Male bodybuilder dating
Even if you work out regularly, it's easy to feel flabby backstage at the International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness New York Pro Show.
Everywhere you look, there are professional female bodybuilders with buns of steel and glistening biceps getting spray-tanned a deep Oompa Loompa bronze (it increases muscle definition under the bright stage lights). Some of them are naturally like that, but some of them have issues.
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Committing to a fit and healthy lifestyle isn't easy.
Commitment isn't a virtue that's only good for going to the gym; it also translates into other aspects of life.
This comes from a man's perspective, and relates primarily to lessons learned in the gym and how they can be applied to other aspects of our lives. I remember telling myself as a young man that I always wanted to work harder in the gym than I did at work.
On the contrary, I can think of five reasons women should, in fact, date a guy like me. This work ethic carries through every aspect of our lives. When we commit to working our butts off in the gym, and we're not paid one red cent for it, working hard just becomes an aspect of our personality.
"People say we're gross or that women shouldn't have abs," says Nissan Weaver, 25, a competitor in the glamorous "bikini" category.
"But it's beautiful, and it takes a lot of hard work."Many women spend years lifting double their weight at the gym and weeks cutting out sugar and alcohol, all for the few seconds they'll strut out on stage, strike a pose, and hope for the No. At stake is prize money (,000, in some cases), qualification for the Olympia, the so-called Super Bowl of the sport, and, of course, glory.