Ive got no problem at all if the message they wanna get across is don’t use anabolic steroids in high school sports.
Don’t really see how you can argue against that.
If you’re using a banned substance in competition against others who are not, then you’re a cheater, simple as that.
If you just wanna take some extra vitamin T on your own time, thats perfectly fine, but if you’re taking a kids scholarship spot and winning trophies in high school thanks in part to a needle in your ass, then you’re no good in my book.
And again I wanna point out that I’ve got no problem with intelligent AAS use for well educated adults.[/quote]
Sorry, but I’d much rather have people thinking steroids are something they’re not, opposed to people who do no research or don’t take the time to intelligently plan a cycle and know the physiological demands they’ll be placing on the body - especially kids.
You know, I know, we all know how we were when we were younger - the more you do something, the better/bigger you’re going to be, right?
Actually, I back the campaign 100% - because it’s geared towards kids and young people… who have no business using steroids.