If you're going to do it, I think DetroitLion just gave you the best advice here, of course couple that with somewhere around 6K calories a day and lifting absolutely heavy and balls to the wall.
Side note. I find this thread really interesting in how the word cheat is used. Yes, steroids give you an edge, advantage and whatever other word you can work in from a thesaurus here, but I'm sorry I don't consider 'roids cheating and I'll explain my position.
I only played at a DIII school, a highly competitive DIII school (at the time I was there the Sears Cup was only in its 8th year of existence and we never finished out of the top 5, I don't know how we've faired recently), but I can say with complete knowledge that 3/4's of our team was juicing. I have friends who played all over the country at very good D1 programs Tennessee, Pitt, Syracuse (maybe cuse isn't very good, lol), Rutgers, UCF, USF, and a few others and off the top of my head my personal friends who attended at those places all juiced but a few. Point being is, is it cheating if it's the accepted culture? A freshman tight end at my DIII school asked our Off Cord/Strength Coach how he could get on the field the following year and I was standing right there. Coach pointed at one of our more juiced out of his mind DE's and told the TE to ask him what his "diet" was. I know this isn't a story that only I can tell and I have more but i'll move to point 2.
I don't care how much steroids I ever did or would do, I was only as good as my skill set. This may be old to rehash but Barry Bonds did win 3 MVP awards before he ever touched juice. Did he necessarily need it to be great? Not at all. Did it make him much better? Absolutley. Take a player like Royce Clayton, or any mediocre ball player, Joey Cora perhaps? Give them all the juice in the world and yeah maybe a few more fly balls go out but their skill set is what it is. Juice doesn't make the athlete, but it can make him better. This idea that if you juice you will be some monster performer just isn't correct though.
Didn't mean to hijack this thread at all, but if you read my (few) other posts you'll see my degrees and what I do and this steroid issue, morality, performance of, effects, is something that is very interesting to me. As there are plenty of informed and intelligent members here I just wanted to bring this up for discussion. Also, don't think that this was put down to call out or disagree with anyone but if we're going to move forward on the subject of steroids/ performance enchancers we need to start to create an intelligent dialogue about it. There are people who don't think that HRT should be allowed because of steroid propaganda that is out there, so I think it's the responsibility of people who both understand and use steroids to speak out on the subject, regardless if that is for or against the use and practice.