When I was younger I used to be into this sort of look:
I especially liked it when my shoulders started making my head look smaller.
But nowadays, after working at an Amazon warehouse, I realize that body isn't practical or sustainable for a working joe.
Nowadays I'm much more impressed by this sort of body (on the right):
Because it's all in proportion (which is easy to mess up if you don't know what you're doing, so I know he knows what he's doing) and it's a lot more sustainable because there is less muscle mass in favor of proportionality. It's also a lot more practical to maintain, and it can be achieved through a combination of bodyweight exercises and heavy weights.
So yeah, I guess that's just my more mature outlook on male fitness nowadays.
I'm not actually sure the bigger guy really even looks more aesthetic than the smaller proportional guy really. Either that or I'm just getting old. 🤷🏻♂️😂