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I’m 32 years old, living in the United States in the state of North Carolina. I’ve been training and dieting since 1999. In 2000 I started teaching myself something called tricking (tricking is an aesthetic blend of flips, twists and kicks). In 2002 I launched the website where I grew the largest community of online tricksters outside of social media. As I grew into an adult I began to combine my tricking talents with recreational bodybuilding and strength pursuits: the result is Acrobolix. The name Acrobolix is a play on the words Acrobatic and Anabolic . Now I’m focusing on expressing my fitness capabilities with a coloring of humor and wisdom to reach the broadest audience.
When you are under 21, your endocrine system is still developing. This should be obvious as you are still going through the end of puberty, getting acne, etc. During this time period, supplementing with exogenous hormones is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS. There is potential for very serious and long term side effects to occur. I hear all the time some of these people saying that "I've stopped growing, so it's okay". No - it's not okay. There are many other potential side effects besides growth plates. Here is a list of a few.