|shauny2times ||06-07-2008 01:06 PM |
site injection?????got a few questions and need some feedback
alright ive read you wear out your receptors if you use the same spots... currently im switching butt cheeks but i talked to my boy who was mr.chico at one time he said he would do a different spot every time and his favorite was chest... his was the biggest ever too. now others have said chest is too close to your heart??? any truth to this and do i have to switch needle sizes??? i have a grip of 22 inch n 1/2 so does that mean i have to go threw buyin'em at the feed store again??? not fun... id just like to get some feedback from others who have done this and if theres anything special i need to know do tell. i have 7 injects left on my first cycle. i did right side left right so where next???? thanks in advance guys
|Joker13 ||06-13-2008 09:20 PM |
You don't switch inj sites because of the receptors. I've heard alot of people will alternate checks and quads. Unless you have a lot of meat on your chest its not a good idea. There is no evidance that proves that site inj works.
If it did, people who only inject in there glutes would have really big muscular butts
|shauny2times ||06-14-2008 08:06 PM |
tru I was thinking if that worked my butt would be getting bigger faster I know my boy did it with a certain kind that I guess was suppose to be for that ...homemade....that's what the guy told him but it seemed to work everything got huge except his chest he didn't shot there cause dude said it was too close to the heart..
|hrdgain81 ||06-15-2008 02:29 PM |
Switching sites has nothing to do with receptors. You should switch sites because the more you inject in one place, the more scar tissue will build up, and the harder it will become to push the syringe through the skin.
I would say away from the chest, just seem like a risk that isnt worth it. If you hit a rib, or your sternum or something by accident is gonna hurt like hell.
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