Hgh isn't just for lifting. Nor does it mean you'll be huge. Also doesn't mean any of those guys have taken them. Also common misconception is hgh usage=no hard work
False. In order for the hgh to do anything you have to actually lift still and put in the work. It just provides a boost which I have no problem with. If I could afford it I'd use it. It's signficantly safer than steroids.
And again people act like hgh will build you muscle while sitting on the couch
To me hgh is no different than whey protein, or advanced weight lifting equipment. It's all an advantage
You want to take away advantage. Tell athletes they can only do body weight exercises and use no protein or any other traditional muscle building supplement
HGH is something your body naturally produces whey protein is not that. This is the big difference of the two, one is just a powdered form of what you get from eating steak, while the other is something that is produced in your pituitary gland.
Sure you have to still lift weights to build muscle on HGH but you do it a hell of a lot faster. Lifting weights is easy, the hard part is doing for years and staying committed but with HGH you don't need to be a gym rat for 3 years to get swole but rather a few months will do it.
As far of it being safer, HGH is not very well tested and its side effects really aren't well known yet. Don't forget at one time radio active elements were put into face creams and shampoos because of their "healing" benefits, but that turned out to be very very wrong. HGH already has some potnetial life threatening side effects, and could be much more damaging if used for extended periods.
You seem so gun ho about HGH how come you never took steps to get any? If you put it in the same category as whey protein it seems as if you would be for taking it. I know most hgh you need a prescription for but getting your hands on it really isn't that hard if you look around, also I believe there are some legal means to obtain it as well. However, the legal HGH stuff isn't nearly as potent as what a Doc could get you.
Edited by PhillyLaker24, April 17, 2015 - 03:56 PM.