volume & definition

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    May 17, 2009 3:39 PM GMT
    some guys neglect volume and some others neglect definition. but i think this is the perfect volume-definition combination

    http://vucutcu.com/galeri/displayimage.php?album=lastup&cat=0&pos=207

    http://vucutcu.com/galeri/displayimage.php?pid=632&fullsize=1

    what do you say?
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    May 17, 2009 5:27 PM GMT
    He is short on both.
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    May 17, 2009 10:19 PM GMT
    57HandyMan saidHe is short on both.
    havent you ever look at the mirror? if he is short on both, what are yours?
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    May 17, 2009 11:59 PM GMT
    normal_05102007729.jpg

    Well, he's not bodybuilder lean, nor bodybuilder big, but, he's nicely muscular, in my view, and looks healthy.

    I didn't take time to analyze it but the picture through the abs looks morphed. We' have to load it into one of our tools here to tell, but, his abs look to big for the rest of him, to me.

    Nothing is worse than a guy 5'10" and 140# claiming muscular. That's clearly not the case with guy. He's nicely muscular, morphed, or not.
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    May 18, 2009 12:11 AM GMT
    A bodybuilder has zero to do with size. A bodybuilder is someone who is serious about and interested in muscle growth. Period. There is no size requirements. We all have to start someplace. To say otherwise is only feeding your paradigm or stereotype, not a definition.

    If your a twig, killing yourself in the gym to gain muscle and size, your a bodybuilder. If he is serious, he will grow big. But it takes time.

    As with my own pics. Any of the ones with a face pic, last summer. 185lbs and 16% bf. The headless pics, from this winter, 15 lbs heavier.200lbs. Now, (need to get some new pics) I am down to 191 and 15% bf. Translation is 6lbs of muscle. Looking to shred this year.

    Does that mean I was not or am not a bodybuilder 4 years ago? How about last summer? And now? I dont think so.
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    May 18, 2009 4:53 PM GMT
    turk said
    57HandyMan saidHe is short on both.
    havent you ever look at the mirror? if he is short on both, what are yours?


    Sorry, but you asked for opinions. Don't get pissed if you don't agree with them. Also, you didn't post my pic you posted this guy. I know where I'm at physique-wise, and how far I need to go, but does that exclude me from critiquing others? Do you think that all judges at bodybuilding contests are former Mr. Olympias? The guy you posted looks good, but since this is a forum specifically for "serious bodybuilders" I was comparing the photos to that standard. Based on what we can see, he's on his way but has a ways to go IMO.
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    May 22, 2009 1:54 PM GMT
    in the picture, i find the perfect volume&definition combination for male body beauty. not for bodybuilding contests. icon_neutral.gif