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Muscle man. Muscles are great. They help you lift things. You can also flex and take off your clothes. Sometimes people won't run for cover.
Awesome muscles. I hope you are having a good day. But it does not matter now. You are about to have an awesome experience. Please scroll down for muscles.
Another year lifting. It is now 2015 and I am starting to look like a gorilla. I mean look at that arm. But having a strong and powerful body is a good thing.
As I get older, I am not sure I like my appearance as much.
My upper body is large
and not excessively fat,
but it does not have much shape. It is just big.
As time passes, I hope to update this page with pictures of my body. This is partly a picture story. But also I just have no modesty.
Making a change. I used to be in kind of bad shape. But I decided to make a change. That was over five years ago. A lot can happen in five years.
The lifestyle is not easy. You have to get off of the couch and lift heavy things. And then it helps if you eat a lot of eggs. This can be disgusting after a while.
Neck. A strong neck is needed for many sports. I don't play those sports but look at my neck. You can see some of the neck veins (which makes sense).
Lifting weights is hard at first. It takes time for it to become a habit. But then it becomes easier. And you post pictures of yourself not wearing pants on the Internet.
I am a muscle man. I like to flex my muscles and lift heavy things. I hope you enjoy these things too. People laugh at me but I don't mind.Why I Started
I put on a shirt. I like tight shirts. These first shots are recent. Prepare for some older ones where I might be a bit softer—we are moving back in time.Chest
This picture makes me look like a male stripper. I am wearing jeans, with my thumbs in my pockets. Lifting weights is fun. It relieves stress and improves my mood.
The pictures were taken in 2011 through 2014. The camera is not a good one. The pictures are modified in an image editor. But the body proportions are real.
My right arm measures around 16 inches when my body fat is at a normal level. Building muscle is a simple process of lifting, eating and sleeping.Arms
Triceps. This is my right triceps brachii muscle flexed, seen from a behind and rear position. The muscle has a horseshoe shape. It is fun to play with.
Barbell curl. One of the favorite,
and least useful,
exercises. These will help with big arms, but not huge arms. They are an isolation exercise.
Curls can also be done with dumbbells. This is only an 8-pound dumbbell. I can lift heavier weights. But if it is just for a photograph, does it matter?
Back. A bodybuilder in thought—this photo, slightly edited, shows the back of my head, and my triceps muscles. A tank top is a good choice for a strong man.
Pecs. This shows my pectoralis muscles from a different perspective. It is better to refer to a man's chest as his pecs. These are manly breasts.
Strong muscles. This is yet another picture of a muscular upper body. The colors were changed for a different effect. It is lighter than many of the pictures.
Weight gain. This illustrates the need for a strong bodybuilder to gain weight. He must do this to pack on pounds of muscle mass.
Muscle man in thought. Occasionally a muscle man needs to think. Depending on the man this may rarely happen. This picture illustrates a man in thought.
Pecs. This is an odd shot of me holding my chest muscle in my hand. I took it for dramatic effect and blurred the background to use it as an illustration.
Football player arm. Another shot of my right arm—I am at a higher level of body fat here so the arm is larger. It looks like a football player arm.
Stretch marks. A bodybuilder often gets many stretch marks, called striae distensae. These are hard to prevent and impossible to cure.
Muscular legs. An early picture of my quadriceps. It is meant to show the importance of lower-body exercise in building a strong physique.
Big arms. Before I took this picture, I wasn't sure if I should make a page about big arms. But I think the picture settles that concern.
This is my rear end. I have a particularly muscular butt due to having done a lot of heavy squats. I consider my butt and legs to be some of my best features.
Trapezius. A muscular man cannot hide his traps—even if he is in uniform or church, you can see those thick muscles beneath his shirt.
When in public, a man's forearm is noticed even more than his upper arm and biceps area. A thick forearm is hard to ignore. It exudes strength and command.
Strong neck. A man's neck is another notable feature. I am facing the camera. If you want to find a strong man, the neck is one giveaway feature.
Insertion point. In bodybuilding lore, the nearer the insertion point to your elbow, the larger your arm muscles can get. This is true. It is a simple fact of anatomy.
A man's blurry abs—this photo shows my abs very poorly defined. My body fat is higher here than is needed to expose the six-pack abs. I'm not a six-pack expert.
Chest. I turned the contrast up high in this one for an artistic effect. The effect leaves much to be desired. I will likely redo this one.
Flexing. A weird bodybuilding pose I tried—this photo needs some improvements. It depicts a muscular blond man wearing his underwear only and flexing his muscles.
200 pound man. This man weighs 200 pounds and he stands a little less than six feet tall. He has a muscular build. He is often a bit chubby.
Young man. This is a shot of me in my underwear. It illustrates a man's muscles and also how a muscular butt appears in the underwear.
An athlete. This is one of my favorite shots and also a very recent one. I am in good shape, having lost a few inches of fat. The shirt is very tight.
Nice arms. I used this picture as the home page image for some time. It has some blurring done on the background and the contrast was increased.
Muscle man. This is one of my current favorites. My arm is really large in this photo. I am doing my best to look like a real-life superhero.
Triceps. This graphic illustration shows the triceps shape, which can appear as a horseshoe depending on the man's genetics. I like this shot despite its low image quality.
Putting on shirt. I am putting on a button-down shirt in this picture. You can see my muscular arms as I try to button it up. Some image work was done to reduce the wrinkles on the shirt.
Strong legs are undervalued in society. They make life much better. But since I wear pants outside usually, they are a little less noticeable.
Arms are important. You can grab and pull on things with them. This is an older picture of my arms. The arms had less muscle on them back when it was taken.
Pectorals. An older picture of my chest—this shows my head down and a shaved hair cut. It makes me look kind of sad. Maybe my performance in the gym was not good.
Side view. This photo creeps me out. I look like some sort of cow on growth hormones and steroids. I look too muscular in this image. A lot of this is due to the lighting.
Stomach. Another attempt to show six-pack abs—and not a great outcome. It may be that I am too soft to really show an impressive six-pack.
Flexing. This is a side view of me flexing. I like the effect on my hair. Also I am a few pounds heavier in this picture so it is perhaps less impressive.
Having thick pectoralis major muscles is sometimes fun. You can move them around as you flex. If you put your arms together, you can get a different appearance.
A muscular bodybuilder walks into the shower to clean himself after a workout. This is a strange photo but it has a certain appeal to it.
Strength. This picture illustrates strength. Red is the color of strength and force. The colors on this picture were adjusted to make it seem more forceful.
In the shower. This photo shows a muscular male taking care of his body and checking out his physique in the shower of his gym. I have a bit of an arrogant look.
Deltoids. I wanted a picture of my shoulder muscle (deltoids). This picture was not perfect. I might redo it in the future. Pull-ups can help with shoulders.
T-shirt. Another shot of my arms in a loose t-shirt. I was wearing my underwear during this photo. My arms look impressive in the dim light.
These are my calves. I do not target them. This picture illustrates running and walking exercise. Calf muscles are important for walking around.
Psychology. This picture is meant to illustrate exercise addiction. It is a close-up of my pectoralis major muscles. It is tinted red to indicate danger.
I hope you enjoyed these shots of a muscular man.
and that bulging,
manly chest. These make life worth living. Lifting is great.