Wow the guy in the main picture of that stupid ass article is small as fuck. How is that not too small? The only thing it definitely isn’t is its not too big lol.
I know we all already know this - but lets just put it out there. Guys who say they “don’t want to get too big” say that because they know it takes more hard work and dedication than they can commit to, and by saying that they don’t have to look like a failure.
Im not saying i promote the article or anything, but i dont understand why people on this site have a hard time grasping the fact that not everyone wants to be the size of a pro bodybuilder. [/quote]
And nobody will be without copious amounts of steroids. The point, that has been made maybe 1,000,000,000 times before on this site already, is that on this supposed-to-be hardcore BODYBUILDING website, the goal should be adding as much muscle mass as possible while staying relatively lean.
Your “misunderstanding” probably stems from the fact that the idiots who come here saying they want to be “ripped” at 150 lbs, without having developed any muscle mass to speak off, get flamed - and rightfully so. Brad Pitt in Fight Club is NOT bodybuilding. It is being super skinny with a little bit of muscle. The people that aspire to that physique should NOT come her and pollute a BODYBUILDING website with their crap. They should probably post on a site… why, perhaps a site like askmen.com! They have their own boards where people can compare diets, discuss combat pyramids, and the big man in the room weighs 180 lbs!
I hope this isn’t you. If it is, here’s the link you’ve been searching for. Have a nice time!