A lot of people argue that using steroids in sport is cheating. It is giving an unfair advantage to one or more athletes over those who do not use steroids. But a counter argument says that a wealthy athlete has an advantage anyway. They can afford the best trainers and the best training facilities and could maybe be training full-time because they don't need to work as they are so wealthy. If that is an unfair advantage then why not allow steroids as well? Why not have a genuine, open-slather policy where any athlete can exploit any technique in order to become better? And if not, then why not prevent wealthy athletes from having an advantage over poor athletes?
He continued, “That’s my advice to everyone out there. Do your research and learn as much as you can about anything before you do it. There’s always a better way to do something. If you have the choice to do natural or do steroids, stay natural. There’s no reason to do steroids. You’re only hurting your body and hurting yourself. But if you want to become a professional bodybuilder, guess what? You’re probably going to have to f—— do them. You’re not going to have a choice — you’re going to have to do them. That’s the boat I was in. I was competing on stage and I was getting to point where I was going to keep getting blown off the stage if I didn’t do them. So I took that step and that’s the road I chose. And here I am.