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  1. I think that's potentially the key. I know (and fair enough) that so many might say that if you don't have a goal, you'll never achieve. But I have experienced/can see just how much time and effort can going into bodybuilding. I've been watching a couple of younger colleagues really going for it, and I'm not convinced that they're happier as a result. We all know the circle of behaviour - you're never, ever happy with what you've achieved. You'll always want more size. If Schwarzenegger had the same body now that he did 25 years ago, I'd be more convinced. But it all goes south eventually.
  2. In the past couple of weeks, I've had a bit of an epiphany. I was thinking, if I were to reach my goal physique, what then? Would I simply think, "ticked that off, what next?" It then got me thinking about why I lift. I've also been reading more about the Insta star bodybuilders many of us follow, and about how they can take hundreds of photos during their peak period (say, before a comp), and then leak those pics onto their account over a 6 month period, making it constantly look like they maintain their physique that way year-round, when it's simply not true. Most definitely, my self-esteem gets a bit of a kick out of being bigger than others. I've really enjoyed it in the past when colleagues tell me how I'm looking bigger. But then, I've got other things going on in my life which can help to feed my self-esteem. I like it when my husband reacts positively to my growth, but then again, a muscular physique has never been on his wish-list for being with me. Whilst he has commented on my growth before, I know that he's more into other aspects of my body: he'd rather my chest were hairy than sporting massive bodybuilder tits. I don't need to be a bodybuilder to turn him on. I know for certain he's not into massive muscle monsters. In the past I've imagined him becoming bigger and even entering contests (part of what I've desired in a partner in the past, or so I thought), and that's been a big motivator for me to be in the gym, and to encourage him to be in there, too. One of the hottest moments in our relationship was the time we were both standing stark bollock naked in front of each other in the locker room after the gym and he's been getting off on his own pump, both our cocks thickening as he asks me to cop a feel. But he ultimately lifts for fitness, and has openly admitted he just doesn't feel he has the ability to grow big. Then, last night, I was surfing YouTube and was watching some of Layne Norton's newest vids. I was a massive fan of Layne 10+ years ago. I was watching a few of his latest vids, where he's been severely injured to the point where he simply can't train, or even walk. Then he's got some personal problems of his own devising (which he fully talks about on his channel biolayne). It did make me wonder even more, where is this whole bodybuilding caper leading? I'm not in any way advocating losing my fitness, or 'letting myself go', but could I better use a couple of hours of my gym time for something else? Could I be happy/happier with 3 gym sessions a week, and devoting the other two or three to something else? I guess it's all about personal priorities. I'm not in any way judging anybody: I'm just sharing my personal experience of the past few weeks, and am keen to hear if anyone else has gone through similar thoughts.
  3. Speedos and their stigma

    Um...sorry. Speedo is an Australian brand, founded in 1914! Nought to do with America! :-) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Speedo
  4. Exploring hard muscular bodies

    I sympathise with both of these posts. As a gay man with a husband, I'm not looking to hook up with other men. That said, whilst my husband is fit, he's not a bodybuilder, and he knows that I'm fascinated by huge, veiny muscular freak physiques. I've been fortunate enough, over the years, to have come across a few guys who are up for the same things I am - they're simply fascinated by muscle, and interested to show off what they've built, see my body and so we've been able to have a mutual appreciation of what we've built - some flexing, some feeling of muscles - and that is all. I do wish that this was more common - sometimes I get the impression that a lot of guys would be up for this kind of exchange, but feel pressured that they should always end up in some sort of sexual scenario. One of the hot things about bodybuilding is that, ultimately, the end goal is to strip off down to your pants and show other men what you've created. One of my hottest fantasies is that my husband becomes a bodybuilder, and that other men then have the chance to see his ripped body and feel his muscles - because that's the ultimate goal of bodybuilding, like I said, showing it all off to others.
  5. Does your partner....

    Mine knows I'm into bodybuilders, and I love surfing bb'ing sites in front of him. But he doesn't know about this one.
  6. What build is your partner?

    I'm 183cm and 90kg and a rugby player build, he's about 190cm and 80kg and slim. He's traditionally not been into the gym as much as I have, but he's taken to it more of late, has dropped more body fat, and is looking great. If he really put his mind to it, he'd rip up just awesomely! :-)
  7. Instant orgasm content thread

    Oh wow. Someone else on here who's into USA Muscle. I've not seen this clip, but I am totally with you. You get the entire up close and personal package. I don't know where they find their camera operators, but they sure as hell know what to film.
  8. Hiring a Personal Ptrainer

    I've worked with two in the last 3 years. It's definitely a worthwhile investment. A good PT will nicely point out how you can improve your form, show you some tricks, help plan your diet and most importantly push you to get those extra two reps when you'd normally quit. That's when the growing happens. It's an investment, like buying a good suit, but of you can't invest in your own body and health, then...
  9. Some of you may have read, I've recently come out of the bodybuilding closet to my husband. We've both been going to the gym for more than 8 years now, but we both have different ambitions: he lifts to stay slim, and I've usually lifted heavy, meaning we usually end up working out separately. A few months ago, after he was talking about the bodybuilding contest being looped on the TVs at the gym, I confessed that I'd quite like to look like that. Instead of saying something like 'those guys are too big', he was super supportive, and basically wants me to look however I want to look. He was full of suggestions as to how we might achieve this, especially hiring a bodybuilding PT. Maybe it sounds strange to some, but it really turns me on that he's open to me growing. I even just love hearing the word 'bodybuilder' come from his lips. We've both become more open to flexing for one another. I cannot wait until I'm bigger and have more muscle for him. I think he's really getting more into muscle worship, and I've got all sorts of fantasies about what he can do for me while I'm flexing. How have others partners reacted to them coming out of the muscle closet? What does your partner think of bodybuilders in general? I'd love to get to the point where we could watch bodybuilding clips online together.
  10. United Kingdom General Election 2017

    I'm personally hoping a lot of Remainers will jump on the Lib Dem bandwagon. Labour is, unfortunately, a lost cause thanks to Corbyn's spineless leadership. May keeps trying to pretend that the country is unified. Personally, I blame Cameron for proposing such a binary question to address such a hugely complex system.
  11. London GB Bodybuilding Show

    I'd love to go to the NABBA Show on 29th February in Hayes, which is almost London! Be even better to go with a couple of guys into muscle who know what they're on about. Would anyone like to join? http://www.nabba.co.uk/competitions/
  12. Any vegetarians here?

    Hello, yes, this is me. Indeed, it can get to the point of 'death by pulses and beans'. That said, meat eating bodybuilders seem to always be on the chicken - maybe it's just something bodybuilders need to put up with, a lack of variety. I'll be interested to check out the link above, however.
  13. veganism and bodybuilding

    I can't say I agree with the way the article tries to make a conclusion regarding the worth of veganism by trying the amount of time required to grow almonds, rice etc. There are far too many studies which show that, were the world to simply turn vegetarian overnight, hunger across the planet would disappear. The amount of space required to graze cattle, and the amount of water required by them personally, as well as to grow feed, is an environmental nightmare most people would rather ignore. I'm not a vegan - I'm a vegetarian. It would seem that the only reason that people like me get a bad rap from meat eaters is simply because meat eaters don't have the discipline.
  14. Hey mate - where are you located?

  15. You should be able to access the Unfiltered section now

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