maybe the fact that you’re 150 lbs and almost 20 percent bodyfat. maybe that’s where someone would get that from. and the fact that you said you have zero muscle definition. We’re just following the breadcrumbs, buddy, you’re the one droppin’ them.
So here’s some real, honest advice. You said you just eat when you feel like it. you don’t track macros. do you log your workouts? regardless, then answer to why you don’t look impressive is because a) you have too much fat, particularly at your size to look impressive, and b) you’re obviously not working hard enough. Looking impressive takes a lot of work. This should be intuitive, right? If it was easy, everyone would look awesome. You have to put in some SERIOUS work. Obviously some folks will have genetic gifts that you don’t have, but that doesn’t mean you can’t succeed with what you’re working with. But you clearly need to step up your game, ya know?
The simple fact is, if you’re going to look impressive, you’re going to have to be bigger. Nobody will look big at 150 lbs unless they are ripped to shreds. like in the 6%, ready to step on stage, kind of ripped. and that’s not sustainable. On top of that, put a t shirt on a guy like that and he’ll look tiny. Your best bet is to work on getting much bigger, while still maintaining the bodyfat level you currently have. At your height and bodyfat, you’re going to have to be in the 180-200 lbs range to start to really look good. Just some food for thought.