Let’s take a pair of pink glasses and admit that the area of fitness and bodybuilding is one of the sports where the frequency of use of forbidden substances is among the highest and far from being limited to those that their body feeds and where these substances are practically a condition for success. Women are no exception in this respect. According to the Striegel (2006) survey, regular athletes can experience steroidi anabolizzanti by nearly 20% of men and 4% of women.
What do we learn in today’s article?
How do banned substances divide by the World Anti-Doping Agency WADA?
What are the positive and negative effects of anabolic steroids.
Can a rapid increase in muscle be caused by a combination of protein creatine?
Why do men use the anabolic agent to enlarge the mammary gland, and there is an abundance of acne.
How to sign anabolic use on a female body.
That the use of anabolic substances in the spirit of fair play and health is not the right nut.
Nowadays, almost anyone can take anabolic steroids
, and it’s very likely that you meet someone in your fitness every day. Almost always, when someone suspicious of a bigger one, even bigger than ourselves, will see in the gym, the question arises: “How is it bigger than me? Is that the borec pure or something?” As you can guess, it does not matter on size alone, because it can be expressed not only in muscle mass, but also in excess of water and fat.
You will find it difficult to inquire about his body weight, height and percentage of body fat so that you can calculate his FFMI (the bodyless fat index). So there are other, fairly accurate physical signs that the individual “takes something”? We can say yes, even scientifically documented, and today’s article will bring you closer to these symptoms.
How do the WADA World Anti-Doping Agency divide prohibited substances?
Androgenic anabolic steroids (AAS) are a group of substances including male sex hormone testosterone
and similar artificially produced hormones with similar effects. AAS, however, are not the only group of prohibited substances used in sport. The World Anti-Doping Agency divides banned substances into ten groups (S0-S9). Specifically, the AAS belongs to the S1 group.
The issue of AAS can not be perceived entirely black-and-white, and it is by no means possible to say that their use only brings negatives. AAS are also used in medicine as a supportive treatment for diseases with muscle mass loss. These include HIV, chronic liver and kidney disease, or postoperative conditions (Basaria, 2001).
The application of AAS in sports brings both the desirable effects for which they are used and, on the other hand, the negative (unwanted) effects their users face. In this article, however, we will only focus on those effects that are visible and “blinking” in the eyes at a glance. If, for the purposes of this article, we divide the visible effects of steroids and other substances on a … Read More