I tend to mostly conceive of athletes when I think of idealistic human figures.
I like a range that I'd all put in the idealistic category. But mostly I think of an athletic figure that isn't too jacked or too lean and really excels in her sport.
You like "bodybuulding" girls? Like jukia vins
She has a bit more mass than what I consider ideal. I usually favor ones that I think developed their muscles primarily from compound motions resisting body weight, like gymnastics, calisthenics, dancing, pole vaulting, pole dancing, swimming, etc.
I think it's because my conception of ideal kind of goes back to survival conditions in nature, like back when we had to swim, climb trees, run fast away from predators, hunt and forage for food, etc. So my conception of the ideal is more like someone who can climb trees easily and swim and sprint super fast over someone who can bench or deadlift the most epic amounts of weight (although I think that is cool too, yet I think that type of body tends to struggle to do many pull-ups or sprint super fast, for example).
I have a similar ideal for the male figure (not homosexual but just from a sort of conception of an ideal pair of human beings in nature). I have mad respect for the strongmen and bodybuilders but my conception of the ideal male figure is like a Tarzan. He can climb extremely well, run super fast, swim like a dolphin... he's light on his feet: muscular but in a balanced way that doesn't make bodyweight motions too difficult.
... something like this might match what I consider an idealistic male figure that can run fast, climb well, I don't know if he's a good swimmer but I suspect he is, etc. Not the biggest muscles but strong, well-rounded, highly athletic:https://youtu.be/YVq5BHtZp00
And similarly for a female equivalent:https://youtu.be/T40vu2N4oJ0
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