Dwight Howard’s steroids is an interesting subject and actually quite different from the normal questions we get asked here. Normally when someone asks me if someone is using steroids they are either A: A bodybuilder or B: An actor. Sportsmen seem to get away with murder in the steroid world.
If you are a bodybuilder, weight lifter, powerlifter, or to some degree an actor, people will accept steroid use probably occurred at some point. However, if a boxer, mixed martial artist, or Olympic athlete over “performs” he just worked hard, no anabolic steroids will have been used and instead they get an innocent till proven guilty attitude, while the previous ones mentioned all get a “guilty until proven innocent” attitude. It’s funny, really. When I first saw Dwight Howard’s steroids mentioned on forums, I was shocked people were actually questioning this talented basketball player.
Let’s take a look at what the experts say about the sport known as basketball, shall we?
Derrick Rose, recently said that basketball has a “huge” steroids problem. Rose, whose team is currently in the NBA playoffs, also called for a more “level playing field” in his sport. Rose was asked the following question by ESPN the Magazine, “If 1 equals ‘What are PEDs (Performance Enhancing Drugs)’? and 10 equals ‘Everybody’s Juicing’…How big of an issue is illegal enhancing in your sport?”
In response, Rose said, “Seven. It’s huge, and I think we need a level playing field, where nobody has that advantage over the next person.” Again, I thought the above was a fair response. However, a fair playing field would surely be educating individuals on the use of steroids and making them LEGAL.
I’ve done plenty of articles on anabolic steroids now, including posting videos of DOCTORS from Harvard backing them and saying they are “safe” for individuals at most doses. It’s absolutely ridiculous the way steroids are treated, and the only way this will ever change is by educating the public.
Let’s look at the sport of basketball, if we want guys who can run from one side to the other as fast as humanly possible and then do an amazing jump to throw the ball through the hoop. If we demand these “over the top abilities” then don’t get upset when people use anabolic steroids.
We moan “HE GETS PAID [this much] A WEEK, YET HE CAN’T DO THIS!!!”
If a guy is getting paid 100k per week, yes he should be putting in full commitment to everything you’d expect, his training, nutrition, and work effort should be excellent, as should his anabolic steroid routine. This is what makes an athlete “the best”
Dwight Howard steroids is a question that will be asked often. Do I believe he used them personally? Yes, yes I do. His record is second to none, his work rate is second to none, and his strength and speed for a basketball player are quite frankly “Above the norm.” And when I say above the norm, I feel as though I am being slightly kind, don’t you?
Dwight Howard steroids will always be asked, but who cares if he’s used them or not? He’s a ridiculously gifted athlete who works his ass off, why complain?