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DaveMuscle

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About DaveMuscle

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    real profile.
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    Male
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    Straight
  • What are your interests?
    Showing off my muscle and strength and being worshiped
  • What are you seeking?
    People who admire muscle, strength, power and extreme masculinity and virility
  • Got Any Fetishes?
    Crushing, bending, destroying things

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  1. I associate muscle-muilding and strength training intimately with my sex life. As with CentralNJMuscle, it does border on an addiction. I am straight, but anything to do with muscle turns me on, particularly my own muscle and strength. Seeing, feeling or thinking about my own muscle gives me a way to be aroused whenever I want to be. I think it also makes arousal more intense and extreme, as the arousal from my partner is added to the arousal due to my self-admiration. So this makes orgasms more intense, and easier to achieve (perhaps too easy). Then there is the mechanical aspect of being strong allowing you to do more things with you partner: lifting them in different ways, and having more stamina and capability to have sex in different positions and configurations, which makes it all more interesting and varied, and probably makes the partner want to have sex more and more often. Them also admiring their partner’s muscularity and strength will also have the same effect, as it’s a two way street. Some muscles obviously help with sex, like having powerful thighs and arms to hoist your partner up, or strong abs and glutes for thrusting in to them, but for me it’s like every part of my strong, powerful body is contributing to the experience and sensation, both mentally and physically, driving me forward like a machine that’s just built for sex! So there are so many ways that having big strong muscles makes sex better, in my experience. Comparing ‘after’ with ‘before’, I can’t really say, as this is a very long-term game. I can only say that I was always very keen on sex, and I think having the bodybuilding lifestyle, keeping fit and strong, has prevented that from waning with time and age in the way it does for most men. Dave Skype: MrMuscleCrush
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    Where have you done it?

    Yeah I’ve had great sex in a train, in a public garden, all over...
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    Anyone also post on Instagram, Tumblr etc...

    I’m on Instagram and sometimes post little videos of posing or feats of strength on there: @Dave_Muscle
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    Enjoy your workout

    That’s a sad story Hulk2be. But you did make gains: a 25% improvement on the (fairly unusual) exercise that you mention, which is not nothing at all. Maybe you needed a personal trainer, or at least a helpful training buddy, to push you and keep you motivated - noticing where things were improving, pointing them out, and identifying any specific problems and suggesting solutions and new things to try. Muscle growth is a funny thing: there isn’t necessarily a direct, linear relationship between the work you do and the results you get. It needs imagination and creativity as well as sheer grunt work. Maybe that’s where you were falling down, and that might also account for your lack of pleasure in working out. For myself, I love working out for the same reasons lots of people have mentioned here. Feeling that pump, seeing the achievements, amazing myself moving weights I once would have thought impossible, impressing people with my muscles and making them envious when I flex, loving being that big powerful guy that others admire. How could I not enjoy that and get turned on by it?!
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    Guy who keeps on cummimg

    No, but it astounds like me. I can keep cumming for hours! Skype: MrMuscleCrush Instagram: dave_muscle
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    Orgasm From Weight Lifting?

    When I started lifting when I was 17 it certainly gave me an instant orgasm at first. It was a very bare gym with just massive cast iron weight plates and rusty bars, and that sensation of crude, unmediated fight between the iron and my body, and the whole idea of becoming one of those huge guys that pumps iron, made it happen. I don’t think one gets the same sensation in a sophisticated gym with luxurious flooring and white machines. It’s the raw, pumping iron sensation that does it for me. We don’t use the words ‘pump’ and ‘pumping’ for nothing! That first susceptibility to orgasm wears off, of course, but lifting still makes me super-hard.
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    SuperSTRONG

    Love this kind of thing.
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    Dick strength

    I do feats of strength with my dick. Join the "Megaghum Men' club to see, or Skype me! Dave Skype: MrMuscleCrush
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    Speedos and their stigma

    It's only Americans who call them 'speedos' (that's the name of a particular brand), and it seems to be only Americans who have a particular 'thing' about them, like they think they are indecent or something. In the rest of the world they are known as 'swimming trunks' (or whatever it is in the local language), and are considered the normal thing for men to wear at the pool or beach, exciting no interest or comment. Dave
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    A stagnating growing?

    Frequency of workouts is very personal, and also age-dependent. Some people, especially youngsters, get good results doing 5 or 6 days per week, but I think three intense all-out sessions is enough. But if you feel you have the energy, and the muscles you are training have fully recovered, then try more. But I wouldn't hammer muscles that are still sore from the last time.
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    A stagnating growing?

    Getting to a 'plateau' where you seem to make no more improvements after a while of training is common - normal, in fact. You have to start experimenting to find new routines that get you growing. No-one can give you the exact prescription for this, it is personal. For example, rather than the split you describe, try doing 3 whole-body workouts per week, but different exercises for each body part every time. Try working intuitively, rather than according to a set pattern, just doing the exercises that you feel might be what you most need. Do the ones you enjoy most, but not too much of any particular one. Alternate sessions of heavy weight, low reps with sessions of light weight, high reps. Try sequences of sets that pyramid up, and pyramid down. Try something completely new, like Olympic weightlifting exercises or Strongman exercises (you need to find someone to teach them). Keep trying different things. Definitely don't do exercises that cause pain, in reference to the shoulder problem. You have to work round injuries and allow them to heal, which can take years for some things. By the looks of you, and the stats, you are not fat, so don't spend a lot of time on cardio now. Don't use up the calories that should be used for growing muscle in a lot of cardio. Dave
  12. I think this fits into the weird / funny /interesting category... One of the most bizarre muscle-related films you might ever see, this is Lou Ferrigno playing the piano with Liberace in 1980 . Hilarious.
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    How do you see yourself?

    I see myself as not the biggest, but still impressively fit and strong for my age. Sorry if that comes across as vain!
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    How long do/would you spend in the gym?

    Yep, it's not necessary to spend hours and hours daily in the gym, and probably not a good idea. Those who achieve results do it by working hard, methodically, and regularly, not by spending their lives in the gym.
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    Am I too sexually addicted to muscle?

    I suppose I might be in a position to answer this question, as a straight man, though obviously any answer is going to be personal. For me, muscle is always sexual in its own way, even though I'm not interested in having sex with men. It's sexual whether it's my own muscle, muscle on other guys or muscle on women. There could be men who are interested in muscle but their interest is entirely non-sexual, but I'm not certain whether there are. This is so complicated it it hard to untie all the elements. Because, I'm also interested in lifting and strength in a way that is not sexual, but achievement-based (like someone might be interested in doing a good job in home decoration, or playing an instrument well), but clearly it's not disconnected with muscle, which remains sexual (but also aesthetic in a way that might not be sexual). Another question is whether a straight man interested in muscle is aroused by muscle on women. The answer in my case is yes, usually, but does that mean I want to have sex with them? Only maybe. There are going to be so many other factors in that decision.
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