belligerent, don’t take these guys seriously.
How on earth does making the assumption, that their looks are mainly a function of their genes, take something away from them?
Yes, I share your opinion, btw.
If you ever meet a gymnast in person, it’s crazy how small they are really. Short guys with short limbs who watch their body fat dilligently. Amazing athlets nontheless, strong fast and agile, probably the best allrounders, but I don’t think copying their training will lead to better size gains then through old school BB.[/quote]
The idea of ‘copying their training’ isn’t even an option. Training is their FULL TIME job. CW has mentioned in several articles that the Cirque de Soleil acrobats are SHREDDED – because, even though they may not be lifting huge weights, their muscles are being utilized CONSTANTLY – 6+ hours every day. Same thing with lumberjacks having huge backs, bricklayers having huge forearms, etc.
Sure, they’re extremely gifted athletes. But it’s the combination of extremely intense training and very clean, protein-heavy diets lthat lead to their impressive physiques.