Factories covered in gloom produce 1000s of phones every day. All devices have different names, branding, product numbers, technical characteristics, and form, but as long as they are part of the same class, the fundamentals do not differ. The processors, the chips, the technology and even the price tags are similar. You know one; you know all of them.
What if I tell you that humans are subject to comparable classifications?
Identical goals single out identical individuals.
The journey to the top is a sculptor. People who become successful in a field share similar physical qualities, mindset, motivation, fears, insecurities, and culture.
Below you will find 21 traits that successful fitness models and bodybuilders have in common.
1. Organ Resilience
The lifestyle of modern fitness models is not limited to Instagram-induced nirvana, festivals, lifting, coins and an endless stream of submissive bitches. Professional constructors of thick muscles are subject to heavy pain originating from the highly toxic substances cruising through their arteries.
Many unaware individuals think that steroid powered fitness models and bodybuilders don’t do tough work, but this is simply not true. The pros work way harder than the natty soldiers, just not in the gym but in the lab – the place where 21st-century muscle mass comes to life.
Bodybuilders and heavyweight fitness models take enough steroids to put a horse to sleep, but they survive by virtue of their high-end organ resilience. Every successful muscle warrior has organs of steel.
Everyone thinks that a cycle or two will turn him into a YouTube sensation, but this is not the case. Most people don’t have the necessary will and physical hardness to endure the sufferings of the chemical war. If your body is not compatible with modern anabolic steroids, you are on a suicide mission and will never join the group of the chosen ones.
Immune to Side Effects
The members of the muscular bourgeoisie do not experience nearly as much side effects as a regular gym rat. Only a few are built to last. Some get huge muscles; some get acne, insomnia and cramps. Those who succeed are the individuals with a higher tolerance and an uncanny response to drugs. If your entire face and back are covered with pimples and boils, you don’t belong on the cover of a magazine.
2. Daddy, where are you?
A strong reason to become a mercenary fighting gravity is the lack of a successful male mentor figure in your life. Young men who decide to hop on TRT [ Testosterone Replacement Therapy] are actually on DRT [Daddy Replacement Therapy]. Your big muscles are meant to be the father you never had.
When Tyler Durden said that we’ve been raised by women, he wasn’t joking. The real man died a long time ago. Today, most boys grow in front of a screen. Your heroes are YouTube content creators; your idols are Instagram models.
When there’s no one to show you how to fight life, you develop insecurities. Building a muscle shield is one of the many ways to compensate. In muscle filaments, we see a way to regain the masculinity that the system has extracted from us through globalist propaganda, unfair monetary system, destruction of the family unit and degradation of the male to an organic dildo and a walking ATM machine.
Nonetheless, having someone to call dad is not enough. Many men have fathers and yet still fall in the inferno of self-doubt. You don’t need someone who is just there. You need a winner; a male figure that can show you how to own the world. Stumbling upon a real tutor is as rare as finding a diamond in a hot-dog.
3. A Harem
9 out 10 women will tell you that big muscles are “disgusting”. Yet you can be certain that if a fitness model takes off his shirt, the same women will let the spirit of lust and desire conquer them. I am yet to hear about a man who can’t find a girlfriend because his body is aesthetic. I understand why a female would dislike an IFBB pro, but fitness models are an entirely different product line. Need evidence? Go to the Instagram account of a fitness superstar – you can be certain than the millions of followers are not just men.
Similar denial is less common among the younger females product of the hookup culture and Snapchat. Many fitness models have a harem of girls willing to lick their shredded abs in public. A popular aesthetic captain with a few years of fame behind his back has probably penetrated more girls than the average man talks to in his entire life.
4. Extreme Self-Awareness
Muscle addicts are extremely self-aware. Their thirst for approval results in a metamorphose – all body sensors unite into a 360-degree camera capturing the world around. Every external look and movement pass under the microscope. The driving force behind this behavior are insecurities and a strong desire to put ”wow” in the mouths of the crowd. As a result, fitness models maximize the impact of their appearance with the help of tanning beds, revealing designer clothes, aesthetic beards, and hair products.
5. Supplements? Bro, do you even brain?
Professional muscle constructors don’t consume bodybuilding supplements. They consider protein powder, creatine, BCAA and glutamine fodder for the plebs. You cannot join the inner circle of fitness models and bodybuilders until you stop consuming the products you are advertising.
If a member of the muscle club sees you snorting protein powder when you are not filming a commercial or a YouTube video, prepare yourself to be ridiculed and even excluded from the brotherhood. I am serious, man. There isn’t a single pro that rushes to the locker to get his/hers protein shake after a workout. It’s all a joke to them because they are enlightened.
6. Dieting? Not even once.
If you think that the pros are obsessing over a cheeseburger, you need to check yourself for autism. Don’t listen to their fairy tales about “religious” nutritional plans. Most Ministers of Muscle consume a notorious amount of junk food and get away with it thanks to the mass they carry and the highly potent flotilla of drugs in their blood. The only dieting takes place right before a show when the competitors are trying hard to improve their muscular definition through fat and water weight reduction.
