^that is vso there is something i suspect that all the work out warriors suffer with.
now not all of them,
but if you really put two and two together…
all this random working out they do in disguise as being fit.
“i just want to look better naked” memes but single af.
the gym is literally making them their bitch.
well their symptoms may stem from “body dysmorphic disorder”.
it’s basically seeing perceived flaws on your bawdy,
and even going to extremes to improve your bawdy,
even though nothing is wrong with you.
that is where valdir segato comes in.
he has gone as far as injecting oil into his bawdy for bigger muscles.
check this out via the mirror…
A bodybuilder inspired by the Incredible Hulk is risking his life by injecting oil into his arms in a bid to make his muscles bigger.
Beefcake Valdir Segato’s huge biceps measure a staggering 23 inches as a result of painful synthol injections.
The 48-year-old’s arms have doubled in size from 12in after he began injecting the potentially lethal oil substance five years ago – and now he wants to get even bigger.
Valdir, from Sao Paulo, Brazil, is inspired by the physiques of Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Hulk and is proud to be known locally as ‘He-Man’ and ‘the monster’ in the street.
Valdir, a construction worker, said: “This is a dream come true that I searched for and conquered.
“You look at your body and see that it’s growing and you’re going to want more.
“They call me Hulk, Schwarzenegger and He-Man all the time and I like that.
“I’ve doubled my biceps to 60cm but I still want to be bigger.”
…you know what?
i won’t laugh at this wolf.
he is clearly suffering from that disorder.
he could be the perfect weight and still want more.
he needs to find a therapist that specializes in that to work that out.
confession: i was diagnosed with that.
i think i’ve spoken about it before.
i went to a free study i saw on the train and got a whole treatment on it.
i was told to write things down and worked with a therapist for a couple months.
i didn’t go as far as becoming a work out warrior,
but i did think i was ugly every time i looked in the mirror.
i always saw something wrong with my physical appearance.
i kept comparing my looks to others.
it got to the point i even thought of getting plastic surgery.
the study helped me to realize that it was all in my head.
your favorite celeb,
or even an attentionisto/nista,
may suffer from it and not realize.
it will have you out here being a slave to the knife and the gym.
i don’t know if it’s too late for valdir,
but i hope he will soon realize what he is doing will kill him.
pictures and article taken: the mirror | credited: barcoft
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