Fed up with muscleheads, Ziegler parted ways with York in 1967. But Dianabol continued to haunt him. Ziegler suffered from heart disease, a condition he partially ascribed to his experimentation with steroids. By the time of his 1983 death from heart failure, Ziegler came out against his invention. "It is bad enough to have to deal with drug addicts, but now healthy athletes are putting themselves in the same category," he wrote in the introduction to Bob Goldman's history of drugs and sports, Death in the Locker Room . "It's a disgrace. Who plays sports for fun anymore?"
Dianabol contains a compound known as alkylation to enable it to survive the first pass hepatic metabolism, but this also makes it very toxic to the liver like most other oral steroids. It is also highly androgenic, meaning that it will cause an increase in male characteristics in the user such as hair growth, etc, while also accelerating balding similar to testosterone. Dianabol can also aromatize into estrogen, causing problems such as water retention and gynecomastia. To this extent, make sure that you have anti-estrogen drugs available such as Nolvadex or Proviron.
PUNISHMENT: NFL commissioner and former Jets public relations intern Rodger Goodell suggested that the responsibility was on teams to conceal their messages, not on the ones trying to steal them. During his news conference before the 2007 Super Bowl he said that any coach who did not expect signals to be stolen was " stupid ." Prior to 2006, every NFL team is assumed to have done it, but none of them broke a rule. You can't punish something that is not prohibited. Filming from the sidelines was not prohibited until 2006 and filming your opponent's signals from approved locations has never been prohibited, even today.