I take issue with the idea that 5 foot 7 is the "ideal" height. It's possible that in the modeling industry, that is the case, but the modeling industry … Am I fat ?
I have body measurements of 34-30-38. Am I fat ? Do I have good measurements?
Well I've got the bottom two pretty close. I'm 30-23-35. My waist ranges from 22 to 24 and my chest is just really small. Idk., are those good measurements? … Doesn't sound right to me!
24 inch waist? That sounds unreachable. My auntie was put in hospital when her waist was 25 inches as she was malnourished, then again she was quite tall … Body shape
I think everybody's shape is unique on its own. Wether you have a banana shape, apple shape, pear shape or even an hour glass shape, so far as you look … Darn
Darn! Off by one. I'm a .07-ish, 34-25-34. Scottish Female's Reply
It is confusing when your b-w-h (bust-waist-hips) ratio is -32-, and you're 5ft 4inches. It's confusing when it comes to getting a real dress … Women are Perfect for Men
The article states that in South America women with a bigger waist-to-hip-ratio are considered ideal, when in fact it is the opposite. According to the … Body Shape
Americans are using "unrealistic" in place of lazy with a lack of control. The .07 should be modified with skeletal structure, of course. I am 34c-23-34, … Click here to write your own.
George Burkhardt hes a lucky kid cause he can hear all the cool stories about the old golds gym days when u and the crew trained together and hung out, i am so impressed by rics stories that i find myself spending 7 to 8 hrs watching his videos somedays . i really enjoyed the video where he went to the olds golds and showed us where they used to hang out on the beach and also the grassy area where they sun tanned also, u can actually see the emotions in rics eyes as he goes down memory lane visiting these places, thats why i really love rics videos is cause he wears his heart on his sleeve and he keeps everything real and doesnt bullshit us. im so glad i found rics videos cause im the biggest 70,s/ arnold era fanatic around, i honestly dont think anyone loves that era more than me, best tim ever back then.
It's basically an open scam to screw people who don't lift seriously out of money. You know, the ones who get really excited about a routine in a magazine, then quit after two weeks because they're not shredded yet. That's the real target market of the vast majority of fitness mags. They don't cater to folks who are serious and know what they're doing, because those people are relatively scarce. The money is in selling to the idiot masses. And, as we all know, the idiot masses just want easy answers and shortcuts, so that's what they're sold . . in the form of lies.