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@dc7, could you give us some insight on how much of a difference it makes when cold approaching being fit (like podlas) and being buffed (like you)? Like how many girls (not an exact number obviously) do you think fucked you just because you're buffed? Did you see a dramatic increase in the quality and hotness of women you fuck? etc.
Jake da Dawg wrote: @dc7, could you give us some insight on how much of a difference it makes when cold approaching being fit (like podlas) and being buffed (like you)? Like how many girls (not an exact number obviously) do you think fucked you just because you're buffed? Did you see a dramatic increase in the quality and hotness of women you fuck? etc.
That's impossible for me to figure out exactly how dramatic, but it makes a difference.
One thing you have to understand is that a big part of it isn't necessarily just looking a certain way, a lot of the result comes from the confidence you get when you look that certain way.
Having an elite physique in unison with social freedom, sense of entitlement, etc. that helps a significant amount, arguably just as much as actually being muscular does in itself. And much of that sense of entitlement may be driven from the fact that you truly believe you outclass most of the competition (other men) out there due to the physique you have achieved.
Before I even worked out, I was insecure about being skinny and small, which translated into my behaviour with attractive women. I was extremely timid and didn't feel I deserved them or was on their level. Now, frankly most of those girls who I thought were out of my league I feel are far below my league now. Which is reflected in my attitude. Don't misconstrue that as a cold attitude or anything like that, by attitude I literally just mean you truly think you're a man of high value and eventually after enough experience and justification through your results, it will become embedded in your mind and you will know it for a fact. Is it the muscle getting the chicks, or a combo of muscle with the confidence. It's 100% the combination.
I've been jacked and still been blown out of the water by hot chicks in the past simply because my confidence level hadn't risen to where it needed to be to handle top caliber women. That is achieved through experience, not through more muscle.
Muscle will get you through the screening process more often as you are more attractive (especially in online dating), but once you are literally on a date, you need to show up or you will get blown out regardless of how much muscle you have.
Long story short:
Yes it makes a difference.
You won't get any results though if the other aspects of your dating life aren't on point (social freedom mostly, but style as well).
dc7, that really helps. Thanks.
I have extreme confidence with "cute" girls, but do not even REMOTELY feel like I deserve hot girls. Especially not gym bunnies and fitness girls.
That's changing slowly over time as I get bigger and stronger.
Your post tells me it'll pay off in the end, eventually.
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I fixed my diet by getting it closer to macros I have posted (I eat 4 eggs, 250g of bread, 300g of rice, 300g of meat, 50g of peanut butter and 30g of whey) and have been doing starting strength for a week.
My numbers started going up (on deadlift extremaly fast - I almost think now it was more of a mental problem for me). As long as I don't hit horrible plateau I will keep doing it.
I will wait with considering steroids a few months. Maybe on the spring I'll post before and afters and I will decide what next.
The only thing that worries me is the fact that at my gym there is few guys, who do extremely heavy powerlifting stuff (they pack more plates for deadlifts than they are in the gym) yet their arms for example look much thinner than mine (I did dedicated arms day for more than a year). Should I incorporate some arms work into program, or just stick religiously to doing compounds? I know at later stage starting strength recommends chin ups, but will it be enough? I am worried that in 5 months I will have massive legs and tiny upper body.
Or to put things differently - I think we found a solution for my embarassing numbers, but I am not sure we answered my title question. Should I at this point of my life even consider steroids, or I can still get SIGNIFICANTLY bigger with the fixes you guys recommended?
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