rywboy saidI used to be really out of shape, no muscle or anything etc. I asked this guy out, and he said he was not my type being pretty specific. After i got a bit more built and toned. He started to take notice of course covering it up and just patronizing me with my accomplishments and is attempting to date me now. Would you guys go for it?
As humans we tend to socialize with folks that have things in common with us. Fat asses with fat asses, folks from work, basketball players with basketball players and so on. The physical part is just one part of it. We all know that there are other factors, too: musical interests, false belief systems, gender, sports interests, locale, and many others.
If you were interested in the guy before, and now he finds you more appealing, logic dictates that you continue your original interest. I.e. goal achieved. Life is too short for drama, and if you don't want to date him, don't. There are 7 BILLION others folks to pick from.
Let your common sense guide you. Do whatever you want. You don't need pack approval on this.
If there was a fat ass who transitioned into a gorgeous, gregarious, hunk then he did it for a reason...to go after after gorgeous, gregarious, hunks, health, more money in the workplace and so on. Nothing wrong with setting a goal and achieving it.
To deny yourself the fruits of your labor would be kinda' silly, but, "the grass is always greener." Your call on what you do, but, don't be resentful that you're now considered more attractive. That's what you wanted. You've achieved your goal, to some extent, and now have more options. That is what you wanted, right? Unless you enjoy being miserable, you should explore your new found opportunities. All that being said, there's folks who are good looking and pricks, and ugly folks who are nice, of course, but, LOOKS are a very important part of mutual attraction at any of a number of levels.