The 26-year-old insists he spends over $300,000 on his body in the offseason to maintain and improve his physique.
The New York Giants wide receiver made the claim in the latest episode of his weekly documentary series – ‘I am more: OBJ’.
“I take care of my body each and every day,” Beckham said.
“I put, probably, over $300,000 in my body in the offseason.
“It’s a lot to upkeep. I don’t ever want to decline.”
The huge sum of money might seem an extravagant amount to spend, but the superstar isbringing in vast amounts of money from his NFL contract and sponsorship deals.
Beckham recently signed a five-year contract extension with the Giants, believed to be worth $95million, making him the highest-paid wide receiver in NFL history.
In addition to this Beckham has a four year deal with Nike worth $16.5million.
Beckham had a difficult season last year, after he was limited to only four games after he suffered a broken ankle.
And it appears he’s not shy in spending his money to aid his recovery and prevent another long stint on the sidelines if he can.
This season Beckham has 77 receptions for 1,052 yards, with his longest reception being 51 yards.
He averages 13.7 yards per reception this year and has 6 touchdowns to his name in the regular season.
Beckham, who is now in his fifth NFL season, has spoken about the New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and other players in their 18th or 19th season, as motivation.
During the recent episode Beckham was seen to be meeting often with his personal biomechanics trainer and chiropractor.
Beckham has reportedly spent most of his time working with trainer Jamal Liggin, but has also enlisted the services of celebrity trainer Colt Colletti at times this offseason.
The Giants have no hope of reaching the playoffs this year, as they are 4-8, to the disappointment of Beckham and face the Washington Redskins on Sunday.
Beckham was added to the Giants injury report on Friday and was listed as limited in practice due to a quad injury, but is expected to play in the NFC East rival game on Sunday.
“Odell has got a bruised quad, so we just gave him a little time,” coach Pat Shurmur said Friday.
“He’s going to be fine.”