A lot of myths surround injectable hGH and its effects on athletes. Here are some risks you should be aware of. If you buy what may be called "growth hormone," "growth stimulator" or "growth factors" online, it's likely they're not really hGH. Many websites claim to be selling growth hormone, but they're really selling amino acids that don't significantly increase growth hormone levels in your body. Also there's a risk of contracting HIV or other diseases (like hepatitis) if people share needles, because human growth hormone can only be injected, like many steroids.
“Competition days... #NPC ... I did #physique .. And was always told I was to big and to do bodybuilding,” Beckham said in an Instagram post. “Well I'm going to say this again, never wanted to do bodybuilding, never wanted to weight more then 230lbs, I don't like feeling heavy at all. I like to Perform... I honestly didn't want to do it anymore. I was feeling my body go through changes I didn't like, like being tight all the time, not feeling loose, low energy from dieting. It is a tough lifestyle, but it was great environment and glad I had a short experience.”