hoopsfanatic21_old
with all the problems in professional sports dealing with steriods and other illegal forms of supplements does anyone think it already is or could become a problem at the highschool level. A lot of pressure is put on kids today to succeed. Even creatine, do you think that gives some kids an unfair advantage over others. Just wanted to know what others thought on this topic.
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rockets06_old
Really i think that it is all how hard you want to work. Someone could take creatine/steroids to hit training hard, but if someone that has a lot of heart does it, you couldnt tell the difference. I dont think its pressured on to kids, i think its more of a personal choice on there part, and most kids who take it really want to be good. But if they want to be good, they should do it, and could be natural other than artifical. I know i would rather be natural.
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swishot32_old
i agree, but as far as steroid use, i know it happens. I think it is the stupidest thing and there is know way i support it (like most people). As far as creatine and all that other junk, i don't know what i think. from what i know, they don't even know for sure if that stuff is safe, but i could be wrong.
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