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post #16 of 64
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Originally Posted by j
Same, except, large automobile.

Plus, I pretty much eat a large pizza and drink a half rack for dinner every night. Czech models throw themselves at my feet wherever I go.

You guys can squat automobiles? That's pretty cool. I attached a metal bar to the front bumper of my car so now I can curl it. It's only a mid-size, though.
post #17 of 64
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Originally Posted by Impulse155
Well...im 15, and i do all the work i possibly can to get a skinnier stomach, but it never works. Im a guy thatll run 5 miles a day, play sports, do crunchers, do leg lifts, anything to make myself lose a few inches yet if i do lose an inch, itll take about 2 months
I had friends who at 15 didn't even look like they had hit puberty yet, let alone developed defined muscles! Just keep exercising and give yourself some time. A little persistence and by 19 or 20 you might see what you're looking for!
post #18 of 64
I've just admitted that I'm slim and will remain so. But, I am in good shape and so a lot of cardiovascular activities, I have been too busy to regularly go to the gym for a while now, but I have been doing crunches at home and I have a punching bag I regularly hit the shit out of. You can see the upper part of my 6 pack, but I can't seem to have the bottom part show; which I am sure has to do with my diet. I really should start biking again...

Jon.
post #19 of 64
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Originally Posted by Jen
Do you ever wish that you were a different shape in order to be able to pull off certain looks?

This may sound funny, but I always wished I had skinny legs so I could wear really skinny pants. A friend of mine is tall and thin, and skinny pants look cool on him. I can't even pull up a pair of boot cut olas past my thighs, and I don't know if those jeans are actually that thin.

As I am now, losing some fat around my waist would be enough. I don't need a sixpack or any definition, just a little less fat.

Oh, and I bench 1000 pounds. It might be a world record, but I don't know, who has time to check when running ultra marathons.
post #20 of 64
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Originally Posted by Jen
Do you ever wish that you were a different shape in order to be able to pull off certain looks?
Constantly. I don't lie about it. Lying doesn't change anything, and I see no reason in that. But I am 5'10" and 130lbs. I don't know if I've ever run into beer guts as measures of manliness (I think that was before my time, really; even the frat boys wish they looked like ambiguously bisexual Abercrombie models now), but I do wish I weren't so ridiculously skinny, and once I've finally gotten through moving in two months, I am planning on embarking on a ridiculously ascetic training regimen for the next year and a half.
post #21 of 64
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Originally Posted by Ambulance Chaser
Frankly, I suspect that some members of the Forum exaggerate their fitness level when bemoaning their inability to buy OTR suits. A drop 12 is Men's Health-cover quality, and requires 2-3 hours per day in the gym. I'm happy with my decent-shape, size 40R physique -- makes it much easier to buy things (although no luck in finding deals in outlets and eBay!). I do wish I was over 6 feet tall, but nothing I can do about that.

EDITED for embarassing typo that j caught

Maybe that is true for some people, I don't know. I mean, I am ~5. 10" and 150 lbs, around 32-33 waist, 38-40 jacket size...of course I could be more fit but I don't bemoan the fact that I am relatively trim for a 28 year old but not muscular... I do two martial arts but I have breathing/cardiovascular issues as well as joint problems. Nothing to brag about. Sure, I would like a some more muscle mass but oh well. I find the traditional "gym" thing far too boring to be worth my time. I am sure many people here are indeed in better shape than I
post #22 of 64
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Originally Posted by JBZ
You guys can squat automobiles? That's pretty cool. I attached a metal bar to the front bumper of my car so now I can curl it. It's only a mid-size, though.

I can do back curls with one of my two Toyota Celica (this one):
post #23 of 64
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But I am 5'10" and 130lbs.
Dude, I know lots of people who'd die to be that size. Super slim jeans and clothing is the shieet.
post #24 of 64
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Originally Posted by Handlethevibe
Dude, I know lots of people who'd die to be that size. Super slim jeans and clothing is the shieet.
Heheh, pipecleaner-style jeans seem to be back!
Not my thing but it sounds like he is in perfect shape to take advantage of them
post #25 of 64
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Originally Posted by Arethusa
Constantly.

I don't lie about it. Lying doesn't change anything, and I see no reason in that. But I am 5'10" and 130lbs. I don't know if I've ever run into beer guts as measures of manliness (I think that was before my time, really; even the frat boys wish they looked like ambiguously bisexual Abercrombie models now), but I do wish I weren't so ridiculously skinny, and once I've finally gotten through moving in two months, I am planning on embarking on a ridiculously ascetic training regimen for the next year and a half.
Dior Homme and David Bowie Thin White Duke looks are quite in right now.
post #26 of 64
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Originally Posted by Handlethevibe
Dude, I know lots of people who'd die to be that size. Super slim jeans and clothing is the shieet.

I dunno. I am 5'11" and just under 155 lbs, and that is small enough for me. Truthfully, I wouldn't want to be much lighter. Trade muscle for some fat, sure. But I like to look like I can take care of myself if and when the need arises.

J and Renault, squatting cars is pretty cool. I find it sort of hard to balance Escalades though. I use a single pulley, but it seems like cheating. Any tips?

Anyway, here is a picture of me, just to dispel any myths. I would go Abercrombie style, but my wife, who started this thread, might have questions as to why I am posting shirtless pictures up on a men's styleforum.

post #27 of 64
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Originally Posted by LA Guy
I dunno. I am 5'11" and just under 155 lbs, and that is small enough for me. Truthfully, I wouldn't want to be much lighter. Trade muscle for some fat, sure. But I like to look like I can take care of myself if and when the need arises.

J and Renault, squatting cars is pretty cool. I find it sort of hard to balance Escalades though. I use a single pulley, but it seems like cheating. Any tips?

Anyway, here is a picture of me, just to dispel any myths. I would go Abercrombie style, but my wife, who started this thread, might have questions as to why I am posting shirtless pictures up on a men's styleforum.

dood ur pants r 2 low dood lolz

nice flarez
post #28 of 64
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Originally Posted by j
dood ur pants r 2 low dood lolz nice flarez
Surprisingly, they actually liked this outfit (to be fair, a lot of the guys who commented positively also post here), or at least let it go without comment. And while the Loose Frank is a true straight leg, While the Ralph actually is a bit of a bootcut, I thought that these jeans were more "flared" in the photo. I don't know, maybe they were too dazzled by the sight of a real life Spruce hoodie to notice anything else. anyways, ur opinion is just and opinion, n its wack. lol.
post #29 of 64
Fok you are in total Superfutures pose there...deserve everything you get
post #30 of 64
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Originally Posted by m@T
Fok you are in total Superfutures pose there...deserve everything you get

Actually, I was doing my best aggro Brian.
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