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What Is Tetrahydrogestrinone?

  • Date Submitted: 06/17/2011 12:40 AM
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What is Tetrahydrogestrinone? It is often referred to as (THG or The Clear) an anabolic steroid. Anabolic steroids are illegal. When synthetic steroid hormones are prescribed and used correctly, their side-effects can be greatly reduced. But when safeguards are ignored, lives are devastated (muscleenhancers).
    Many people see steroids as a dangerous drug that can destroy your future. Others don’t see it that way. They see it as an escape from working hard and a faster way to get the results they want to see. I believe steroids take away your life and your ability to perform in a natural manner. So I ask you “If steroids are illegal, why do people use them?
The majority of steroid users tend to be young, male athletes, although steroid use is not limited to bodybuilders and football players alone. Increasing evidence shows that athletes in endurance sports such as swimming, running, and cycling use steroids (dwb.unl.edu).

        However, steroids are never prescribed to young and healthy people hoping to gain muscle, WITHOUT A PRESCRIPTION, STEROIDS ARE ILLEGAL (cedu). For a time, THG was considered the drug of choice for safe and "invisible" world record breaking in athletics, being used by several high profile gold medal winners such as the sprinter Marion Jones. (Wiki).
      Marion Lois Jones was born October 12, 1975, in Los Angeles, California, the daughter of George and Marion Jones. Her mother, a medical and legal secretary, had immigrated to the United States from Belize. When Jones was an infant, her parents divorced, leaving her mother to raise her and her older half-brother, Albert Kelly, alone. In 1983, Mrs. Jones married Ira Toler, whose death four years later of a stroke was a devastating loss to young Marion and her brother.
In 1984, Marion was deeply impressed by track stars Florence Griffith-Joyner, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Evelyn Ashford, and Carl Lewis as she watched the Olympic Games on television. She wrote on her blackboard at...

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