If you inject in a muscle , does that muscle grow faster than the others further away from site . If not than why change locations
We change locations to avoid build up of scar tissue and too allow the injection site to heal.
[quote]Sir toddington wrote:
If you inject in a muscle , does that muscle grow faster than the others further away from site . If not than why change locations [/quote]
No standard AAS does not cause the area injected to grow faster than the rest of the body… At least not permanently could be localized swelling for a day or so but, it will subside. There are drugs used that cause localized growth but, they do little to nothing honestly positive to the physique unless you are a true guru with the drugs.
The reason to rotate areas is to minimize scar tissue and give adequate time for the damaged tissue to repair.
Answer is possibly but only if expanding the fascia promotes growth.
Reason I ask is - I heard some people inject into small muscle groups to make them grow faster - but that does not make too much sense because then in past everyone would have huge asses .