Male Implants

  • metta

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    Mar 12, 2009 7:26 AM GMT

    When women get breast implants, people often say that you can tell by the way they move, look, and when they lay on their backs, they stay perky. Over recent years, I have read that male implants have become more and more popular and it would not surprise me if there are people on RJ that have had some stuff done as well.

    Are there ways you can tell if they are real muscles or implants? What are the signs? Do they feel different, move different, look different?

    Curious
  • metta

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    Mar 12, 2009 7:48 AM GMT


    - butt
    - calf
    - pecs (chest)
    - bicep
    - tricep

    I found a photo gallery for the pecs. To me, most of them look like if they just worked out a little more, that they could get there naturally.

    http://www.ienhance.com/gallery/list.asp?ProcID=33&BodyID=2&specialtyID=1
  • metta

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    Mar 12, 2009 7:58 AM GMT
    (***hmmm....curious to see if this is a taboo topic***)


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    Mar 12, 2009 8:09 AM GMT
    I think it's harder to detect pec implants since they are inserted under the pec muscles. I guess you'd have to look at the guy's overall physique. If he's got sculpted/full pecs and the rest of his body doesn't look tight, then there's a hint. Or you can look for the incision under the arm pits.

    Calf implants are a little easier to spot. If the calf muscle looks flexed when it is relaxed, then it's likely an implant. Also you can look behind the knee for the incision scar.

    There was an MTV True Life episode about this. Some guy in his mid 20's got calf implants. The cost, pain, recovery, and results seemed like a waste of money, particularly on this guy. He wasn't very muscular. He had more of lean/defined body. And the size/shape of the implants he got were very subtle. You'd really have to look up close to notice the "definition" of his calves. Yeah, total waste of money. But he seemed happy with the results.
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    Mar 12, 2009 9:25 AM GMT
    metta8 said
    When women get breast implants, people often say that you can tell by the way they move, look, and when they lay on their backs, they stay perky. Over recent years, I have read that male implants have become more and more popular and it would not surprise me if there are people on RJ that have had some stuff done as well.

    Are there ways you can tell if they are real muscles or implants? What are the signs? Do they feel different, move different, look different?

    Curious


    We have many double standards. Women can get implants and take estrogen from a young age, but, if a man does either, it's nearly criminal, or, in the latter case is criminal, outside of whoever happens to be the keeper of the numbers on a particular day.

    Nothing about it makes sense, of course. Do what makes you happy, if it's within reason and your budget.

    A guy, through testosterone (what makes a guy a guy), has the ability to get bigger, unlike a woman, who does not. Generally, a guy who works out and EATS can get big, without a lot of grief.

    Whatever the case, it seems cosmetics are more accepted for use by females as males. Certainly, appearance, with all our visual media these days, has become a bigger thing with guys.

    I'm always amazed how some fat, out-of-shape guy, drinking a beer, smoking a cigarette, watching tv, eating a pizza, can condemn an athlete for wanting to enhance his recovery and to feel good. It makes absolutely no sense.
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    Mar 12, 2009 9:40 AM GMT
    I knew someone that had pec implants .. they looked fake .. I could tell they looked artificially inflated. I don't think it is really hard at all to naturally build pecs as big as those implants. But in any case I would rather be smaller and toned than have that plastic or whatever in me.
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    Mar 12, 2009 10:15 AM GMT
    I could use a whole body implant .. lol ..

    Not really... Working out: the sweat, the pain, the results, the feeling of getting stronger.. it's all worth it ..
  • rnch

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    Mar 12, 2009 10:58 AM GMT
    due to lower back issues that prevent me from squatting and lousy doner DNA; i have often thought about glute implants to augment my "mass challenged" cheeks.

    pecs, bis, quads, calves i have "pumped up" in the weight room...no inplants wanted/needed in these areas.
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    Mar 12, 2009 11:46 AM GMT
    Just looking at that "gallery" some of those augmentations don't look natural some don't quite look suitable either.

    I think it's possible to work with your own anatomy to look good and not have to worry about having something stitched under your muscles but of course it's going to take effort.

    What happens down the track if the body adjusts to the implant and you end up with either how you looked before cause the overlaid muscle reduces in size or the body changes and the implant is not longer suitable?

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    Mar 12, 2009 11:48 AM GMT
    rnch saiddue to lower back issues that prevent me from squatting and lousy doner DNA; i have often thought about glute implants to augment my "mass challenged" cheeks.


    Due to some interesting doner DNA mine always feel over-emphasized and it bugs me when guys pay more attention to my arse than me!

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    Mar 12, 2009 11:50 AM GMT
    GHoSTic saidWorking out: the sweat, the pain, the results, the feeling of getting stronger.. it's all worth it ..


    Damn right it is! icon_smile.gif But I'll admit I'm always thinking of trying juice knowing full and well it's a shortcut...

    Oh well, I'm going to enjoy the sweat, pain and the pump as well as the results!
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    Mar 12, 2009 12:07 PM GMT
    I'm inclined to agree with the OP.... same results could have been achieved without the use of a scalpel.
  • rnch

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    Mar 12, 2009 12:10 PM GMT
    ...Due to some interesting doner DNA mine always feel over-emphasized and it bugs me when guys pay more attention to my arse than me!

