I’m well aware of the can of worms I’m opening, but I hope to keep it professional.
I read here all the time how bodybuilders do not want obliques and glutes too big. I know Vince gironda was huge on this.
For those that compete like Stu, what is generally “too big”? (photo examples of naturals if possible or general measurement I would be grateful for.)
I am not asking for homosexual reasons or anything of the sort, I am genuinely curious for educational reasons as I like reading about bodybuilding. Thank you in advanced.
Also for those that say 'Why should it matter, focus on your own work, ECT…)
I am doing greyskull and switched recently.[/quote]
You can tailor Greyskull for weak or undersized bodyparts with “plugins”.
What Stu says here is how bodybuilding is judged, and if a man were to train his whole body seriously, but because of genetic inclinations, has some relatively under- or overdeveloped bodyparts, I don’t think it would be of much concern if one is not competing.
I am never going to have bulbous pecs, just never. However, I have a quad sweep and teardrop that even much bigger and stronger men have complimented. Despite this asymmetrical physique I don’t mind because when I do a physique show (god be willing I can finally pull this off late this year or early next year) I will do it knowing I will not be setting the physique world on fire and no one on the street or beach will even care.