***disclaimer*** This is NOT a question out of arrogance. I'm not a douchebag. :)
The reason I asked this ? is because I've heard girls say this type of guy puts a lot of focus and attention on being in shape, to a fault.
His eating habits are so restricted that going out to eat, or cooking with him, or anything that involves eating, is a hassle. He doesn't eat like "a normal person".
("Olive Garden? I'm not eating at that starch-factory"
"A burger joint? All that fried food and saturated fat is bad for my abs"
"Why do you always make your food so damn greasy? Don't you care about the work that I put in today?"
"I'm not eating anything @ this movie theater. Over-buttered popcorn, soda and candy are SO bad for you.")
He spends so much time working out and in the gym, that it literally consumes him. All he talks about and discusses is working out, nutrition and his athletic ability.
I know not ALL guys in phenomenal shape are like this, but I'll ask:
When a guy that looks like he's in excellent shape, asks you out, and you start dating him, do these presumptions stick in your head at all?
Both genders may feel free to chime in. No flaming, please. :)
I definitely am mobile, athletic and energetic for my size, but I'm not near "phenomenal shape" lol.
Continue on with the discussion, please. :)
Thanks for clicking and responding. :)
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One of my friends told me one of her guy friends who is in absolutely amazing shape thought I was cute and when asked if I would ever go out with him I told her no. First of all he was just a little too much for me, moving around too much, talking too much, and he just seemed to be an endless source of completely useless information. And he was taking the fitness thing to a whole other level, he only drank water and was constantly talking about staying hydrated and then told me all the reasons soda was bad for me and why I should only drink water. And every time I saw him the only thing he could talk about was working out and iron man competitions and mountain climbing and biking. I asked my friend if she wanted to go to a Phillies game with me and some other friend and this guy proceeds to tell me that the Phillies and anyone else who plays professional sports (no matter what that sport was) aren't really athletes because they couldn't compete in an iron man competition or a triathlon.
I know most guys who are in shape aren't like this and most guys I know who are in shape aren't like this at all. I'm attracted to guys who are muscular and in shape and take care of themselves but when it's gone past something you do to stay healthy and in shape and turns into an obsession I can't deal with it.3