    Be grateful people talk to your face and not your arse! icon_smile.gif
    [/quote] you understand that i have NO sympathy for your "condition:... icon_lol.gif
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    Mar 12, 2009 12:14 PM GMT
    Oh hell ill take a pec implant for sure!!!!!!

    nyce!!!!!!

    I don't know anyone who has had any work done.
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    Mar 12, 2009 12:17 PM GMT
    On the pec gallery, all of the examples specify "Male" except this one:

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    (....well this and the one described as "liposuction w/ fat transfer to the chest" (wtf?))

    Inadvertent omission or did this poor guy get the meat balloon special?

  • starfoxNYC

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    Mar 12, 2009 12:52 PM GMT
    I was at a bar, talking to a recent acquaintance of mine and ended up grazing his chest with my hand. Immediately taken aback by how rock hard it was I continued to talk touch his chest commenting on how impressed I was. Of course he enjoyed it. Later in the night, I was telling a mutual friend who then replies: "It's because they're fake dumbass." I was mortified. I heard about pec implants before but didn't realize people actually got them! Now this guy is n my house on fire island, I'll have to do some reconnaissance to figure out the fake vs real... should be fun :-D

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    Mar 12, 2009 1:20 PM GMT
    I don't think they are really worth it unless you are one that really just CANNOT gain weight and cannot attain any size from being fit and working out and really targeting the place you want the most size and improvement.


    The grass isn't always greener....

    would be nice to have a big ass chest though.

    Maybe your friends chest was flexed as u were touching it, then if it's worked out, it IS very hard.

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    Mar 12, 2009 1:28 PM GMT
    I'd be interested in any one that would fess-up to it? If I had done I think I would...

    It does seem that "suddenly" a lot of me have great shaped chest with that defined cleveage line and I'm asking how do so many have the "brest plate" chest look (like the amour of a Roman Solider) that I'd kill to have...
    and then I wonder, implants maybe?
    There are def some sexy chest on this site alone!
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    Mar 12, 2009 1:52 PM GMT
    I think we lose sight as well.....that some and I repeat, some- have the genetic aptitude for a larger build on their torso.

    On the flip side, I do think some people piss and moan (like myself lol) about wanting size in their chest but may not make it their main focus and concentration whereas it needs to be if that's the one thing you really want to improve on, in my opinion.

    Being someone that doesn't have the disposition for a big built body I can understand some folks being run down and plain ol pissed off about the fact that they cannot make the size come when it comes to their chest (of course there are many things that promote chest size) and feel like in their own mind, they would feel better if they went to get implants.

    I joke about wishing and paying for a chest but I never would, I'm too scared of all of that. Dreaming about it is nice though.

    Now a penis implant, sign me the fuck up :smirk:
  • rnch

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    Mar 12, 2009 2:10 PM GMT
    KnowName saidI think we lose sight as well.....that some and I repeat, some- have the genetic aptitude for a larger build on their torso.

    On the flip side, I do think some people piss and moan (like myself lol) about wanting size in their chest but may not make it their main focus and concentration whereas it needs to be if that's the one thing you really want to improve on, in my opinion.

    Being someone that doesn't have the disposition for a big built body I can understand some folks being run down and plain ol pissed off about the fact that they cannot make the size come when it comes to their chest (of course there are many things that promote chest size) and feel like in their own mind, they would feel better if they went to get implants.

    I joke about wishing and paying for a chest but I never would, I'm too scared of all of that. Dreaming about it is nice though.

    Now a penis implant, sign me the fuck up :smirk:
    ah yes, the grass is always greener on the other side! i'd love to have your naturally low body fat levels....... icon_mad.gif
  • Timbales

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    Mar 12, 2009 2:20 PM GMT
    I don't need calf implants or pec implants. An ass would be nice, though.
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    Mar 12, 2009 2:20 PM GMT
    LMFAO......

    My family, seemingly, has the tendency to be a bit puffy and thick looking if you ask me. When I started getting more mature and caring about my body when I danced, I had such a fear of gaining weight- which really changed my eating habits, so.....I do think that I've kept the weight under hand because I don't really have the "skinny genes"

    I also, don't look thin in person so I've been told (sobs like a little bitch)
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    Mar 12, 2009 2:21 PM GMT
    ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh Timberoo, I'M WITH YOU THERE, that would be great to have as well!!!!!

    Look, now we just look like a bunch of complainers. lol Or I do anyhow!
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    Mar 12, 2009 5:25 PM GMT
    Fuck butt implants. I prefer to press myself up against the real thing.
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    Mar 12, 2009 5:34 PM GMT
    Personally, I don't find the concept of implants attractive. It's not impressive, it's not able to be flexed, and it's not real. Muscles are attractive for many reasons. Sure, I'd like mine to be bigger, but it's going to happen through hard work, not money and foreign material in my body.

    However....
    I can't tell when looking, and I've never thought about that until now. Perhaps I've admired fake pecs! Oh no!