INJECTIONS: Sub-Q VS. Intramuscular

Kai Palikiko           Sep.  25, 2020

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What's going on? Kai here from Formula Secrets. And if you are completely brand new to my channel, hit that subscribe button, because I guarantee I will elevate your life overall. And if you are completely new here by the way, just to let you know, I do have a second YouTube channel, go right up there in the search bar, and type in FS Fraternity, and there is a plethora more of different types of topics that I talk about, Gear, lifestyle, and everything else all around, go check that out, it's really cool, subscribe to that channel as well.

What I want to talk to you about today is the difference between the different pathways that I take when it comes to my success, when it comes to using Gear.

The reason why I am so open minded about Gear in general, in terms of pathways, different techniques and such, is that there is more than one pathway to do all of this. So anybody that tells me oh no, that’s wrong, don’t do that - relax, there is more than one pathway to reach to the Super Bowl, there is more than one pathway to reach your success.

We can't be too stuck on one certain particular, we can't be too close minded in terms of, you know, this is my set way, this is the best way to do it, because again, there is more than one path to do everything. We can't be tool close minded about being so set with one particular way, especially when these compounds.

The compounds that I use, we can use it for many different reasons, I might react to it differently as well, I might react to it defiantly in a different type of my cycle as well. 

So, what I want to talk about today, right now, is the difference between intramuscular shots and Sub-Q shots. Just to let anybody know, who is not initiated, when it comes to IM shot, intramuscular, that means I am using a long enough pin to go directly through the skin, the fatty tissue and then right into the actual muscle itself. 

That right there is what’s called an IM, or intramuscular shots.So for the uninitiated, the main thing, the use of subcutaneous shots or Sub-Q shots, is really for the HSG and HGH applications. Why?

When it comes to the actual image of it, the aesthetics of it, even though it's a bulking agent, it doesn't aromatize, but I'll get to that in a minute when it comes to the post cycle therapy stuff, it doesn't aromatize.

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Because it needs to be as deep as possible. So here is where it gets a little bit different, it gets a little bit weird, which one should I prefer, which one I should use personally. From my point of view, I love using intramuscular shots.

One, the biggest one, I do not want subcutaneously, especially if I am using more than one compound. If I am using more than one compound, I am absolutely going to use intramuscular shots. Why? Because that is a crap ton of oil, that is at least two, three CCs worth of oil I am trying to put inside my body.

And even though it wont be a waste, say I do get subcutaneously and it goes into my fatty tissue, say if I inject my deltoids and it runs all the way down to my elbow - I will get a little bit more PIP then normal, that’s pretty much it. I am still gonna absorbed every single ounce of the oil of the Gods, when it comes to the Tren, Test, Masteron, Primobolan. 

Whatever I am trying to inject is still gonna go inside my body. What I am not gonna like is the simple fact that that’s gonna hurt. I don’t want to pin in my deltoids and then feel it on my elbow. I don’t want to pin on my quads and then feel it on my kneecap. It's weird, it hurts, I don’t want to do that, it's just bad news bearers all around.So that's the difference why I personally like intramuscular shots. 

Now, if I am completely new, say I am completely new, never done Gear in my entire life, and I am only doing one compound of oil, only one compound, that is it. Then I might actually opt into using Sub-Q shots. One, there is not a lot of oil, two, it's a lot more beginner friendly, three, it's not gonna be as painful because it's only one compound that I am trying to pin into my body.

At the same time, both are going to be absorbed just as fast. When it comes to say the Olympics, I am just gonna give a little bit knowledge here, because again different cultures, different types of back style. When it comes to say the Russian Olympics, they tend to do more Sub-Q shots. Why? Because that’s just the way, it's not better, it's not much more superior, it's just the same exact thing over and over again. 

When it comes to both though, if I am doing more then one compound, I am absolutely going to do IM, because again, it's going to be absorbed regardless or not, but from my point of view, I do not want to feel any extra PIP when it comes to Sub-Q shots as well, especially if I am doing more than one compound. Say I do one compound, and I do Sub-Q shots, I am gonna feel a little bit of bump. 

That's pretty much it, because it's only one compound. If I were to do more than one compound, I am gonna have a huge lump, it's gonna go all over the place, oil is gonna be leaking everywhere. Not a bad thing, it works anyway, but from my point of view, I don’t want that PIP either way. That's the reason why I am always going to reserve the intramuscular shots if I am doing more than one compound as well.

Now, just a little insight here, if I were to do a much more sensitive shot, like say in my biceps, on my calves, insulin needle is also deep enough to go intramuscular, unless of course I am like 50% overweight. As long as I am not ridiculously obese or fat, I can actually use an insulin shot and it will go into my intramuscular [phases] as well. 

Like say for my biceps for example, my calves for example, my traps for example as well, my forearms, if I am really trying to do multiple injection throughout the day, if I am still competing, that's the only time I actually did insulin needle shots for actual multiple compounds of different oils as well. But that’s a different subject, that's a little bit more advanced. 

So if I was a beginner right now, and I had to choose intramuscular shots, Sub-Q shots, I am always going to pick intramuscular, because again, I am trying to get used to that, I am trying to get used to the comfort of it as well. At the same time, I am gonna graduate into multiple oil compounds anyways, so I do not want to limit and be complacent when it comes to just using Sub-Q shots.

I am always going to reserve my Sub-Q shots mainly more for HSG, HGH, fragments, stuff like that, just to make it a whole lot easier, and at the same time it's only one compound from here on out.Anyways, I hope that really clears the whole Sub-Q and IM. Now, for the most part, some of these things, we just don’t need to know. 

But I do like to dive on it, it's like finding out what Tylenol is made of. I don’t care what it's made of, just tell me the right procedure and everything else is gonna become to play into my guideline as well.

So from my point of view, there isn’t really any specific reason for us to know about this, but I did want to cover it, because I do get plenty of emails about this question, should I do Sub-Q or IM.Anyways, that will clear everything up from here on out. Other than that, Kai here, Formula Secrets here, out. Take care.



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