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Conoce al joven culturista ruso que pone en riesgo su vida al...

Conoce al joven culturista ruso que pone en riesgo su vida al inyectarse synthol

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Este joven que conoceréis a continuación disfruta presumiendo de sus inmensos bíceps  a través de las redes, pero no son el resultado de horas en el gimnasio ni de batidos de proteína, sino de inyectarse de un peligroso aceite llamado synthol

Se trata de un producto líquido y aceitoso que está compuesto por un 85% de ácido graso y el resto es lidocaína y alcohol benzoico. Al inyectarlo, el cuerpo se deshace sólo del 30% del aceite, mientras que el resto permanece dentro durante unos cinco años. Provoca un abultamiento antinatural y desproporcionado del músculo, pero sin un aumento real de la masa muscular.

Pic shows: Kirill Tereshin. A 21-year-old man with Popeye-like arms after injecting dangerous chemicals into them has been slammed by critics. Kirill Tereshin, 21, from the city of Pyatigorsk in south western Russia's Stavrolol Krai region, has been sharing pictures of his bizarre body shape on social media. He developed his huge 60 centimetre (24 inch) biceps by injecting site enhancement oil, commonly known as synthol, into his arms. Mr Tereshin is clearly proud of his biceps and triceps despite the fact that they are completely out of proportion with the rest of his body. He plans to continue with his risky regime, which also includes workouts, and hopes to one day break bodybuilding records. Mr Tereshin started injecting himself with synthol after leaving the army this summer and increased the size of his biceps by 26 centimetres (10 inches) in just 10 days. He began by injecting 250 ml into his biceps but found that would make them grow by no more than 3 cm (just over one inch). Mr Tereshin said: "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 added that his body weight had increased from 62 kilogrammes (9 st 11 lbs) to 68 kilogrammes (10 st 10 lbs) since he started the injections. Social media users have been expressing concern over the damage he could be doing to his health. Netizen ‘glacier’ said: "He should be sent to psychiatric hospital for treatment", while ‘Tornado’ added: "This is awful. So stupid and ugly." Doctors warn that synthol can cause pulmonary embolisms, nerve damage, infections, sclerosing lipogranuloma, stroke and oil-filled cysts or ulcers in the muscle. Despite this, many bodybuilders use it to enhance their muscles and it is not restricted, with many brands available on the internet. And although the oil increases the size of Mr Tereshin’s arms, it g

Kirill Tereshin es un joven ruso de 21 años que está siendo noticia por inyectarse synthol en los brazos.

Pic shows: Kirill Tereshin. A 21-year-old man with Popeye-like arms after injecting dangerous chemicals into them has been slammed by critics. Kirill Tereshin, 21, from the city of Pyatigorsk in south western Russia's Stavrolol Krai region, has been sharing pictures of his bizarre body shape on social media. He developed his huge 60 centimetre (24 inch) biceps by injecting site enhancement oil, commonly known as synthol, into his arms. Mr Tereshin is clearly proud of his biceps and triceps despite the fact that they are completely out of proportion with the rest of his body. He plans to continue with his risky regime, which also includes workouts, and hopes to one day break bodybuilding records. Mr Tereshin started injecting himself with synthol after leaving the army this summer and increased the size of his biceps by 26 centimetres (10 inches) in just 10 days. He began by injecting 250 ml into his biceps but found that would make them grow by no more than 3 cm (just over one inch). Mr Tereshin said: "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 added that his body weight had increased from 62 kilogrammes (9 st 11 lbs) to 68 kilogrammes (10 st 10 lbs) since he started the injections. Social media users have been expressing concern over the damage he could be doing to his health. Netizen ‘glacier’ said: "He should be sent to psychiatric hospital for treatment", while ‘Tornado’ added: "This is awful. So stupid and ugly." Doctors warn that synthol can cause pulmonary embolisms, nerve damage, infections, sclerosing lipogranuloma, stroke and oil-filled cysts or ulcers in the muscle. Despite this, many bodybuilders use it to enhance their muscles and it is not restricted, with many brands available on the internet. And although the oil increases the size of Mr Tereshin’s arms, it g

“Para alcanzar el tamaño, necesitas inyectarte litros en los brazos”, reconoce el joven. “Cuando lo estaba haciendo, tuve una fiebre de unos 40 grados. Estaba estirado en la cama, sentía que me moría, pero entonces todo mejoró”.

Pic shows: Kirill Tereshin. A 21-year-old man with Popeye-like arms after injecting dangerous chemicals into them has been slammed by critics. Kirill Tereshin, 21, from the city of Pyatigorsk in south western Russia's Stavrolol Krai region, has been sharing pictures of his bizarre body shape on social media. He developed his huge 60 centimetre (24 inch) biceps by injecting site enhancement oil, commonly known as synthol, into his arms. Mr Tereshin is clearly proud of his biceps and triceps despite the fact that they are completely out of proportion with the rest of his body. He plans to continue with his risky regime, which also includes workouts, and hopes to one day break bodybuilding records. Mr Tereshin started injecting himself with synthol after leaving the army this summer and increased the size of his biceps by 26 centimetres (10 inches) in just 10 days. He began by injecting 250 ml into his biceps but found that would make them grow by no more than 3 cm (just over one inch). Mr Tereshin said: "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 added that his body weight had increased from 62 kilogrammes (9 st 11 lbs) to 68 kilogrammes (10 st 10 lbs) since he started the injections. Social media users have been expressing concern over the damage he could be doing to his health. Netizen ‘glacier’ said: "He should be sent to psychiatric hospital for treatment", while ‘Tornado’ added: "This is awful. So stupid and ugly." Doctors warn that synthol can cause pulmonary embolisms, nerve damage, infections, sclerosing lipogranuloma, stroke and oil-filled cysts or ulcers in the muscle. Despite this, many bodybuilders use it to enhance their muscles and it is not restricted, with many brands available on the internet. And although the oil increases the size of Mr Tereshin’s arms, it g

Empezó a ponerse inyecciones tras dejar el ejército el pasado verano.

kirillpopeyeruso5En 10 días, aumentó el tamaño de sus bíceps en 25 cm y su peso ha pasado de 62 a 68 kg.

kirillpopeyeruso6Empezó inyectándose 250ml en los bíceps pero decidió aumentar la dosis porque consideraba que su bíceps no era del tamaño suficiente.

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Cada día publica fotografías y vídeos de sus brazos en Instagram, donde cuenta con más de 30.000 seguidores.

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Recibe comentarios como los siguientes: “Deberían ingresarlo en un hospital psiquiátrico para un tratamiento” o “Esto es horrible, estúpido y feo”, pero él no tiene ninguna intención de detenerse y espera romper récords en el mundo del culturismo.

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Recordamos que los doctores han advertido de que el synthol puede provocar embolias pulmonares, daño cerebral, infecciones, paro cardíaco y úlceras en los músculos, entre otras consecuencias.

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Veremos qué pasa…

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¿Qué pensáis de este chico? ¿Y de que la gente utilice el synthol para aumentar el tamaño de sus músculos?