Anyone ever been in a school play or something where the character would be a badass real big beefcake?
Well, I am, and part of the character’s description is being tall and sinewy (muscular).
I am tall and muscular (very muscular by my highschool’s standards). They were having a hard time finding anyone that was big and had enough muscle for people to notice and could actually read and act well at the same time at my school. One girl who pretty much organizes these plays and stuff just happened to catch me take off my sweater (which I always wear, because I am a self concious pansy. Even when it’s hot, I won’t wear the sweater but will have a loose long sleeve button shirt on, so no one ever knows what I looke like underneath. I mean they usually have some idea that I am “big” but they don’t really know) and shirt after school (I don’t know where)so she bolted over to the play moderator and said “Have Harry do it!”. So I was practically assaulted by a troupe of theater girls and dragged over to the moderator so I could audition for that part in the play.
Now, I could definitely fit the role now. Hell I could have even fit the role half a year ago, but I want to impress people more than I can now. You know, you know your big, but you think “I could be bigger.”
Most of you already know that I am currently on the Westside Barbell for Skinny Bastards program, and I am making pretty damn good gains on it. But I was wondering, how much exactly is that program doing for hypertrophy as opposed to other programs. Or perhaps I should just stick with this program. I was thinking that I should stick with WS for Skinny Bastards, but if there is any things I can do to get a moderate amount of size packed on I wouldn’t mind a little digression as long as it has some better results in the hypertrophy department than WS for Skinny Bastards (which I am doubting anything can right now). I have a few months to prepare, so either way, I’m going to be bigger. But I thought this would be a good question to discuss with the T-Community.