Well, if this is for a debate, look at why steroids are banned. It’s not because of health risks, it’s not because of roid rage, it is because they are unfair. As in, they give an unfair advantage to everyone using them over those that don’t.
So this is the point of view that you need to attack. Ask yourself, if there are no steroids on the playing field, are things fair? The Olympics are usually held as the bastien of pure, fair competition so it’s good to attack them. Do any competitors have an unfair advantage over the others? Yes. And nobody cares
First, technology gives certain competitors the advantage. Athletes from the US have an unfair advantage in the equipment they use compared to those poorer countries. Look at the shoes, clothing, etc of athletes from wealthy countries compared to those of the third world. Fair? Not when something can shave time off a race.
Second, athletes in more prosperous nations have better access to quality food, supplements, and the benefit of not having to work, just train. All of which is an unfair advantage to those that don’t. Should we disallow this?
Third, genetics. Based on their bodies, certain competitors have an unfair advantage in certain sports. A taller, long limbed person has an unfair advantage in the high jump compared to someone who is 5’2. Should they be allowed to compete?
I think you see where I am going. When people shoot down steroids in sports, it’s not the substance that is the problem but what it represents. “It’s cheating” “That’s not fair” And this is what you have to argue against.
Your oppositon won’t like you sticking to the matter at hand and will try to bring up any number of pop culture steroid biases. If they want to bring up health concerns, look up the injuries and deaths that come about as the result of just competing in a sport at a high level. Boxing, football, running, etc.
And you can go on pubmed and bring up any numerous studies where they gave a cycle to people and they were none the worse for wear with no side effects.
Anyway, hope it helps…