Jaco De Bruyn is a fitness model who has a phenomenal physique. He is aesthetic, shredded, dry and full. Many look up to him and aspire to achieve a similar muscular development one day.
Nowadays, fitness models like Jaco are gaining more and more popularity thanks to social media such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. People like the fitness photos and call them inspiration and motivation. It all seems so nice and sweet, doesn’t it? Hard work, sexy body, attention from the opposite sex…What’s not to like?
However, as they say, the devil manifests as an angel of light. It may look good on the outside, but once you reach the core, the true color surfaces.
The question is – can you have the body of Jaco De Bruyn naturally without sacrificing your health and taking steroids?
1.Jaco De Bruyn is a monster
Jaco de Bruyn has the following body stats:
Height: 6’1″ – 184cm
Weight: 88 kg – 194lbs
Body fat: 5%
According to nattyornot.com’s guide for natties, a very gifted 6’1” tall natural bodybuilder will weigh about 190lbs. Jaco De Bruyn falls outside of the category by 4lbs. This may seem like a minuscule amount to many of you, but once you are an advanced lifter, it takes 18+ months to gain 4lbs.
Keep in mind that the legs of Jaco De Bruyn are underdeveloped. This means that he will weigh more if he was to balance his physique.
2.Jaco De Bruyn looks synthetic
In many of his photos, Jaco De Bruyn appears synthetic. His body looks like it’s been polished in Photoshop. True natural bodybuilders don’t look like Captain Photoshop.
The popular fitness icon Aziz Shavershian better known as Zyzz also had that ”synthetic” look. As we all know, Zyzz was on trenbolone.
3.Jaco De Bruyn looks bigger than Jeff Seid
In some photos, Jaco De Bruyn actually looks bigger than Jeff Seid. This is a shocker because on paper Jeff Seid is supposed to be heavier. Well…
“If something is there, you can only see it with your eyes open, but if it isn’t there, you can see it just as well with your eyes closed. That’s why imaginary things are often easier to see than real ones.”
― Norton Juster, The Phantom Tollbooth