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    Default Regarding Jay's Bicep Tear

    Take a look at Lee's torn bicep. Very Similar. Tendon tears or ruptures do not swell up nor bleed as much as a muscle tear. Very insightful.






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    Great comparison, though I doubt the people "in the know" will take it in objectively....
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    i can see the similarities in the shape when contracted.

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    Good comparison, however IMO a torn bicep will increase peak but not overall "volume" of the muscle - like in Cutler's case.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Martin View Post
    Good comparison, however IMO a torn bicep will increase peak but not overall "volume" of the muscle - like in Cutler's case.
    Exactly it is from bad site injection that hit a vein.

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    You guys are really oversimplifying this. As I've stated before, there are partial tears, complete tears, proximal bicep tears, distal bicep tendon tears. Each is gonna result a diffferent type of look/weakness, and even for any specific kind of tear different things can occur.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Martin View Post
    Good comparison, however IMO a torn bicep will increase peak but not overall "volume" of the muscle - like in Cutler's case.
    Jealousy must suck huh.
    I back eees normal https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I6Zb92IfHkI

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnepointfiveGauge View Post
    Take a look at Lee's torn bicep. Very Similar. Tendon tears or ruptures do not swell up nor bleed as much as a muscle tear. Very insightful.

    Watch and learn (WARNING, NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART)


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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerStrength12 View Post
    Watch and learn (WARNING, NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART)

    That is why you have to make sure the bar is very near touching your shins when you start the deadlift. Otherwise it becomes a bent over biceps curl...ouch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Martin View Post
    Good comparison, however IMO a torn bicep will increase peak but not overall "volume" of the muscle - like in Cutler's case.
    true, but when you have that much bruising, you have swelling and that will increase the volume.

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    Are you serious?? Even Jay himself did not say its a tear, he said he "strained it" two weeks ago. If he Tore it, it would not start swelling two weeks later. LOL. Please some common sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerStrength12 View Post
    You guys are really oversimplifying this. As I've stated before, there are partial tears, complete tears, proximal bicep tears, distal bicep tendon tears. Each is gonna result a diffferent type of look/weakness, and even for any specific kind of tear different things can occur.
    It is not a tear. He was fine in the bathroom pic where he looked good like a day or 2 ago. This happens when they hit a vein while shooting a product called Nolotil, it is the new escilene that they use before they go on stage for lagging body parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balls2wall View Post
    Are you serious?? Even Jay himself did not say its a tear, he said he "strained it" two weeks ago. If he Tore it, it would not start swelling two weeks later. LOL. Please some common sense.
    Jay was brushing the question off, he has bigger things on his mind than explaining himself and he doesnt need to, just be happy he did th interview. You have an opinion, and so d I the only person that knows for sure is Jay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balls2wall View Post
    Are you serious?? Even Jay himself did not say its a tear, he said he "strained it" two weeks ago. If he Tore it, it would not start swelling two weeks later. LOL. Please some common sense.
    Typing in Bold letters will not improve your intelligence. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerStrength12 View Post
    You guys are really oversimplifying this. As I've stated before, there are partial tears, complete tears, proximal bicep tears, distal bicep tendon tears. Each is gonna result a diffferent type of look/weakness, and even for any specific kind of tear different things can occur.
    True there are many ways to injure a muscle, just giving my opinion based on my experience as a bodybuilder and PT - it's all cool... In my case I tore the distal attachment thus creating a gap by my elbows. I had absolutely zero swelling or bruising for either injury, although I guess if he tore the muscle belly he could, but would probably also have bruising distal to the injury in the forearm and hand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jude2 View Post
    Exactly it is from bad site injection that hit a vein.
    The good side is that Jay discovered a vein in his arm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david94 View Post
    The good side is that Jay discovered a vein in his arm.
    Now that was good.

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