Should athletes use the performing enhancing drugs that are NOT illegal?
For example: Drugs like excedrin and sudafed can enhance a runners performance in a race.
In my opinion, drugs, even if it's legal, should not interfere with the athletes performance so that they can judge who's the better man in a race or sport.
Technically everything you put in your body influences it in some way. Why should things be illegal if they have a positive influence.
by ParadigmEnacted 6 years ago
Do you care whether or not professional athletes take performance enhancing drugs?I don't. It's supposed to be a larger than life spectacle.
by Kevin W 6 years ago
Would you take Steroids or other performance enhancing drugs?Pro athletes that have been caught are ostracized for taking them. It's cheating plain & simple, but I do understand the argument. If you were a highly recruited athlete or a veteran professional athlete that started to lose your...
by DeShawn Collins 9 years ago
With the suspension of Rashard Lewis for Performance Enhancing Drugs do you think others are too?whether knowingly or unknowingly do you think others are using as well in the NBA and is this a reason to be concerned?
by optimus grimlock 8 years ago
What do you guys think about this?
by qwark 8 years ago
What's the problem here?We humans have about as much athletic ability as "cattle!"Instead of publicly embarrassing "users," why not do as they do in bodybuilding i.e. 2 classes of participants, 1 group "natural" and another, "users." Let the players...
by Michael Ward 6 years ago
Why do so many people want to blame drug dealers and not drug addicts?I ask this question because of something I saw yesterday. I saw a police officer taking away a 6 year old child for dealing drugs (obviously not a prison...6 year old kid after all). And I thought to myself, his circumstances put...
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