Steroids have been popular for decades, evolving from a ritual that was once confined to professional bodybuilding and sports to a regular high school recreational activity used to improve speed, strength, and muscle size beyond natural levels. As with any drug that offers external results, since the enhancements are visually apparent, those using such drugs are easily convinced that they are in fact healthier than before, yet temporary positive appearance improvements are not always synonymous with what occurs on a cellular level.
In addition to those involved in sports who wish to enhance performance, many thin bodybuilders are interested in the fastest method to enhance muscle mass, and when they see professional bodybuilders using massive amounts of steroids to produce 100+ pounds of additional lean body size, they feel as if this must be the path to achieve what they define as success. Yet, what many forget is that bodybuilding, a hobby that has always associated itself with healthy living, is actually transformed into a risky, potentially life threatening path when steroids or growth hormone become valid options.
There are two distinct bodybuilding groups that seem to have misconceptions of what can and cannot be produced naturally; one extreme believes that the muscular bodies of professional bodybuilding stars on the cover of muscle magazines can be produced without superdrol steroids, or with some bodybuilding supplement that substitutes for drugs, when this is a completely false notion. To those who follow the bodybuilding industry closely, professional bodybuilders are known for their rampant, rather stunning level of drug abuse, and they would carry substantially less muscle if they were training without steroids, even when using every legally available supplement. Another vast misconception claims the opposite, which is that no bodybuilder can gain substantial muscle without using steroids, which is just as misleading. Although the muscle size of professional steroid using bodybuilders cannot be replicated without