I have my good buddy John Barban today to speak to us about how you can look 10 – 20 pounds more muscular with out gaining a single pound. This episode will definitely get you the ripped and muscular body that you’ve always wanted.
0:30 TIP #1 – When most guys think of looking bigger, they automatically think about getting heavier. But the truth about looking bigger is an illusion. It’s al; about building muscles in the right places and having the right proportions.
1:02 TIP #2 – Muscles that give you the illusion of looking bigger:
-Front, side deltoids
-All across the upper back
1:20 TIP #3 – Benefits of looking better without weighting more is that you are a lot more functional. To be honest, looking good, and being attractive to girls has nothing to do with how heavy you are. It has nothing to do with how much you can lift or how many reps you can do.
It’s all about how you look.
1:59 TIP #4 – The biggest illusion: One huge factor is shoulder development. And front to back thickness.
3:00 TIP #5 – Don’t develop the wrong muscle. By doing so, you can actually make your body look worst. For example doing too much squats or dead lifts can actually make your waist look thicker and possibly FATTER.
5:06 TIP #6 – Looking leaner will make you look bigger. The definition of your muscles will create the illusion of muscularity whereas fat just all blend together. You also become more vascular making you look a lot more ripped.
9:20 TIP #7 – Wear more fitted shirts to look bigger. Wearing huge shirts makes you look sloppy, and shirts too tight makes you look like a D-bag.
Looking good is tough, so keep at it.
And if you want 3 more tips for getting the perfect body, check this out.
As you can tell from my photos, my arms looked flabby and had no muscle development. I would do all kinds of arm exercises but they just never grew. Until one day I found this 1 muscle building “trick” that finally help me get the ripped and muscular arms I’ve always wanted.
Learn the 1 “trick” I personally used build up my shoulders. Watch it now: