- Dec 24, 2004
That’s what always happened to me with quads after I got older. I used to be able to pin them no problem though.
Triceps are pretty easy too but I keep volume to 1mL or less. VGs are great too but I’m so damn inflexible that it’s a feat to pin without catching a cramp somewhere lol.Even injecting trt+ amounts (100mg cyp/sustanon a week), just an odd feeling I'm not comfortable with, so I stick with delts, lats, biceps.
Same thing happens to me with every site. No pain at first but after so many pins, the muscle just gets sensitive and no longer receives the oil like a good hoe.Quads were what I started with and things went mostly fine, but it seems they're now more sensitive, for some reason? I can't pin quads without some kinda pain anymore, so I stopped.
Quads were what I started with and things went mostly fine, but it seems they're now more sensitive, for some reason? I can't pin quads without some kinda pain anymore, so I stopped.
I'd use a TB syringe ,saw it out with a 21g then Inject with a 1"x27g you can easily put a full cc in our delt and there is absolutely no reason to use bigger than a 25g to Inject. With the smaller diameter TB syringe it's even easier so a 27g in plentyi am clearly outdated here. I still use a 23g 1 or 1.5inch for quads. But I do like to get it done with quickly and those will put it through pretty darn fast. That being said, if I could use a slin pin and hit the delt again that would be awesome. I havent done delts in more than 10 years. Ever since I got a nasty infection/abcess. The whole area is all scar tissue now so it is very very hard to hit. Plus my flexibility is basically shit. I cant even twist around far enough to hit my glute.
So do you guys always use slin pins or do you still go with the lower guage stuff? I am about to be doing twice weekly cyp/mast shots so this could help.
I'd use a TB syringe ,saw it out with a 21g then Inject with a 1"x27g you can easily put a full cc in our delt and there is absolutely no reason to use bigger than a 25g to Inject. With the smaller diameter TB syringe it's even easier so a 27g in plenty
The smaller diameter of the insulin and TB syringe actually allows you to generate alot more pressure and the injection is surprisingly faster than you would expectim going to give this a try on my next day. the outside of my quad is starting to get scar tissue so I would like to move it around a bit. If I could get it deep enough in there to avoid the current giant blob of scar tissue that would be awesome. i just always had thought it was too thick to get through an insulin pin without taking a really long time to inject.
i am clearly outdated here. I still use a 23g 1 or 1.5inch for quads.
Same here. Just now getting back into things and I tried using 29g and 30g, but gear from different sponsors were too difficult to draw and back loading was far too time consuming - and I just just don't like the idea of taking the plunger out. Then trying to get the liquid in me took forever and caused me to push too hard and shake too much - sore for days. Switched back to 23g and it feels so much better.
For OP, I do the same on glute injections. I have to hit the glute lower and more center. High on the outside feels like a bad injection - more soreness and it starts to feel like it's moving to my lower back after a day or two. I rotate between delts and glute right now, but only using 200mg cyp plus proviron. To get back into things.
i use 27g on 3ml syringes but then again i only use MCT oil in all my gear so its thinner than most you findThe smallest you can go on a 3ml syringe is 26g. Otherwise you will be stuck there for minutes trying to pushing the gear through but different story with a 1ml syringe.
They make Luer Lock tipped 1ml syringes and that you can draw with a big gauge then pin with a smaller 29 or 30. These also have plungers that go into the deadzone so you don't lose that .1ml. You can generate alot of pressure in the smaller 1ml syringes and can easily deposit 1ml oil in 10 seconds or less through a 29g or 30g.
Delta are the best but those are the first to get too hard to shoot after a bit. I can’t do them much anymore. Now have to do upper thigh and actually able to do gluteus again. But delts are by far the sweetest spot.You use slin pins in glutes? Seems like a waste?
You mentioned not liking delts, but those are now my favorite. Another favorite used to be quads but then it started seeming like I was brushing a nerve every time, I stopped. Another pretty fool proof, painless one is lats.