Bodybuilding Legend Lee Priest opens up about his injury
The bodybuilding legend Lee Priest shares a detailed update on his injury that forced him to announce his retirement from the bodybuilding.
Lee has definitively gone through hell after the neck injury he got in a car accident in 2015. He is currently unable to train at maximum levels, and he has decided to open up his soul and describe the painful process he was going through.
“Still sh*t… still people talking about fixing it but it’s not fixed..seeing doctors, psychiatrist.. having suicidal thoughts… that’s just on going drama.” – Lee Priest
A bunch of discomforts and temptations Lee Priest had to go through was tremendous. Even when it comes to insurance money, the doctors tried to blame his shoulder injury from 2008. But after the fatal event in 2008, Lee could still train with the maximum of his possibilities! His nerve issues from 2015 reduced his training sessions significantly, and there were days when he could basically do nothing!
Some doctors even blamed steroids for his injuries.
Lee Priest describes it as a complete lack of knowledge, which demolished him mentally and physically. The bodybuilding superstar has said he has suicidal thoughts. His injury turned him into an extremely depressive man without a trace of hope. Lee isn’t even the shadow of the miraculous legend at the moment!
Lee says he doesn’t care about money but working the only thing he likes and lives for – training. A sad man speaks that price means nothing, and the only thing he needs is a juicer in his arm so he can train properly.
When something you love more than your life is taken away, you could try finding alternative solutions. Lee Priest is the man who lives and breathes bodybuilding, and this is the only life he has ever known. Bodybuilders are sometimes worse than children – their toys are weights and gains. Weights are prohibited?! It usually means a bodybuilder can forget about positive mood or happiness.
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We hope Lee Priest will recover as soon as possible and return to the only thing he really loves – training. What are your thoughts?