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BackAtIt

BackAtIt

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actually no. Tuesday evening I slipped on ice and tore my quad tendon. having surgery this coming Tuesday.

what a coincidence you ask about my wheels the same week I busted up my knee. I only told a few people and no one online.
do you have some kind a super human senses? lol

it tore off right above the kneecap. where that arrow is pointing to.

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OUCH!!!!!...I had ACL reconstruction surgery years ago!...It still isn't the same...Hopefully your surgery will give u a permanent fix!...

How are u doing now?...

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Swiper

Swiper

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Swiper,
Are you / were you currently on any particular cycle when this happened?
In the past when I was on high ratio androgen compounds at large doses, I had both tendon and muscle tear issues.
Since lowering my cycle doses, and favoring lower androgenic, more anabolic leaning compounds along with consistent / daily low dose gh (2.5-3.3iu), I’ve no longer suffered anymore of the same injuries.
I’m wondering about your own experience — I’m theorizing to myself a bit anecdotal correlation.

Would you have expected / imagined the level of damage you suffered in relation to the degree of your mishap? In other words; based on the incident, were you surprised that much damage happened?

Thanks, and hope you have a quick and thorough recovery. Injuries of this nature really do suck.


thank you

I’m only on 500 mg of testosterone a week, 50mg proviron ed, half milligram of Arimidex twice a week, and gh 5iu ed.
I don’t believe that had anything to do with the severity of my injury,

at first when I fell I thought I just dislocated my knee. I was hoping I could just go to the ER having them pop it back into place and id be on my way. I didn’t hear or feel any tearing or popping or anything so that’s why I thought it was just dislocated and not torn

i’m not really surprised about all the damage. it happened so quick and so fast. it happened so quick I don’t even remember or know which way my leg got twisted or which way my knee bent. it happened that fast.

that’s my left leg and I have a lot of nerve damage from my lower spine so I don’t have full function of all the muscles in that leg due to the nerve damage so I’m sure not having all the muscles working properly in that leg contributed to the damage. my nerves in my lower back are smashed and not sending full signals down through my legs.
 
Swiper

Swiper

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OUCH!!!!!...I had ACL reconstruction surgery years ago!...It still isn't the same...Hopefully your surgery will give u a permanent fix!...

How are u doing now?...

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doing very well much better than pre-surgery, as far as pain and getting around goes. as long as I’m not moving around or getting too active the pain is very minimal just taking Tylenol everything’s going good so far.
thank you
 
BackAtIt

BackAtIt

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doing very well much better than pre-surgery, as far as pain and getting around goes. as long as I’m not moving around or getting too active the pain is very minimal just taking Tylenol everything’s going good so far.
thank you

Good to hear, friend!!!...Milk that suker for what it's worth!...Make sure u do your utmost to HEAL then gradually get back to it! :)...


BTW:

As I was mesmerized by your arm, I couldn't help but ask myself, if I were to get hit with that thing, it wouldn't be a good happening for me *LOL!...Excellent work, friend!...Really enjoyed the pic!!!...:eek:

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Still bigger than everybody after all these years, respect!
 
kid666

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Bro, absolutely insane looking. Those chiseled abs are just ridiculous.
 
Rider

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@Swiper you look amazing as always brother.

Hey question, what do you attribute to being able to be at that level of leanness consistently throughout the years? Personally, my nutrition intake is strict and precise yet I just can’t get anywhere near your level.
 
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Swiper

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@Swiper you look amazing as always brother.

Hey question, what do you attribute to being able to be at that level of leanness consistently throughout the years? Personally, my nutrition intake is strict and precise yet I just can’t get anywhere near your level.

thanks
I’m not sure. i may have a fast metabolism. I don’t really eat all that well.
GH is another reason able to stay lean, 6iu a day. I split it, 3iu in the morning and 3 in the late afternoon or early evening
 
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