In addition, the pros don’t rely on legal fat burners. They know that those products are as effective as a cup of coffee. Instead, they take hardcore body fat cutting agents like clen, T3, ephedrine, Trenbolone, cocaine… enough said.
The process ends with a cover-up called IIFYM [If It Fits Your Macros]. According to this principle, your food choices are irrelevant as long as you supply your body with “the proper” ratio of fats, protein and carbs.
“The body is not equipped with a detector that can reveal whether a macro nutrient is coming from grass-fed Argentine beef or gene modified chicken raised in a shoe box,” explain the follower of IIFYM.
While there is some truth and fundamentals behind IIFYM, it’s mostly used as a smoke screen for atrocious nutrition.
7. Bow Down
Rumor has it that the anabolic elixir Trenbolone /tren/ is derived from the seed of a demon and produces a look known as 3D PhotoShop: Let’s-Break-Da-BeD Edition that no other drug can match. Tren’s peculiar properties made it a staple and a highly admired drug in professional bodybuilding and fitness modeling.
The downside is that the magic comes with some of the nastiest side effects you could experience from injecting steroids. But when there’s a strong desire to build an otherworldly physique vacuuming admiration and validation, that fact is easily overlooked.
8. Strong Poker Face
Becoming a masterful pathological liar is a must when you have a high-paying job in the muscle construction sector. To preserve your status and coins, you have to lie to everyone – your family, your fans, your friends, yourself. The good news is that eventually, this task becomes natural and easy. In due course, all fake natties evolve into deceivers.
If you are one of those emotional souls experiencing electrical shocks when lies come out of your mouth, you desperately need to upgrade your deception game and become numb. Otherwise, you won’t last long. The more you inject, the more you have to lie.
9. Excessively long justification.php file
Humans always find a way to justify their actions and choices. Drug lords consider themselves entrepreneurs; dishonest politicians are misunderstood diplomats; crooked cops say “you can’t beat the criminals unless you play by their rules.” Fitness models do not make an exception. Below is a justification.php file stored in the cranium of a typical muscle model.
Fuck the world. I need to take what’s mine.
Those protein powder boys should know better. We are teaching them a life lesson.
If I go to hell for lying about steroids, where will the cowards living like mice go?
Nice guys finish last.
You Only Live Once [YOLO]
I pay the price by suffering extensive side effects.
Prodigal sons > Bitches obeying since birth just to go to heaven
I will die anyway.
Test occurs naturally in the body. Therefore, injecting testosterone and its derivatives makes me even more natural.
If people had balls the size of mine, they would be injecting too.
Hair is for faggots.
No one earns money 100% honestly. There’s blood on every dollar.
I am mainly harming myself. Yes, the noobs will get some gas from taking protein powder, but they’ll be alright at the end.
I am helping the world by showing how pretty the human body can become when the right compounds are injected. I am serving beauty and aesthetics. Only God can judge me.
10. Bodybuilding magazines? Not even once.
I am sorry, but the pros don’t bore themselves to death with bodybuilding magazines and other forms of muscle fiction. They know that the routines outlined there are irrelevant and written by underpaid ghost writers. They know that following a proper steroid cycle is way more important than nonsense like sets and reps. A real bodybuilder buys bodybuilding literature only when he is on the cover – 5 or 6 copies are given to friends and family; one goes in a secure safe labeled: ”My Struggle”.
11. Solidarity/Share the knowledge
Eventually, the muscle heroes accumulate enough experience and wisdom to transform into sages operating on a higher frequency. This transformation is expressed through motivational videos on YouTube, tours across the globe, inspirational quotes on social media and seminars.
“Why should I deprive the world of my deep knowledge of muscle construction,” says the fake natty to his conscience while welcoming the visitors of his 1000 dollar seminar entitled ”How To Get Big and Shredded Like Me, Naturally”.
12. Let’s Google Me
The CEOs of Muscle are narcissists of the highest order. They start each day by googling themselves and checking their social media accounts. Fitness masters yearn to learn what the ordinary citizen thinks of them. But the obsession does not end here.
The architects of muscle acknowledge the fact that the real bodybuilding fans are part of the ”misc”. Consequently, many fitness models and bodybuilders lurk the message boards until 4 in the morning – sore eyes; painful heaviness in the head. When the opinion of the crowd is unacceptable, a wave of sadness drags the affected muscle hero into a stupor, and he/she creates multiple accounts to defend his online honor. PRs are rarely hired because muscle heroes prefer to operate in solo mode and experience the Internet adventure first-hand.
13. Squat, Bench, Dead? You crazy? Heavy is for naturals!
Intelligent muscle constructors are well aware of the fact that their muscle mass is a direct result of drugs, and therefore lifting heavy is an unnecessary risk. When you know that you will look the same with or without hefty barbells, the incentive to lift heavy weights evaporates into the stratosphere. Would you work double time for the same salary? Makes no sense. As a consequence, lifting heavy is left to the naturals brainwashed by the 5×5 mafia.
