1. Bodybuilders are insecure
Bodybuilders hide from the scary world behind a shield of muscle mass. And since the arms have been accepted as the universal symbol of strength, the biceps and triceps receive extra attention.
It’s not a coincidence that most bodybuilders inject synthol and other substances primarily in their arms. A common example would be Rich Piana – a man known for his intense relationship with PMMA.
2. Bodybuilders are stupid and delusional
People who inject synthol in their arms are not exactly the brightest individuals. Those “geniuses” are risking infections as well as internal organ injuries for the sake of fake arms. How do you justify this behavior?
Ultimately, synthol makes you look like an idiot. Injecting synthol is a crime against your body and soul. If you love synthol, get your head examined.
3. Covering a weakness
Most IFBB professionals use synthol. It may be subtle and hard to notice, but it’s there. The purpose is to cover a weakness and “balance the physique”. The arms, shoulders and calves are the most common places where bodybuilders inject synthol.
Examples of bodybuilders who have most likely used synthol:
Nasser El Sonbaty
Nonetheless, professional bodybuilders have a somewhat logical explanation why they rely on synthol, unlike the recreational users who just want to look good for the club. Moreover, most bodybuilders try to limit synthol as much as possible because even a slightly higher dose can spoil a physique.
Don’t use synthol or similar substances. Sooner or later, it will end badly.