects on the body. Steroids are drugs that produce the same effects of testosterone in the body. Steroid users desire the drug because it can help them train harder and longer

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    Steroids

    3138 words - 13 pages

    SPerformance Enhancing Drugs For a lot of people, sports are the center of life. They live for sports. They would probably play it all the time if they had a chance to. To play sports is a good hobby to have. It gives the much needed exercise that all humans need in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. It can help keep children and adults stay away from negative influences. They can even teach discipline because people need to keep practicing in order to get better at the sport that they play. Sports bring out the competitive fire in players. Although, some people play just for

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