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    6' 3.5", 270 lbs (192 cm, 123 kg), 19" arms, 49" chest, 28" quads, 18" calves, 18.5" neck.
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  • What are your dream stats?
    Realistic medium-term goal: 280 lbs lean, 20"+ arms, 53" chest
    Maybe still realistic (who knows what the future holds?)
    longer-term goal: >300 lbs, 22" arms, 30" quads, etc.
    Fantasy dream stats: Much, much bigger.

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  1. Muscular Sportsmen who are NOT bodybuilders

    ... and just to give you a better idea of the size of Terry Hollands:
  2. Muscular Sportsmen who are NOT bodybuilders

    These strongman guys are huge. Terry Hollands is 6'6" and, at his strongman competition size, weighed 400 lbs. In this picture, he is leaned down to a "mere" 340 lbs.
  3. Muscular Sportsmen who are NOT bodybuilders

    Others have probably posted about him before, but one guy who pops to mind is American football player Clay Matthews (linebacker, Green Bay Packers). He's 6'3", 255 pounds, and loves to show off his biceps on and off the field.
  4. Academic Article - University of Sussex

    Around twenty years ago, physicist Alan Sokal wrote an article entitled "Transgressing the Boundaries: Toward a Transformative Hermeneutics of Quantum Gravity." The title, and article itself, were intentionally total gibberish, full of meaningless jargon that looks impressive but means nothing. But he successfully got it published in the journal Social Text, passing the journal's peer review and editorial screening process. The hoax was intended to expose the shoddy standards of social science journals. The article became known informally as "Transformative Hermeneutics of Total Bullshit." (Look up "Sokal hoax" to learn more) This abstract reads a lot like Sokal's hoax article. As soon as I started reading, first thing that popped into my mind was "transformative hermeneutics." Sorry, but I get irritated at all these people who feel the need to psychoanalyze bodybuilding. Why don't we ever see similar treatments of, say, marathon running or rock climbing, which, to my mind, are far more bizarre pursuits?
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  6. Trump ruining muscle for me

    I saw this clip on TV the other day, and was kind of torn between wanting to immediately flip the channel and wanting to wind back the DVR and watch it again and again. I mean here's a guy spewing really offensive hate for the cameras, but damn, look at him towering over everyone else and flexing those impressive muscles. Lots of cognitive dissonance here. Interesting note. Despite the apparent widespread disdain for bodybuilding and muscularity these days, muscle gets attention. Like I said, I just saw this flash briefly on TV, but all I had to do was google "muscular Trump supporter" and pages of hits popped up. He's got a following now. WARNING: Some people may find this video offensive. Or hot. Or both.
  7. Muscle in Music

    One of the best along these lines is an oldie: Big Bad John by Jimmy Dean (1961). My dad played old country music like Jimmy Dean all the time while I was growing up, and I heard this song many times as a kid. Definitely had a formative influence on my mindset. Every mornin' at the mine you could see him arrive He stood six-foot-six and weighed two-forty-five Kinda broad at the shoulder and narrow at the hip And everybody knew ya didn't give no lip to big John Nobody seemed to know where John called home He just drifted into town and stayed all alone He didn't say much, kinda quiet and shy And if you spoke at all, you just said hi to Big John Somebody said he came from New Orleans Where he got in a fight over a Cajun Queen And a crashin' blow from a huge right hand Sent a Louisiana fellow to the promised land, big John Then came the day at the bottom of the mine When a timber cracked and men started cryin' Miners were prayin' and hearts beat fast And everybody thought that they'd breathed their last, 'cept John Through the dust and the smoke of this man-made hell Walked a giant of a man that the miners knew well Grabbed a saggin' timber, gave out with a groan And like a giant oak tree he just stood there alone, big John And with all of his strength he gave a mighty shove Then a miner yelled out "there's a light up above!" And twenty men scrambled from a would-be grave Now there's only one left down there to save, big John With jacks and timbers they started back down Then came that rumble way down in the ground And then smoke and gas belched out of that mine Everybody knew it was the end of the line for big John Now, they never reopened that worthless pit They just placed a marble stand in front of it These few words are written on that stand: "At the bottom of this mine lies a big, big man. Big John"
  8. Deep voice sexiness

    He's got a lot more going for him than just his voice. I mean wow:
  9. Brawny, strapping, massive, rugged, burly, virile, powerfully built, towering, broad, muscular, powerful, beefy, thick, solid, strong, rock-hard, steely, bulging, rippling, formidable, imposing, intimidating, enormous, colossal All those things, all at once, and preferably growing ever more so.
  10. Sup Bro , MASSMANN here , you can find me on yahoo messenger as massmuscle1, I'm lookinn for huge muscle growth RP both text & voice !  I love BB contest scenes 2 big guys being arrogant & cocky with each other ,.. Flexing and wrestling getting in each other's face with proving who's the champ as they FLEXXX they start to grow bigger & BIGGER !!! 

