There's nothing wrong with a front double bicep.

September 29, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Photo of a man flexing his biceps. Guys are often reluctant to do classic bodybuilding poses like this for fear of looking "douchy." I figure if you put in that much work into something, you might as well show it off to your best advantage.

If I baked a pie that turned out perfectly, you'd better believe I would let the world know ... with perfect lighting, angles and an attractive plate. And that achievement would have only taken a couple hours. Guys like Charlie and Chase spend at least a couple hours a day working to build the version of themselves they've decided to become.

There's a reason the classic poses exist, and it's because they really do make people (with muscles) look amazing.

I don't understand why anyone would begrudge someone else the chance to take pride in their accomplishments. Maybe it's jealousy? Some sort of emotional armoring? A belief that the world is a zero-sum system? Whatever it is that makes people want to put down the achievements of others, I think one of the best lessons we all can learn is that whatever we do really well ... whether it's baking, bodybuilding, photography or unicycle riding, don't ever let fear of judgement stop you from taking pride in being great and becoming greater.

Photo of a male model flexing his biceps.


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