[quote]Professor X wrote:
Alright so I understand that alot of my questions are pretty dumb…but I am not a fitness expert or even a guy who really know what he is doing.
One question I do have is how do some people weifh less but look bigger? My goal is to have a physique similar to shawn crawford and he even weighs less then me, how is this ?
My physique goal
I can’t believe you exist. When stats are listed, do you think these are constant weights that never change? Chances are, they weighed Shawn years ago and just keep using the same stats. Most people don’t weigh the same in the afternoon as they do in the morning, but you seem to think Shawn has weighed EXACTLY 165.00000lbs for a decade and that to look like him, you need to lose weight yourself.
Bottom line, even at your age, I would have figured this out. Most stats listed about athletes are NOT exact. I mentioned Jerome Bettis in another thread. There is no way he is only 255lbs, yet his stats have listed him there for YEARS. Please wake the living fuck up before you hurt yourself.
Not only that, but regardless of what someone else weighs, you won’t look just like them just because you weigh the same. Shawn has more muscle than you and less fat than you. You, on the other hand, are a walking stick figure who is trying to lose weight like a primping beauty queen on crack.[/quote]
Good response but you did not answer my question. I understand that I am skinny but I am asking why it is that although I weigh more he looks heavier and defined at a lighter weight. I also understand that I will not look exactly like him that is why I am saying I want a physique like his, not that I want his. I mean I want to be thin and defined. Since I weigh 168 what do I have to do to lean up? Do I have to bulk then cut or can I lose fat and gain muscle at the same time?