lol I think the weak at the knees thing is a little exaggerated and most girls I know that like twilight are 15 years old, so when you're that age and you have a crush it's the biggest deal in the world to you.
When a guy is hitting on me at first I don't really even look at his body/muscles
it's more his face, how tall he is and what's he is saying.
I like some muscles on a guy, like toned shoulder are nice but I don't need a fake looking guy with every muscle in his body showing, it looks like they have been airbrushed to me.
I like real guys, some muscles with some fat is just fine
i don't like huge muscles. if you are in shape, cool. but please, please, please, don't look like you can kill me with your fist. I go for a cute face more than a muscley physique. the guy I am dating now is fat. but cute in the face. I don't give a crap if he starts working out and all of a sudden gets buff. I like him for other reasons.
Yeah I like a guy who takes care of their body. I exercise to stay in shape too. But I don't just look at your body. I look at a guys eyes, you can tell a lot from a guys eyes. But honestly truthfully I do go for guys that have hot bodies, and that doesn't mean you have to have a six pack. I don't care for guys with beer bellies,lol. And fyi I HATE the twilight movies, Jacob to me is like a major BLAH! OK all you girls out there can hate for saying that,lol, I don't care.
But yeah I do like a man who cares about his body and health! :)
im a rather muscular guy (I actually have pictures on my account of my chest and back just to be goofy) I have been doing manual labor since I was 14 (started roofing when I was 14 and since then I have been a mechanic, a lumberjack, an assembler at John Deere a mechanic, and now I mount tires for John Deere) doesn't really seem like I get the attention I used to anymore. Now that I am out of high school people aren't just looking for the guy with the hot body, they want something behind it (I still have people chatting with me and dancing with me at the bar) but it seems that not nearly as many girls like me now as they did when I was in high school.