I do NOT care about "strength"

I simply want to have big muscles that look good. Like pic related (no homo).
I do not care how many lbs I can lift. Numbers are for nerds.
What do I need to do to achieve this?

  1. 4 weeks ago

    Starve yourself until you look like that.

  2. 4 weeks ago

    Pic related doesnt have a good physique he looks like a teenage prettyboy
    This is more ideal

    • 4 weeks ago

      He fried his kidneys with that physique

      • 4 weeks ago

        How to not fry kidneys?
        I drink 100g of protein (whey powder) after gym 6 days a week

    • 4 weeks ago

      >steroid figure is ideal
      It's not even natural. OP is the perfect combination of natty, muscle, size, and leanness. Anything else is cope

  3. 4 weeks ago

    Eat in a calorie deficit and lift heavy

  4. 4 weeks ago

    >big muscles
    >like pic related
    Pick one

  5. 4 weeks ago

    starve yourself and then start lifting, if you want abs too do this list:
    >Hanging leg/knee raises
    >Incline sit-ups
    >Ab wheels
    >Dragon flags

  6. 4 weeks ago

    Weighted calisthenics (dips, pullups, leg raises) and cut down to 10-12%.

    >me at ~15-16% peak winter bulk

  7. 4 weeks ago

    I'll give you the basics:

    1. Keep tabs on your diet. Start at 2500 calories per day. Lower by 200 if you are not losing, gaining or losing less than 2lbs every seven days. Increase by 200 if you are losing more than 4lbs per week. Maintain calories, and see if increasing helps anything, when you reach your weight goal. That pic'll be about 140-150lbs at 5'11.
    2. Walk as much as you can. 2 hours per day is a good starting point. This will keep you lean with little effort.
    3. Weights (simplified): Do Dr Ken Leistner's Sensible Training program 1-2 times per week. This is a no-nonsense routine for 'everyday fitness'. Will take 30 mintes each session and the key is to push as much as you can. Do it for 6 weeks then take 2 weeks completely off lifting.
    4. You'll need to do a sport. The body in OP is 'athletic' this doesn't come through weightlifting. Anything will do. Keep it fun and casual and a few times per week.
    5. You're probably too old to ever actually look like that. That youthful glow goes very quickly in most. Thyroid hormone and low dose Deca (for it's progesterone increasing effects: it's why all the 70s BBs in 'Pumping Iron' have such great hair and skin) will help. Stuff like testosterone, trenbolone age one disasterously due to these drugs being primarily androgenic.
    6. Basic nutrition:Try to drink a ltr of skimmed milk daily (for the 1g calcium), 1ltr of orange juice (vitamin c) daily, 1 egg (fat soluble vitamins) daily. Weekly: liver (vitamin A), shellfish (selenium), mushrooms (D and gut cleansing effect), stews and stocks and gelatinous meat (collagen and other). Many of these are youth promoting.
    7. Don't use PUFA containing skin products. Rat studies reveal they age the skin. Use sat fat products instead.

  8. 4 weeks ago

    This prettyboy is probably quite a bit stronger than the average untrained person. I don't get this idea that just because someone is really lean they must be a weakling. Not saying he squats 400lbs but he's probably stronger than most random guys under 200lbs.

    • 4 weeks ago

      >I don't get this idea that just because someone is really lean they must be a weakling.
      Because people here have unironic autism and can only view the world in easily digestable black and white categories. To them you're either a fat powerlifter or you're piss weak, and the idea of both looking good and being strong (which is exactly what most normal people have in mind when we talk about being "in shape") is completely off the table.

  9. 4 weeks ago

    I always thought this separation was retarded.
    If you're strong you will have big muscles, simple.
    You get stronger first, then the muscle. But that doesnt mean you can isolate any of the two.

  10. 4 weeks ago

    if you want that twinkish look progest-e works. It also lowers cortisol drasticly which aids in fat loss.

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