Beyond that, the world of performance-enhancing drugs is much muddier. Take baseball, the sport that made steroids and human growth hormone (HGH) famous, and it becomes clearer why advocates for the legalization of performance-enhancing drugs exist. For decades, a culture of drug enhancements — from “greenies” to steroids to HGH — has been cultivated in the sport. If an athlete wants to make it to the majors, it’s a given that he’ll have to beat PED-using opponents to do it. And, in 1998, when Barry Bonds saw juiced-up Sammy Sosa and Mark McGwire race to break Roger Maris’ single-season home run record, there was no way he was about to let them knock him off the throne. Bonds had already proven to be the best player in baseball off steroids; then he decided to be the best on steroids too.
“Now everyone is starting off at a different level so depending on your last cycle adjustments can be made to fit each individual,” according to Piana. “It can be scaled down or up hopefully people can handle this part on their own. For the more advanced that are doing much higher doses of GH my reasoning is anything higher than iu a day will cause the intestines to grow and eventually you will have a growth gut also same goes for using insulin but everyone is free to add on whatever they choose. GH and insulin will put on more size than anything but in my opinion it will ruin the physique!”