    I work out and have competed in BB contests , got 2nd in masters 

  11. Which man do you prefer?

    From the article: "... many countries chose to create an extremely muscular man, with Egypt, the US and South Africa having incredibly defined six-packs, arms and legs." I'm amazed that anyone would consider any of those bodies "extremely muscular" or "incredibly defined." At best, I would rate the three mentioned – Egypt, USA, and South Africa – as "starting to show some progress."
  12. Muscle growth spurt probabilities

    What he's referring to are concepts like this: The air in the room you're sitting in consists of billions and billions of molecules bouncing around randomly, ricocheting off the walls and off each other. What we experience as air pressure is just the impacts of all those molecules bouncing off your body. So, there is a chance, through some freak combination of bounces, that all the molecules in the room could end up heading the same direction and rush out the door, leaving you in a vacuum. Since there are something like 10^26 molecules in a typical room, the chances of this happening are very, very small (one chance in 10^50 maybe?). But not zero. Now, your chances of winning every lottery on every planet in the universe (aliens have lotteries too, trust me), every day of your life, are better than the chances of a room suddenly evacuating itself, but technically, the probability of it happening is not zero. So, what are the chances of a freak muscle growth spurt actually happening? Well, there are seven billion people on the planet, and nobody I know of has reported the sort of thing that appears in our fantasy stories, so that gives you some idea. But I can see ways it could happen. Biology is a weird thing, and weird things can and do happen to human bodies. I recently learned of something called heterotopic ossification, basically bone growing where it doesn't belong. It happens in response to certain injuries, where the bone-healing trigger hormones somehow get loose in the body and bone starts growing in weird places, like in muscle tissue or organ tissue far from the injury site. So what if someone had some weird hormone freak-out that affected muscle growth? Some combination of myostatin inhibitors and testosterone and growth hormone all being released at once because of some injury or mutation or tumor or something like that? (Or maybe in response to a serious case of over-training, a killer workout that left you almost crippled, but then .... How's that for a story premise?) A guy could suddenly start growing muscle at a rate no steroid could ever match. It could happen.
  13. Incredible Hulk

    Some of my fondest memories from when The Incredible Hulk was on the air were of Lou's talk show appearances. It seemed the host always would have to talk him into taking his shirt off. It was always amazing to see how huge he was compared to "regular" people. Like in this example: I remember my mom saying something like "ugh, he really is a hulk, isn't he?" while I was thinking "Damn! I want to be like that!" Lou's 63 now, but he still looks fantastic. Here he is doing the ice bucket challenge:
  14. Incredible Hulk

    I've always hated the green skin. It kind of ruins the suspension of disbelief for me. (I.e., Growing freakishly huge and muscular in a few seconds: totally plausible! But turning green? WTF? That could never happen!. ) The funny thing about the Hulk's green skin is that it was all a mistake. I read someplace that when the comic book character was first introduced, the artist's intent was to have his skin be just a slightly off-normal grayish color. But something went wrong with the printing in the first edition and he came out green, so after that they just went with it. Too bad. Wish they'd fixed it way back then. As for the ugly, that's another pet peeve of mine. Why is it that, whenever they've got a gigantic fantasy character – the Hulk, a giant, etc – Hollywood has to make him ugly? I guess it's something like "Huge=scary, ugly=scary, so huge and ugly is even scarier so that's good." The only non-ugly giants I can think of in the movies are Gulliver (from the Lilliputians' viewpoint), and Lou Ferrigno as Hercules when a goddess briefly turns him into a giant so he can open up the Strait of Gibraltar, a.k.a. the Pillars of Hercules (Awesome scene, btw. Short, but it's my favorite part of that movie. It's hard to beat a 1000-foot tall Lou. )
  15. I think you're already over the biggest hump now that you've come out to him. If he knows you're gay and he's okay with it, just relax and continue being friends. Now that he knows, he's probably already wondering, just out of curiosity and his own ego, if you find him attractive. I'd recommend continuing on with your friendship as you always have, and pretty much stay away from the subject unless he asks about it. Don't spill your guts to him about this anguish you're going through being attracted to him but not being able to have him. That would definitely make him uncomfortable and probably screw things up in your friendship. But if, by chance, he does catch you staring at his biceps, just admit it and explain. Say something like "You're straight; you stare at women's boobs. I'm gay; I stare at men's muscles. You've got really nice ones, by the way. Sorry, sometimes can't help myself. You know how it is." If you play it right, you can pay him a compliment without seeming like you're coming on to him. I don't know his personality, but if you're lucky, he'll just be flattered and maybe even play with you a bit by flexing for you. Or, if it bugs him, that'll become clear soon enough, and you'll have to take pains to behave yourself. This is just one of many, many forbidden attractions, and we all have to deal with them. Think of all the situations that arise for straight guys: Man attracted to a married woman. Man attracted to his female employee, or to his female boss, or his student, or to any woman far too young for him, or to a female friend he knows doesn't feel that way about him, etc., etc. You pretty much just have to feel the attraction, accept that it can't go beyond that, and leave it at that. If it's the right kind of friendship, you might be able to acknowledge it and be playful about it, but that's not always possible. But if something happens where the subject can't be avoided, the important thing is that he understands you know the boundaries and that you have no intention of crossing them.