I’m really a performance-only kind of guy. I mean like, numbers in key lifts come first way before numbers in a tape measure in some bodypart. So my strength in some key lifts are more important to me than anything. This even extends to cardio. I’m fat right now, REALLY fat, but if it so happens that cholesterol problems weren’t a huge issue in my bloodline, and it so happens that I can get away with being fat in the boxing ring, I’d stay fat. This is within reason of course. There comes a time when I end up comfortable with my performances on key lifts that I’m willing to just semi-abandon them and actually go for actual physique goals.
I wanna stick to my aptitude by figuring out which key lifts a person needs to be good at in order to have a good physique without being too meticulous on certain stuff. I just wanna mention first that I won’t ever take drugs for it outside of caffeine.
So assuming my diet is solid, I get enough rest, and I don’t work a manual labor job, which key lifts should I work on improving in order to build an aesthetic physique? More specifically, what should my numbers be on them and in what proportion should they be to each other?