62 thoughts on “Theres no point in being?

  1. Anonymous says:

    dealing with injury, haven’t run in 3 months since a half mara. presenting some interesting fa options as my body gets "cozier"

  2. Anonymous says:

    Why do npcs feel the need to post this thread every day?
    At the end of the day this is completely off topic this has nothing to do with fashion whatsoever. A picture of an average guy in shorts (yet again) is off topic

  3. Anonymous says:

    I am fit/fa hybrid. Thou I stopped working out so much due to life and now lift 2 days per week, upper body only, bike in summer, some cardio and sports. I’m always on my diet tho (basically high protein, low carb, calorie aware)

    I always worked with a split, mostly push pull. My lifts are completely unimpressive.

    • Anonymous says:

      Based. Once you achieve /fit/ it’s easy to maintain. My lifts are also unremarkable but they’re enough to keep me trim, that’s all that matters unless you’re a powershitter (fatty coper)

    • Anonymous says:

      what do you do to get your obliques to tapper like that? I’ve been trying to target them with twist crunches but it doesn’t seem to have much of an effect.

      took this during my first real cut. honestly i think i hate bulking more than cutting

      https://i.imgur.com/eijDjNb.jpg

      oops forgot file

      What weight and height are you? How long did it take you to bulk?
      I’ve been having trouble putting on weight and have been stuck at 165 for a while now.

    • Anonymous says:

      depends on your height and frame, but I think generally above 6ft starts distracting from your /fashion/ness and makes people focus on your /fit/ness.
      The ultimate /fashion/body probably has 15 inch biceps at 6-pack level of leanness – this is probably harder than you think.

  4. Anonymous says:

    >no point
    It’s not that there’s ‘no point’, it’s that you simply can not be /fashion/ if you’re not /fit/. Fatties will cope and seethe.

  5. Anonymous says:

    when youre fit and i mean like ottormode fit, not /fit/ fit, all clothes look good on you.
    I looked amazing in everything when i was like 155-160 lbs at 5’10 but a lean 11-12% bf, shredded.
    now im like 170-175 and maybe 16-20% and while im a lot stronger, i cant wrong some clothes. i need to get back to sub 15% and tbh at my height i think 160 is ideal

  6. Anonymous says:

    The guy on the left already has a built body, he’s just out of shape like he hasn’t seen the inside of a gym for a year. It probably took him less than a month of hitting the gym to go from right to left. Also different angles and lighting and there you have it.

  7. Anonymous says:

    You guys realize male models are slim/ottermode
    for a reason? Being big as heck makes your fits look terrible and you are stuck wearing workout clothes if you want to look good.

  8. Anonymous says:

    What are good styles/fits for more muscular frames? I’m not a methtomorphic noodle boy anymore and I’m having to revamp my wardrobe as a result

    • Anonymous says:

      If you want to hide your body then looser stuff definitely. If you wear oversized shirts, and jackets or pants that are straight cut and baggy you only need to really be aware of your vertical proportions and not the exact cut of your clothing to your body. A fit like the one on the right can look good on even a muscular frame.

      • Anonymous says:

        I don’t want to hide my body, looser/baggy and boxy shit doesn’t flatter me, I want the silhouette of an upside down Christmas tree without dressing like a dweeb

        • Anonymous says:

          Another approach is to lean into the inherent masculinity that comes with having a more muscular frame and dressing in a menswear style like this could be your answer.

          https://www.youtube.com/shorts/0hWa4r8Rme8
          https://www.instagram.com/narinemikey/?hl=en

  9. Anonymous says:

    Anon never developed the self esteem lifting promised him so seeks validation from fashion nerds

    Fashion is about creating interesting silhouettes and flattering your body. You don’t inherently need to be built like your favourite gay porn star to pull that off

    You’re projecting a lot of your former (still?) Self hatred bro

  10. Anonymous says:

    I’ve slowly gained muscle over the years, not the best body here by any means but already it’s really noticeably hindered my ability to be /fashion/. Clothing is not made for fit bodies, it’s made for the average skinny fat man. Shirts, jackets, sweaters are all some combination of too tight in the chest and far too loose on the waist. Unless you get the majority of your wardrobe tailored/altered to fit, you’ll end up looking chubby or poorly fitted at best. Keep this in mind as you continue to lift, find a good tailor and be ready to buy sizes that fit your shoulders and spend another 10-20% having it adjusted. Please excuse the underwear, best pic I have.

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