Ideal Male fitness model weight
You know, I've been featured in full-page articles from bodybuilding dot com and Flex, Muscle and Fitness, Men's Fitness Magazine. Also done many calendars, Cosmopolitan Magazine, shot in New York, Los Angeles, done some really neat stuff with the industry and I'm here to help guys that are looking to put more muscle on, because when I graduated high school I weighed like 160 pounds.
What I usually do is, I'll do anything from bodybuilding shows to different modeling shoots around 170 to 180.
And then in the off-season, I'll go up to around 215 to 220 and do some drug-free powerlifting to add some muscle mass, so then when I diet back down, naturally I might be 180, 185. And the natural process over time would just allow you to look bigger at your photo shoots. You know, that's a big thing I think that will help you in the long run.
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