Steroid usage is apart of the sport of bodybuilding. Whether you’re an IFBB Professional, a gym junkie looking to make gains or simply just an avid observer of the sport, the realization that steroids and growth hormones are being used on constant basis is something no one is surprised about. It takes more than dedication and hard work to make it to the top. Being born with blessed genetics is a major leg up in this specific sport.
For those looking to become professional bodybuilders the gap between being your run of the mill gym rat to becoming a bodybuilder capable of winning shows and making considerable money is as large as a canyon. For this reason it seems like a near impossible task to make the kind of improvements needed to become a professional in a sport that’s all about developing the body to the peak of human potential.
Some people are of the ideology that the only way to make the transition from amateur bodybuilder to full pledged pro that they must take steroids. It may be a harsh reality that most people don’t want to talk about and with good reason. It’s a touchy subject in most other sporting organizations including bodybuilding.
The most touchy issue by far is the access to performance enhancing drugs. Where do they come from? Who provides them? And what are the risks of supplying the product to others? For this amateur bodybuilder, the consequences were high and forever changed his life. Steroid use may be a common thing, but being a steroid supplier has it’s own specific share of consequences that can change a dealers life forever. Take a look at Mark Ferrara’s experience with steroid use and sale.