|Freaky Friday: Site-Enhancement Oil- Too much of a Terrible thing|
|Friday, 12 February 2010 22:20|
A while back I came across a photo of Greg Valentino. It was like a gruesome car accident, you know you shouldn't look but for some reason your eyes are drawn to the... macabre? Well, in case you are unfamiliar with Mr. Valentino, he has the dubious title of the "Man with the Biggest Biceps" and had a documentary filmed about him titled 'The man whose arms exploded.' He admits he used anabolic steroids, and according to many sources online he is highly suspected of using 'site-enhancement oil' to create his freakishly over-sized arms, which he denies. Basically, site-enhancement oil is a substance containing medium chain triglycerides, a preservative, and local anesthetic that is injected directly into the muscle which basically stays in place, pumping up the volume of the muscle due to this oily fluid build up. It can't even be called a performance-enhancement because it is not increasing true muscle fiber mass or strength, just overall girth.
I would expect arms this big to be lifting at least 500 pounds!