Kai Palikiko           Jan.  27, 2020

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One of the main ones right now that's still affecting me to this very day is having scar tissues. The only reason why I got scar tissue is by the way, because I never rotated out of my glutes. I felt comfortable, I felt like it wasn't affecting me at all and I would just pin my glutes, left glute, right glute over and over again for multiple cycles at a time, simply because I didn't know.

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The many mistakes I've done the very first time I've done my entire journey when it comes to doing Gear. You know, I was scared to doing my legs or my deltoids or my chest. I just didn't feel comfortable and then finally I met my mentor.

He told me I was stupid for doing that, I was just derping around, Kai you need to rotate. The reason why spot injections towards my scar tissue is bad, because it will affect the absorption rate, because yeah, it's logical when you think about it, right?

My skin on that area is so thick that when I'm pinning my oil in there, in terms of whatever I'm using, it could be oil based, it could be water based, whatever it is, it's going to be harder for that compound to be absorbed. So that's the reason why I have to completely avoid pinning in my scar tissue. 

Can something bad happened? No, of course not. In terms of the actual pin site, nothing bad will happen. I won't get an infection, nothing bad will happen, I don't have to get my leg or my arm chopped off. Nothing crazy like that. 

The possibility though is there, meaning this, because of the absorption rate being fluctuated due to the scar tissue, I might experience hormonal fluctuation, as in if I plan on pinning Monday for that very morning, but yet the absorption rate is a lot slower because of the scar tissue, it might fluctuate my hormones. 

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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And we all know what that comes with - possible acne, possible emotional instability, possible things that I just do not want.

So anytime I know for sure I've hit a scar tissue, I will not push through any oil, any water solution on that spot. I really want to try to avoid that as much as I can. Some of you guys might be asking well Kai, how do you know you've hit a certain spot, glutes, quads, chest, even my traps, how would I know for sure if I am about to pin into a scar tissue?

This is one of the main ones, and it's really easy too, so when I would pin I know for sure it's going to be a scar tissue because when I would pin there is no pain at all, whatsoever, which is normal, which is awesome and that's exactly how I want it, I don't want experience any pain whatsoever, but this is where I truly find out. 

The moment I start pushing in the plunger, the moments I start pushing the plunger, and it's like, it's not budging in, am I being a weak little bitch about this? Ok, let me just push it in a little bit harder. And it's still not budging in. Like I would have to really, because...

Can I really push in that compound in there? Yes, I can. But the moment I have to really muscle it in, that's when I know for sure that is an actual scar tissue where I just pinned.


That's when I would pull it out, I'll do the pull out method, I would pull it out and I would hit, I don't have to completely use a different muscle .Take for example, if I hit a scar tissue in my chest, that doesn't necessarily I have to completely move to the other side. I would just move an inch over, that's pretty much it. 

Now, is there still a possibility there could still be a scar tissue? Yeah, so I'll try again until I find another spot. That's how I would do it. That doesn't necessarily mean that entire region is completely shut, I can never use it again. So that could be for my glutes, my quads, my traps, my chest, it doesn't matter what it is, that doesn't mean I have to throw away that entire section, just because there is one small scar tissue in there. 

I would just have to move half an inch or maybe an inch over to avoid that scar tissue, to where I could actually pin in and it would be a lot smoother. It's all about the absorption rate. If it absorbs a lot slower, that could fluctuate my hormones and I could get acne, I could get emotional instability. 

But overall though, those things aren't really bad, bad, terrible sides. It's just an inconvenience. If I could help it, right, if I could actually avoid it, then yeah, of course, if I can help it, I should try to avoid that. So that's the reason why I'm telling you this message right now, because I know some of us, just like me.

I would pin on the same spot over and over again, a long time ago. And because of that, we now have to live the consequence of having scar tissue. It's easy to manage, it's easy to avoid and we know exactly the signs to look for, as in I would pin, plunger is not moving, there's no pain, but the plunger isn't moving at all. Can I really muscle it in?

Of course, of course I can't. That would mess up now the absorption rate of whatever compound I'm using. If you have any questions towards me, hit up with my email, it's gonna go to my proton mail. Kai here, out. Take care.



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