Its not a perfect example because this dude is massive, i 'm talking about the “fullness” he has.
cant take a picture right now, but mine look basically like this, but slightly bigger.
Well, you’re comparing an average joe who looks like he barely lifts weights to Frank McGrath, a huge bodybuilder with tremendous size, and low bodyfat.
So, the answer is - Keep lifting heavy weights, eat enough to support your training, rinse and repeat for MANY YEARS - if you want to look anything like that. And you still won’t unless you have his genetics, plus access to PEDs, and a whole truckload of other variables…
But the short answer is keep lifting heavy on the basics, eat and have patience - it will take a long time to achieve the kind of development you are talking about. [/quote]
Was only using him to illustrate what i mean, i’m certainly not after his size and know its pretty un achievable for me.
Here is a much better example. Size and development wise. Thanks for your suggestions!