+ 5 Five years back, I was injured and spent 3 years hospitals. Getting back to basics!


Three years in various inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation hospitals after a brain injury. I couldn’t tie my shoes or figure out where I was, much less get to a gym. The profile shot is me at 184 for a sport with weight classes; never could bulk. Funny how laying around impulsive and confused will take you to a bearded ass mofo pushing 250 at 6 ft. Last two years I gradually got my diet and routine closer to before, built discipline from ground up, and started lifting - slowly and irregular at first, but a nice year and I was down to 200 with the mindset to try a couple short ester cycles of all the good stuff. A couple months last nov/dec and a couple months late feb to mid April. Pituitary is damaged so no worry about suppression, just health. I’ve never bulked before. It got me looking bigger but only 215 at the most and now I’m 210 consistently. I might build back natty to 215 and start a long 4-6 months cycle for lean muscle and to get my definition back. I almost died at 28, I’m 34 and just wanna have a last few cycles trying things like Primo at high doses or stacks I’ve never tried. A few of those and it’s back to Rx rHGH and TRT for me; sadly I didn’t get pass my seed on but LH and FSH stayed at 0 and .2 respectively for the first few years. Test was garbage. Igf fluctuated but low enough to warrant rHGH without ITT because of my seizure risk and pan-hypopituitarianism.

What’s your impression guys? Any advice?

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Tbone69's picture

Look great for what you’ve been up the past few years. Your dedication is apparent keep it up and stay safe!

Makwa's picture

Great shape. Your dedication and perseverance show. Crop your face out though to be safe

Molinin302's picture

Bro excellent progress worthy of +... but you've posted pictures of substances that may be illegal to possess or procure depending on where you live, either way face pictures are not allowed, may want to do some cropping. Aside from that, great job buddy!