If you have two working neurons left to rub together, you’ll just say no to Synthol and similar products and implants people. I didn’t even touch on the dangers of the practice as I doubt that would have any impact on most people’s decisions to do it, but yes, seen some very nasty stuff happen using “site enhancement oil” and similar and you can find it easily on a Google search too. If you suspect you may have a touch of bigorexia, consider taking a close look at your behaviors and make sure they’re not counter productive to your health and life overall. I can say for myself, when I was at my biggest and strongest back in my twenties I often felt at my smallest and weakest, and in retrospect, didn’t enjoy that much and did miss out on some opportunities I should have jumped on. Live and learn.
PS: I’m not making excuses for my training regime. I’m not hating. I believe we are all free to do what we want with our bodies and I have nothing against steroids. In a world where people drink and smoke all the time, I certainly wouldn’t judge someone for wanting to look ripped and swole. I still workout plenty and am very committed to my physique, however, I would prefer to still fit into a suit then be massive. But to each their own. The only reason I write all of this is to educate all of those that are buying into the idea that protein powder and creatine will ever achieve a body like Simeon’s. Don’t buy into the hype and stay thirsty my friends.