Of Pecs, 24 Hour Fitness and Gym Attire: Tales from the natural iron pit

Muscles, grown home on the range. (photo copyright: www.brianwhitacre.net)

Muscles, home-grown on the range. (photo copyright: http://www.brianwhitacre.net)

You can no more fabricate natural, lean mass than you pass it off as natural as  in those infamous Foster Farms chicken commercials.

You can no more hide serious muscles than you can hide beauty that is more than skin-deep.  The reason is simple: Muscles that are home grown on the range have a way of showing up in the Roman set of the jaw and veins and sinews of the neck and face like the resolute tip of  an iceberg that hints at  massivity beneath the waterline.

Some wise soul needs to tell this to the gym rats and pubescent muscle-heads who preen in “thongy” tank tops at 24 Hour Fitness, while all but kissing mirrors and playing with their be-hinds in that chintzy emporium of Do It Yourself fitness. Did I say Chintzy emporium of do it yourself fitness. I guess I did 🙂

I, for one, am sick and tired of the roid-fueled exhibitionism  by poseurs who are destined to be as fat as they are buff when their roid-fueled enthusiasm flags and their bodies begin to shrink along with their nutsacks ….. because that is what meat-juice does when the pump dissipates.

With mimimal variations, gym clothes need to be worn like office attire. Less is more; with the “less” applying as much to skin, as the need to pose in front of mirrors.

I like my tees fat and baggy, especially in the arms for reasons already mentioned. The same applies to my pants for reasons that obviously cannot be discussed in polite company  🙂

Goodnight & happy pumpin’.


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