Who’s Rich Piana?
a genius entrepreneur
a retired mass monster weighing between 250-275 lbs
a YouTube guru
a muscle authority of the highest order
a muscle-chakra fixer
but before all…
he is an idol of many naive souls trying to make sense of life through a perpetual construction of thicker muscle fibers.
Rich’s massive arms, measuring way over 20 inches, tattoos and get-rich-or-die-trying attitude make him jump off the page. He is a doer for whom the goal justifies the means. He “kills it”.
However, due to Rich’s apparent obsession with arm size many are wondering whether he is using synthol to make his biceps and triceps look bigger.
“Rich, are your arms oil barrels or real muscle,” often asks the crowd.
Here’s what we know so far.
The arms of Rich Piana look unnatural.
His biceps and triceps have a very odd shape and low level of definition.
The fact that they are covered in ugly tattoos makes it even harder to judge detail and muscle separation.
PMMA – The Choice Of Rich Piana
According to mainstream sources, Rich Piana used PMMA (polymethyl-methacrylate) injections to make his arms look as horrible as they do today. He had to go to Mexico for the procedures.
More info on PMMA:
PMMA is a synthetic resin produced from the polymerization of methyl methacrylate. It is often used as a substitute for glass in products such as shatterproof windows, skylights, illuminated signs, and aircraft canopies. Plastic surgeons use it as a butt and lip implant.
So, what, you may ask.
Here’s what I think.
Rich Piana’s arm obsession reveals that he is just an insecure inflated balloon with fake muscles.
His whole body looks grotesque and reveals his inability to love himself.
He is using steroids, PMMA, growth hormone, lipstick, contact lenses…whatever it takes to become more “enhanced”.
Rich Piana has done everything in his power to get away from his inner-self. He seems to feel safer behind synthetic walls. Behavior like that is not a surprise in the world of bodybuilding. It’s the norm, not the exception.
Virtually every bodybuilder shares a very similar fear – the fear that he or she is not worth as much as others.
However, selling your inner beauty for plastic glory is not going to fix anything. It’s just making everything worse.
If Rich Piana was 200 pounds, had no tattoos and PMMA in his arms, he would look much better, and his health would not be as compromised. He doesn’t want that. He wants to “kill it”.
He prefers to be a muscle mutant which unfortunately makes him just another insecure douche on steroids who has traded his testicles for biceps.
People like Rich Piana are living in a domain where approval from strangers and balloon muscles matter more than the real personality. Everything around guys like that is fake. In his case, the inside appears to be identical to his overtuned outside – shallow and unconscious. He is mindlessly chasing a pipe dream he will never reach.
Fake Hollywood cars, fake muscles, plastic surgeries, fake hair color, fake skin…this guy would probably tattoo even his heart if it was visible to the public… or maybe that’s done too…
Rich Piana not only suffers from severe steroid addiction, he has also lost his true identity.
Unfortunately, or not, Rich is not the only one to blame.
We want all of this. We are the ones doing it….to a certain extent.
The desire to be rich, fake and famous makes people turn their backs on their true potential.
We’ve been convinced that unless we play the ego game our masters have prepared for us, we are going to melt into the nothingness.
Nothing could be further from the truth.
It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to see that the model pushed by celebrities is flawed.
All stars live fake lives, just like Rich Piana.
They’ve been living a lie for so long, they’ve forgotten how reality feels.
Once you are in the MATRIX, it’s hard to get out, but WE must all do it sooner or later.