Why wouldn't a guy workout 3-5 days a week?

Not_Average
Maybe I'm out of touch with reality, but going to the gym, and eating right is a staple in my life. It must be done. I've been chubby and fat, and I've been jacked and healthy. It offers so many tremendous benefits to young man. Higher testosterone, higher internal and external confidence, more energy, more options with dating, and more respect/admiration in social situations. I see a lot of younger men on here who are depressed and insecure. If they just put a year into the gym with good eating habits, they could set the trajectory of their life in a positive direction. It's not rocket science. It's really only consistency.

Becoming stacked or ripped really isn't that hard as a young man. All you have do is lift heavy with your core movements like bench press, shoulder press, deadlifts, and squats. Then you eat a lot of food and intake excess protein. There are so many fad diets and tricks out there, but consistently doing this for years will achieve results that you didn't even think were possible.

So I'm curious to understand the psychology as to why. Why do people not take the avenue of success in their life when they are at rock bottom? Is it as simple as not having the self worth to take care of yourself? Not having the drive? Can you elaborate? Often times the solution is so simply, but something takes places in our brain that just stops us. What do you think that is?
Why wouldn't a guy workout 3-5 days a week?
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