This Body Builder Injected Oils And Turned Into A Hulk In Just 10 Day
Nobody is perfect on this earth but there are some out there who will go the extra mile to achieve the ideal body. And recently a person from Russia has proved the same. A wannabe bodybuilder named Kirill Tereshin who is a former army man wanted super biceps but have got them but those are way too weird and can be easily detected as fake. He is from Pyatigorsk area of Stavrolol Krai region of Russia and sweats out every day in the gym to get his desired body. And his pics of 60 cm huge biceps which are more like Popeye’s biceps have created a stir over social media.
The catch is that the muscular arms are not the result of any hard workouts or strict diet but are the consequence of injecting oils into the body. The oil is dangerous one known as a synthol and that has led to the increase of muscles in 10 inches in a matter of 10 days but is potentially fatal. Though his arms are not at all proportionate to his rest of the body, he is happy about the same and will continue the intake of oils to break the records.
“In order to reach such a size, you need to inject litres into your arms. I was doing it and getting a fever of up to 40 degrees, I was lying in bed, feeling like I was dying, but then it all turned out fine.” he told to Mirror UK. He even revealed that his body weight has bolstered from 62kg to 68kg since he started the injections. He has been facing flak since the day he started putting his images on social media. One social media user commented on his post, “He should be sent to a psychiatric hospital for treatment.” Another said: “This is awful. So stupid and ugly.”
Reportedly, the procedure is dangerous and he used to get a fever and would remain in bed whole day. In the end, he achieved what he wanted but many failed and succumbed to death. Doctors have warned that synthol can cause many health issues like nerve damage, infections, stroke and ulcers among others. In the bodybuilding arena, use of this particular oil is considered as fraud but in Russia it is legal. What are views on this? Let us know in comments below.