[quote]Alpha F wrote:
Hmm… mine are around that width and looks thick sure…
That is considered a very masculine/power look! I struggle when I put on weight ( fat or water retention ) because I don’t look cute and ‘full’ like most females, I look THICK and strong, lol.[/quote]
Hmm… well while i haven’t seen you in akll your glory, from the picture of your arm in your profile, it looks slender, feminine but nice and muscular too. So at this point i will hold reservation on that ;)[quote]
but i want peak AS WELL! lol!
You want it all, don’t you? Are you training just out of passion and life long project or are you aiming to compete, Brook?[/quote]
Both really. I began training at around 14, and with FW at 18. I was on and off hard drugs for many years and trained well in between (I had the best body of all the junkies…) - then a few years back i got clean for good - stopped drinking, smoking and it took the biggest part of my life at that point. A real bodybuilding saved my life story ;)[quote]
Alpha: As for the peak (i didnt make this thread with the view to it being about the Bi - again - it was just an example!)
I know, My bad if I veered it out of topic, I am free thinker and that ends up in veering the threads into subtopics. But it is interesting.
Do you know what I see when I look at this biceps picture above?
A female breast. Silicone implants cup B to be precise. With the nipple covered by some bizarre surgery error.
Turn your head around to the right and you will see it.
The only other shape in the human form that resembles this shape is the silicone implanted breast of a female BB who lost her originals through steroid use and extreme dieting.
This is of course, a highly subjective and subconscious free association. But as I said from an aesthetic point of view I always ask myself why I embrace or reject certain shapes as beautiful/impressive. And since I am not into boobs I look at this bicep below and go: ew.
Not that there is anything wrong with that… [/quote]
lmao! A conceptual artist? Really…? You’d never guess…! hehe!
Maybe that is the allure. I am more of an arse man myself - and legs, face, back… you get the picture.
I can’t honestly say that i have ever made that particular association before… i personally think of breasts as soft with the texture of a peach - and that bicep is hard and defined.
In my mind (as you said, highly subjective) there is no association - although i can easily see why someone could associate those forms. they are both extreme, freaky and both attained by extra/supra-natural means (drugs or implant).
I think for me it is much more of an androgenic thing - muscularity, power, manliness - the normal things associated with muscle.
I know you appreciate these same things - i have heard you speak of such things (and enjoy your view very much actually) in previous posts - but maybe it is due to him being of the opposite sex. Or maybe that is too crude a realisation.