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May 8, 2010  |  Posted in  Steroids Blog

Adult users of steroids focus more on muscles than medalsA majority of anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) users are not risk-taking teens or cheating athletes, as per a new review. According to the review, most adolescent users of steroids do not appear to be stimulated by sports performance or athletic competition to take steroids.

The study was conducted by a collaboration of researchers from around the country coordinated by Jason Cohen, Psy.D. candidate and made use of a web-based survey of nearly 2,000 males in the United States.

From Sciencedaily.com:

“These findings question commonly held views of typical AAS users and their underlying motivations,” said Rick Collins, one of the study’s authors. “The focus on ‘cheating’ athletes and at risk youth has led to irrelevant policy as it relates to the predominant group of non-medical AAS users. The vast majority of AAS users are not athletes and hence, are not likely to view themselves as cheaters. The targeting of athletes through drug testing and other adolescent or sports-based interventions has no bearing on non-competitive adult users.”

The study concludes that these AAS users are a driven and ambitious group dedicated to gym attendance, diet, occupational goals and educational attainment. “The users we surveyed consider that they are using directed drug technology as one part of a strategy for physical self-improvement within a health-centered lifestyle,” said Collins. “Effective public policy should begin by accurately identifying who’s using steroids and why. We hope our research – the largest adult survey of non-medical AAS use we know of – is a significant step forward in that direction.”

It was suggested by the review that most steroid users are extremely careful in undertaking planned drug regimens along with a health combination of a healthy diet, exercises, and ancillary drugs.

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