14. Kings of the Selfie
Becoming a master at taking selfies is a must for every fitness model and bodybuilder. You need good pics like a businessman needs a neat tuxedo. Your selfies act as solder connections to your fans. Without them, all hope for appreciation is completely lost. If you have lived an hour without taking a single selfie – you are doing it wrong.
FAQ: What makes the perfect selfie? First, you need a phone with a decent camera. Then, you have to make sure that your photos include your best body part and/or your shredded abs. Those are the two elements that immediately catch people’s attention. You can also increase the intensity by tilting your head slightly to the side and squinting like James Dean. This is the so-called playboy look. Rumor has it that it reaches virgin souls and extracts them.
15. Max on Money
If you are a popular biceps head, and you are not maximizing your streams of revenue, you are a still a noob who has a lot of evolving to do. All prosperous professional fitness models exploit every available source of income. This is how they build their empires. Luckily for them, there are many ways to generate money with your muscles:
1. Promote muscle related products – supplements, wife-beaters, bermuda shorts, tank tops, shakers, shake weights, books, dick amplifiers, abs shredding machine… enough said.
2. Get sponsored by a supplement company.
3. Develop a large following on Instagram and product position your way to a Lamborghini.
4. Build a YouTube Channel.
If you have the looks, all you have to do is film your meals, arm workouts and a few conversations with your girlfriend or a female pretending to be your girlfriend. Works every time.
5. Striptease [online or offline]
6. Online coaching [charge noobs USD 50 for a meal plan that you can copy/pasta to all your clients]
7.Offline coaching [choose a commercial gym because the members are more likely to pay you more]
8. Find a sugar mommy.
9. Audition for roles
10. Photo shoots
16. Godlike Online Status
It’s hardly a surprise that all successful fitness models and bodybuilders have a large following. After all – tits, arms and six-packs rule social media. If anyone is going to break the servers of Instagram, it would be a horde of male fitness models with razor-sharp abs and females with booties that need the unified effort of five writers to be described properly.
Nevertheless, the godlike online status of popular muscle men and girls is not the sole result of looks. Fitness models and bodybuilders invest a lot of time and effort into their profiles because they know that strong social media presence is the road to power in modern times.
17. Complete Enhancement
Cover worthy fitness models and bodybuilders use every trick from the aesthetic manual to enhance their physiques for photo shoots and everyday life. After all, what is the point of being big, if people can’t see it? Dress to impress. You don’t want to be the pretty girl in sweatpants. You want to be the pretty girl in the red dress. Maximum enhancement is where it’s at. Your clothes, accessories, jewelry, breathing, body movements and eye control have to reinforce your aura of an atrophy assassin. Otherwise, you are leaving money and ego food on the table. Enhance yourself.
18. Hate The Haters
If you don’t have haters to hate, you are not successful in the human world. Supporters are nice, but without haters, the pleasure is just not the same. Reading only positive comments is a boring experience.
19. Fake Health
All popular fitness models promote the so-called healthy lifestyle. “We lift. We exercise. We eat right. We teach others how to do the same,” they say. Nice joke.
In reality, bodybuilders and fitness models create only an illusion of a healthy body. They look good on the outside while their internal organs are desperately begging for mercy.
20. Status? Natural, of course
Few are willing to admit their addiction to steroids. There are three main reasons for that. First, in many countries, steroids are illegal for recreational purposes. Getting caught means troubles with the law.
The second reason is financial. If a person admits that his/hers development is the result of synthetic hormones, the sales of supplements will suffer. (Surprisingly, this notion does not hold true all the time. Men like Rich Piana are openly talking about drugs, and yet people continue to purchase their pre-workouts drinks.)
The final reason to remain a crypto-user is the ego. Fitness models and bodybuilders see themselves as the horsemen of muscle who look like deities solely due to hard work and spaceman discipline. Admitting the opposite hurts.
Sooner or later, all great CEOs of muscle become philosophers and start spamming their fans with basic life ideology and trivial motivation such as:
“Seize the day.”
“Shut up and squat.”
“How bad do you want it.”
“You can be anything you want to be.”
“It’s all about heart.”
“If your dreams don’t scare you, they are not big enough.”
“My mom said I could not gain muscle; I proved her wrong.”
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
“Make today count because you will never get it back.”
“You don’t have to be great to start. But you do have to start to be great.”
“When you want to quit, think about why you started.”
Muscle heroes have been relying on similar slogans to fire up their fans since the dawn of Facebook. The method works because motivational content carries a powerful emotional load, and people are more willing to share it. According to the ascended fitness scholars, the ultimate goal is to develop a “killer mindset” and live the life of an alpha unit.
Sometimes I wonder whether fitness models would preserve their motivational prowess if all drugs are extracted out of their systems. I doubt it.
Everything is just an illusion, kid. The right brain of the modern humanoid is always up for the taking.
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