The fact that people can look at someone that is in shape and say "your getting too big and muscly" while your standing next to a fat person. Do they say anything to the fat guy about the tire rim around his waist? No, because its taboo.
Everytime I hear "well I would be in shape if I had time"
"I dont want to get muscle-bound/too-big/insert adjective here."
Why is it that when someone starts training, turns they're life around, and gets in shape, someone that hasn't yet is always there to point the steroid finger?
Have you seen "Supersize Me"? That entire movie pisses me off.
Who flips a collar in the gym? Honestly? I swear, I'm waiting for a chance to start a fight with this guy.
"I'd lift it myself, but I have a bad back..."
Really little guys doing curls. I think that there should be a law that if your not over 175lbs, then you shouldn't be curling. I realize to most of you that this may seem low, but I think its an appropriate number to achieve before someone should start curling. Now I'm under 175, and probably will be for a while (I fight at lightweight), but I would also rather load up and do a weighted pull up than curl. If you weigh 105lbs soaking wet, I don't think you need to bring up your biceps by doing another set of curls. You need to eat.