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post #76 of 263
There's a difference between being skinny and being slender. I could starve myself, but I don't think it would have much of an effect on my waist measurement.
post #77 of 263
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Originally Posted by snake View Post
3"+ waist away from THE ANDROGYNE
The Androgyne wishes he could be as skinny as I 35" chest 27" waist what a fuckin' fatass I sag my 26/27W pants
post #78 of 263
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Originally Posted by LabelKing View Post

at the THE MUSCLEMAN: 1983, 41" chest, 31" waist. I'm a 41" chest, 29" waist and hardly a "muscleman".
post #79 of 263
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Originally Posted by KitAkira View Post
I'm 1" bigger than the Homme Nouveau waist, guess it's time I start purging

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Originally Posted by Listi View Post
The Androgyne wishes he could be as skinny as I

35" chest 27" waist what a fuckin' fatass I sag my 26/27W pants

I'm such a fatty.
post #80 of 263
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Originally Posted by Rikkar501 View Post
at the THE MUSCLEMAN: 1983, 41" chest, 31" waist. I'm a 41" chest, 29" waist and hardly a "muscleman".

hear that everyone i'm a muscle man
post #81 of 263
As long as it's veiny, who cares?
post #82 of 263
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Originally Posted by Wretched View Post
I'm somewhere near The Classic. 31" waist, 42" chest. Pull-ups helped get me those proportions and I think clothes look better if you have a slight V-shape. Classical proportions appeal to a wide variety of women.

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at the THE MUSCLEMAN: 1983, 41" chest, 31" waist. I'm a 41" chest, 29" waist and hardly a "muscleman".

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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
hear that everyone i'm a muscle man

11" drop and 12" drops.

I'd say that's fairly muscular.



I always thought that a 6" drop was the standard around which most clothes were made.
post #83 of 263
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
11" drop and 12" drops.

I'd say that's fairly muscular.



I always thought that a 6" drop was the standard around which most clothes were made.

For sure

44 suit 32 pants.
12 drop

wooo

I'm not skinny
post #84 of 263
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Originally Posted by bows1 View Post
For sure

44 suit 32 pants.
12 drop

wooo

I'm not skinny

very decent.

Are suits that fit in the chest too big in the shoulders for you?

just wondering cos it seems like one could increase chest measurements as pecs and back get bigger, but shoulders would lag behind.
post #85 of 263
hendrix: yes, you'll find if they fit your chest, they won't fit your shoulders. Pullups help, but not a lot. It is annoying.
post #86 of 263
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Originally Posted by Eason View Post
hendrix: yes, you'll find if they fit your chest, they won't fit your shoulders. Pullups help, but not a lot. It is annoying.

sucks.

but not enough to stop.

gained 4kg in the last 3 months. probably mostly fat but still stoked.
post #87 of 263
Put a shoulder day in, do side/rear lats plus military press. Shoulders will catch up a bit at least.
post #88 of 263
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Originally Posted by aeglus View Post
Put a shoulder day in, do side/rear lats plus military press. Shoulders will catch up a bit at least.
got a shoulder day in there, for the very reason that i was worried about getting the token gym guy chest with disproportionately small shoulders. what do you mean by side/rear lats? do you mean delts i.e. lateral raise and reverse flys?
post #89 of 263
post #90 of 263
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Originally Posted by hendrix View Post
11" drop and 12" drops. I'd say that's fairly muscular.
I agree. If guys with 11-12" drops don't think they look muscular, they either have a high standard for muscularity or are estimating their waist by their marked pant size rather than by tape measure.
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