Crosland explains that while the substances aren't physically addictive, "psychologically, they can be difficult to walk away from". He blames a lazy social attitude for the boom among young men. "Everybody wants a magic pill. People don’t want to work hard, they want to take something that will fulfil their dreams. Steroids will give the results that are wanted if all other fitness considerations are in place, but the problem with this group is that everything else isn’t in place. The onus is on the drug use, not the training or the diet."
Grab a bar with an overhand grip that's just beyond shoulder width and hold it on the tops of your shoulders. Raise your upper arms so they're parallel to the floor and let the bar roll back so it's resting on your fingers, not your palms. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your back straight [A]. Without changing the position of your arms, lower your body until your thighs are at least parallel to the floor [B]. Then push back up to the starting position. Do three sets of six to eight repetitions, resting 90 seconds after each set.