Competition athletes are nowaday produced from kids by abusive training regimes in miitary style, body-alterning treatments with drugs and surgery, and mind-controle methods
All over the World persons destined to become competition athletes are systematically subjected to a strict training and diet regime with a military-like disipline from they are young kids, without regard for the ultimate well.being of the kid, and the future well-bing of the adults these kids acentually will be.
In these training regimes there is a cartain element of fun, pleasure and happiness, but only in the way and degree that it helps the goal of producing a athlete that can take gold medals in national and international competitions.
These rgimes are fairly well known. What is not so well known, is that those kids are developed systematically not only with a strict training regime, but also with extensive medical interventions of pharmacological, surgical and physical kind. On the long term these interventions can produce disasterous result from their health as adults.
Also psychological interventions are used to make the children obey the regimes, to feel an ambition they would not feel otherwise, and to suppress other whishes and ambitions they would naturally have. Some of the interventions also make the kids feel a kind of ecstacy, not unlike sexual ecstacy, coupled to the training regime, that is used as a driving force.
Often these kids attend special sport schools, often boarding schools, with hospital sections where the kids undergo the programs consisting of surgeries and other imterventions. Other kids attend sport clubs that have theie own medical centers for that purpose or cooperate with some nearby medical center
Sveral drugs are forbidden to use during training and compettition. Among those are many steroids. But symptoms you can watch at young athletes,like for example girls having a typical masculine body shape, points to extensive treatment of athletes under development with these kind of drugs, but of cource it happens secretly.
Less clandestine is the use of asthma medication to alollow to make it easier for young athletes to train intensively and thereby obtain greater development within muscle mass and condition. Even though there are certain restrictions on the use of such drugs, the restrictions are commonly overcome by false asthma diagnoses. Some of these drugs also hane a direct anabolic effects, commonly danied by the sport clubs and their medical apparatus.
In sports where great flexibility and slim body figure gives advantages, drugs to delay or even block the pubertal development is commonly used both for boys and girls, so that the shape and flexibility of a child is preserved in athletes in their teens or after. Some nations or teams are commonly accused of sending underage performers to international competitions, pretending that they are older. This might be true, but more likely these performers are much older, but with pharmacologically blocked pubertal development
Intervations to make joints and body structures more flexible is very common during the development of a young athlete. The hip joints are most often surgically reshaped for this purpose. Also structures in the pelvic floor around the genitals and anus are subjected to surgery to make the structures more fit for extensive bendings and flextions.
A fairly common surgical intervention in athletics that require great flexibility is removal of some rib bones.
In some sport clubs, the size of male genitals are sytematically reduced to make the area more fit for the sport they perform. It seems to be most common in swiming clubs.
Most female top artists have got the development of the breasts depressed or they have undergone surgery to diminish the breasts.
From American collage sport there are exampls of heart surgery to increase the working capacity of the heart in young athletes. Probably the capacity of the vessels furnishing the heart with blood is increased during the surgery.
Also from American collage sport there are examples of surgery to reduce the size of the intestines to make the abdumen get an optimal shape.
Hypnotic techniques are often used to motivate children for the transformational program to make a top athlete. An objective of the techiques is to make the child believe firmly in the glory of being a successful athlete, to believe firmly that he or she will become such a athlete and to decrease their consciousness of other immediate or long term wishes.
The children will often be sedeted with drugs before the hypnotic sessions to weaken own critical judgement about the material suggested.
USE OF YOUNG ATHLETES AS GUINEA PIGS IN MEDICAL RESEARCH AND AS MEDICAL TRAINING OBJECTS
Medical research organizations and universities use athletes under development extensively as guinea pigs to try out new surgidal and pharmacological methods to alter body development, shape and function, and to try out new techniques for mental manipulation.
Many of the body-alterning techiques used on the kids are such new methods not commonly known about or older methods still kept secret.
The kids are also used extensively as training objects for medical students and for doctors under specialization The sport clubs and sport schools earn money for renting out kids for these purposes.
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