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Course 3 – The History of Anabolic Steroids

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The History of Anabolic SteroidsHuman beings are competitive, i's in our nature and naturally we compete to win. Through out history, there has been repetitive proof that people will do anything to transform their body into a machine in order to be bigger, better and more competitive, ultimately to come out number one.

The use of performance enhancement drugs dates back through history to the mid 1800’s where documentation of Amsterdam’s swim team was using many stimulants from caffeine to cocaine and heroin to aid in athletic performance has been uncovered. Drug use by athletes trickled through every competitive sport by they early 1900's.

In 1931, chemist Adolf Butenandt discovered the hormone androstenone. Leopold Ruzicka, a chemist in Zurich, synthesized this hormone in 1934. It was already known that the testes contained a more powerful androgen than androstenone and pharmaceutical companies were spending a ton of money on research. In May 1935, the hormone was dubbed "Testosterone," which was derived from the words "Testicle," "Sterol," and "Ketone." Within the next few years, scientists discovered that it could be made synthetically from bulls’ testes. Studies on humans began two years following this discovery.

German scientists synthesized other anabolic steroids and used them on their soldiers during World War II in order to increase their aggression. According to Hitler’s physician, even he was injected with this new synthetic hormone in order to treat medical issues.

In 1954, the Soviets dominated the World Weightlifting Championships. John Ziegler, Austria’s team physician learned from the Soviet’s team physician that his athletes were given testosterone during their training.

The Americans soon jumped on that bandwagon in an effort to dominate the following Championships. The team physician not only began administering Testosterone injections to his athletes immediately, he also teamed up with Ciba Pharmaceutical Company in order to develop a performance enhancer even better than that used by the Soviets.

In 1956, Dianabol (Methandrostenolone) was developed. By the 1960’s Anabolic Steroids were being used by mainly bulky athletes including: bodybuilders, weightlifters, discus, javelin and shot put throwers and football players. Steroids made their way into the hands of many athletes in almost every sport in both professional and amateur settings by the 1970’s.

In 1967, the International Olympic Council banned the use of steroids by their athletes and by the mid 1970’s most major sporting organizations also followed suit. In 1972, there was a full-scale drug-testing program implemented for Olympic athletes. Unfortunately, the methods of use were far more advanced than the methods of testing athletes got away with steroid use through the late 1980’s. Eight years later, the Anti-Drug Abuse Act, which stipulated very severe legal penalties for illegal sale or possession with intent to distribute, was passed. Now, steroid possession and/or distribution was considered a felony. Next, the United States Congress added steroids to the Controlled Substances Act as an amendment known as the Anabolic Steroid Control Act of 1990. Steroids were now placed in "Schedule III" classification, along with amphetamines, methamphetamines, opium, and morphine, and carrying the same penalties for buying or selling them.

Meanwhile, steroids and their super human like qualities had become so popular that along with all of these athletes they were also being used by many non-athletes for physique enhancement purposes. The illegal magic steroids became high in demand so naturally, a booming black market developed and began manufacturing and distributing them in an underground fashion.

In the 1990’s the medical community had certain steroids approved by the FDA for medicinal purposes. Physicians began prescribing steroids to keep lean body mass on patients suffering from wasting diseases such as cancer and AIDS. Steroids are also used legitimately for medical problems including: menopause, andropause (male menopause), combating breast cancer and warding off osteoporosis.

Steroid use is currently at an all time high and doesn’t look to be declining anytime soon. Professional athletes and bodybuilders down through high school athletes are all using steroids alike with no intent or sign of its discontinuance anytime in the near future. Although anabolic steroid use dates back to the 1930’s its history is still being made today.

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