I'm an attractive guy (girls have told me so), and I already have an active social life. I've had gfs since high school, and I don't feel like I'm at a disadvantage when it comes to dating. But I also don't feel like I'm in the top slot, like I'm not the type of guy that girls compete over. I know that some girls are out of my league because I don't have the muscular body that so many girls want on a guy.
I just started working out seriously three months ago, and I can see that it's going to required a serious long-term commitment for me to achieve the body I want. There are a lot of other things to do in life, so I'm wondering whether getting muscular will be worth the time and effort. In other words, will my attractiveness go up enough to make it worth all of that?
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For me, I would say definitely yes! I find muscular guys to be sooo attractive. It's not just about the looks, it's about him having the balls and will to train hard and all the strength that all that muscle gives him. I'm a small girl, and a big, muscular guy is my dream.
I know guys just like you who are good-looking a successful with girls but who aren't exactly sought after. Most of them are thinner and just don't have that physical presence that most muscular guys have. They just look more like boys than men. And yes, I think all of these guys would benefit from weight training. I know one guy who's gorgeous and funny but is really skinny, and his body holds him back in dating. He's been with girls, but if he were muscular, he could have any girl on campus.
So yes, I think you should go for it. It's a lot of time and effort, but it's worth it. Girls notice, trust me. We notice and we're just as picky about bodies as guys. You're competing with all guys for the best girls, so it never hurts to have a body that stands out. Good luck!1