i seen a question that was answered by 25 women so far that they prefer toned over bulky. I been going to the gym and went from an average of 145pounds to now 160pounds. I wanna get at least 175, as long as it is a proportioned look. in my pic I'm at 160, its recent. what is your take on my physic?
my one girlfriend says not to go bigger, but my other girlfriends say they can def see me getting bigger. I would like some input from outside sources too.
I think you look good in your pic, personally I don't like guys that are too big on top and too obsessive about working out. That look that over here we say looks like a british bulldog (google it if curious) but where you neck disappears into your over bulking shoulders that to me is really ugly.
i personally prefer bulk because I feel safer around a guy who obviously has the ability to protect me if the need ever arose. However toned is more in fashion and its easier to buy a suit if ur a toned guy than a skinny or bulky one. Also if your not very tall (5ft 9 and under) the bulky look can make you look very stumpy and if your very tall the toned look can easily look a little flimsy.
I've never appreciated a guy who was obsessed with an ideal look they wanted to achieve. I believe in a healthy lifestyle, charm and confidence. I like a man who cares more about his opinion about himself rather than searching for approval from others. If he's at the gym all the time perfecting his physique when do we have time for each other?
You look really damn good just like that. You should just stay that way.
i find skinny/toned = sexy
bulky gets in the way. . .
i don't like too many muscles. number one rule = never date a guy whose chest is bigger than mine. haha
i do like guys with strong arms and thick necks, just strong looking. but that`s more genetic, I guess. some guys can spend the whole day in the gym and they won't get like that. it`s a matter of bone structure.
The most important thing is personality and charm. A guy can have a ton of muscles but just still not look attractive.