I have my own theory but ever since leaving high school, there have been a couple of people that I remained friends with.
They were a variety of different body types, most were average bodied. One was really skinny, about my height (6ft) and about 150lbs. He never had a girlfriend, he was fun to be around, a humble guy and not bad people.
They've worked at quite a bit since, taking protein and building muscle. They now reguarly go out clubbing and I've been out with them a few times. They're totally different than what I used to know. Definitely more full of themselves, they over expose their body. Flirt by telling girls to feel their muscles or lick them and sleep with around 2 girls or more a week and ditch them.
They've basically turned into complete douche bags, the thing is I'm more muscular in terms of definition. I just don't go the gym and I never even take my top of or let random girls touch me.
The girls definitely girve them attention through being douche bags they love them now whereas prior to going the gym, they were so different.
Does anyone have experiences like this? why do some people struggle so hard to be humble
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It's not just muscles, it's power in general.
Power has a way of testing and revealing a person's true integrity.
What happens when the average guy gets rich? He often spends it on cars and women and money. He forfeits his integrity and soul for coin.
Same thing when a guy gets a chiseled body, he begins to use it to his advantage. Same thing with a woman with good looks.
There are very few people who's integrity remains intact when given power, in whatever form it may be.2