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Skimping on leg day
#11
Nobody really gives a fuck about how big you are unless a specific context. It's all selfish in the end.
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#12
I once did belt squats (squatting on two boxes with a weighted dip belt) for a while and I could really feel my quads.

The only problem is that you need those boxes. I had none so I stood on two benches. It was very instable and I must have been looked ridiculously. Also the gym owner was not very happy to see me doing this. You also need something to grab in front of you since you can easily fall backwards. But otherwise, a formidable exercise.
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#13
You guys are leg fetishists.
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#14
(03-14-2019, 01:08 AM)Richard Wrote: Nobody really gives a fuck about how big you are unless a specific context. It's all selfish in the end.

I disagree. Several women have commented on my legs. It actually happened this week while in casual business clothes with somewhat loose khakis! If one is jacked, people know even when you're in baggy clothes. 

Women stare at men's butts too. Perhaps the vast majority of women don't like grotesquely built steroid-aided bodies, but enough do in order for a man to increase his chances in finding a mate.
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#15
Woman likes men that generally looks good - clothes, hair, teeth, hands and most of all face
Muscles helps but that's is only one of the factors - in my experience, most women finds bulging muscles repulsive (even the "aesthetic" crew) and they are more into a fit/sport men physique aka David Beckham
I also noticed that usually mentally challenged women who are obsessed with fitness and healthy lifestyle, and teenagers up to 20 years age usually drools on big muscles (it certainly helps to look bulged on beach or a pool if you want one night stand with someone like that)
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#16
(03-16-2019, 04:12 PM)RedPillOverdose Wrote: I disagree. Several women have commented on my legs. It actually happened this week while in casual business clothes with somewhat loose khakis! If one is jacked, people know even when you're in baggy clothes. 

Women stare at men's butts too. Perhaps the vast majority of women don't like grotesquely built steroid-aided bodies, but enough do in order for a man to increase his chances in finding a mate.
I agree about a man's butt being a source of attraction. Over the years I've heard women say things like "That guy has a cute looking butt," "look at his ass," etc. In a math class one woman who I thought was good looking made a comment about her math professor who was from another country. She said "God he has a nice butt and love it when he says triangle cause it sounds like 'twiangle.' That's mainly why the only leg exercise I do once or twice a week is high bar squats which builds my butt better than any other barbell exercise I know of so far. I lift 80% for aesthetics and 20% for health/strength. Still do deads every couple weeks, but that's a back exercise for me.

(03-16-2019, 04:39 PM)Navigator Wrote: Woman likes men that generally looks good - clothes, hair, teeth, hands and most of all face
Muscles helps but that's is only one of the factors - in my experience, most women finds bulging muscles repulsive (even the "aesthetic" crew) and they are more into a fit/sport men physique aka David Beckham
I also noticed that usually mentally challenged women who are obsessed with fitness and healthy lifestyle, and teenagers up to 20 years age usually drools on big muscles (it certainly helps to look bulged on beach or a pool if you want one night stand with someone like that)
Yep, muscles are supplementary for looks, but whoever you are, if you wish to attract women to the best of your ability, then no harm in adding muscles and working out. If anything it will at least give you something busy to do instead of ruminating on the negative aspects of how you feel unattractive. I always thought that roided women were into roided men. Another tale I've heard is that pornstars like men on roids, especially the ones with the most extreme plastic surgery where they almost completely different from their original self. 

When I think of good looking guys in terms of bodies that aren't super muscular I think of Jason Statham, and Brad Pitt in his younger days.
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