Is that a box of GH?
Super girl very hott!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Incredible muscle build up
I'm a little surprised that she seems to be so open about using growth hormone. Even to the point of making sure there's a close-up shot of the stuff at the very beginning of the clip. It's unfortunate that I can't understand what she's saying - I wonder if she's commenting about that?
Now, I'm not so naive as to think that performance enhancers are not commonly used, so I suppose it's not a big deal. Still, I'd always thought that use of HGH and such (except at the very highest levels of bodybuilding competition) was usually kept somewhat on the down-low.
Of course, I'm admittedly a complete ignoramus about this kind of thing. I honestly have no idea how it's done in the real world, or how common it actually is.
I'd be curious to know more about it.
That mostly depends on the country/culture I think. Brazil seems to care more that you have the look rather than how you got it. I'm just starting to get tired of her 24/7 endorsement approach, I wonder if she turns everything into a commercial?
It's refreshing to me to actually see someone admitting (I assume she is), to having some help
with the development of their physique...
Yes, I guess I can kind of see how the "country/culture" differences could be at least partly responsible.
Maybe in North America it's all kept a little hush-hush (why? Is it embarrassment? Legal concerns?) while in South America everyone seems very casual and open about it.
It seems as though in South America, it's just no big deal.
Also in Brazil, the socialized medical system will pay for breast implants.
Interesting beginning, at first I thought she was in instant form and you just have to add the proper amount of sea water...
Legs look fabulous! Cool to see bigger arms and chest too!!!
Excess of HGH endogen (like in acromegaly) or exogen (like here) is a disease with serious damages.
@eaffirre: I thought people die from HGH because of an enlarged heart.
@tarne: It's interesting, going by the numbers which Brazilian athletes rarely mention, she could be the one with the biggest legs, however it's weird she doesn't have bigger arms.
@rabbit bone: Dear Rabbit, It's not so easy, effects of HGH are multiple:
What are the symptoms of acromegaly? — The main symptoms involve too much growth in some parts of the body, such as:
●Face and head – The nose, lips, ears, and forehead get larger. The tongue and lower jaw also grow, and the spaces between the teeth get wider.
●Throat – The tissue inside the throat and around the voice box can grow bigger than normal. This can cause deepening of the voice or trouble breathing during sleep.
●Hands and feet – The hands and feet become bigger and swollen. People with acromegaly usually notice that their rings and shoes become tighter. Some people develop "carpal tunnel syndrome," which is a condition that causes pain or tingling in the hands and fingers.
●Skin – Skin might become thicker. Some people also get small growths of extra skin, called "skin tags."
●Bones – The ends of the bones can grow too much. This can damage the cartilage (the rubbery material that keeps bones from scraping against each other), and eventually lead to arthritis.
●Tumors – People with acromegaly have a higher risk of getting non-cancerous tumors. These can include fibroids (growths in the uterus, or womb) and colon polyps (small growths in the intestine).
●Heart – The heart muscle can grow bigger than normal, which can make it hard for the heart to work well. People with acromegaly are also more likely to have high blood pressure.
This stuff seems to work only for the thighs.
I'M FREAKED OUT
Me too, 69don! So hot when she slaps her roided quads.
My wife who is an amateur fbb takes HGH herself to enhance her physique. But she takes a medium size dose one in a while. Don't want her to overdo it and get arcomegaly. Gotta be careful.
Definitely noticing that some fbb have big strong hands