Anyone who has read a few articles about guys who abuse Synthol probabally recognizes that it’s mostly the same group of guys, let’s call them The Usual Suspects. They’re basically the posterboys for Synthol. They probabally would have been sponsored by Synthol except that it would bankrupt the company to try to keep up with them.
In any case, this isn’t one of the usual “haha look at that freakshow!” Synthol articles, because this guy got himself a very serious injury. This article is a cautionary tale to anyone out there who is thinking of giving themselves a little boost in some under-developed muscles. It’s a slippery slope. It starts off with a little injection here and there, but it can get really sketchy really soon, just look at how a typical Synthol user spirals out:
You start by pulling some hunnies…You’ve started using Synthol, the ladies are into your new bigger physique, but interestingly enough notice how she doesn’t say anything about his arms or his traps? Does she even realize that she’s in the presence of a legend?
You get bigger and bigger, life is great… but then if you’re anything like this guy, you’ll eventually take it too far. You wont’ be able to stop.
Romario Dos Santos Alves is the guy pictured below, and he had a really tough time with Synthol and he is using his condition to help warm people against the dangers of Synthol abuse. The inside of his arms turned into stone. The doctor told him that if he didn’t stop immediately, that he would have to have his entire arms amputated… muscles, everything. All gone. All because he flew too close to the sun.
Not a lot of people are going to take pity on this guy, because he did it to himself, but at what point do you throw the guy a bone? We’re not psychiatrists, but it seems like this guy suffers from a pretty bad case of body dysmorphia and other potential illnesses. There’s always a lot of talk about women and their body issues and the effect that looking at magazine covers and celebrities has on their confidence, but you don’t hear a lot about how these same issues impact men, so it’s probabally a lot harder for guys to admit they’re having issues with it in the first place.
“If you take it once there will definitely be a second time – it’s addictive,’ he said. I remember the doctor told me that they would need to amputate both arms – they said everything in there, all my muscles, were rock.”
That must have been really tough news to hear. Nobody wants to lose their arms, even if it’s his fault for injecting so much Synthol. If you’re looking for a silvet-bullet magic solution to all of your muscle-gaining needs, keep reading…
Instant results in bodybuilding simply don’t exist (Unless you’re slamming the new RHINO FREAK BEAST MODE XTREME 2.0 preworkout), but you would be surprised how many messages we get every single day from people asking us the secrets to getting huge instantly with zero effort. It’s a lot. It’s a disappointing amount of messages. Listen, you’ve got to eat really well and you’ve got to lift heavy things if you want big muscles. There’s no magic way to make that happen without putting in the hard work. Even roids require a lot of hard work. Don’t look for the easy way out, put in the necessary efforts instead.
“I want other people to see the dangers, I could have died all because I wanted bigger muscles. It’s just not worth it.”
This is coming from Alves, who is one of the posterboys for Synthol use on the internet. If he’s saying it’s time to quit, it’s time to quit.