Do men prefer the athletic/physically fit body on women or do they want soft bodies?

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Was just reading a thread on being attracted to fit/ripped bodies and someone made a point about the type of bodies which men are attracted to. With being into fitness/lifting myself I'm wondering will it help me to stay attractive if I always have a physically fit toned looking body? I'm only 5ft though (and have very pale skin which goes against me ) if it makes any difference lol.

Anyway yea do men get attracted by toned/athletic looking bodies. Or do men prefere soft bodies with a bit of weight in which case will I be wasting my time making an effort? Out of interest if I kept it up all my life how would it help me in middle age, or would it not make any difference..
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I'm plump but very pretty, TBH I think nowadays with society having a very unhealthy anorexic ideal as "beauty" anything but being curvy/voluptuous is what guys like. I have trouble finding a bf even though I'm not super obese lol!!
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I'm plump but very pretty, TBH I think nowadays with society having a very unhealthy anorexic ideal as "beauty" anything but being curvy/voluptuous is what guys like. I have trouble finding a bf even though I'm not super obese lol!!
I've heard some guys say they like a little to hold onto etc so quite a few would probably like your body type but in general I don't know what men think. I know you get those guys who like a bit of meat as they say and then those who like very slim.

I was just wondering in general if having an athletic body increases a woman's attractiveness
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Im not a male.

But I can say from experience that every guy has a preference, you can't refer to men's preferences in general because they're all different, some men are all about the curves and a** while others just don't care about looks at all. You shouldn't change the way you look and make yourself look more "attractive" to impress anyone.

You do you.
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Anon #1 may be able to hang upside-down on the monkey bars for 15 minutes
Anon #2 may be able to sing All About That Bass

(I know what I prefer )
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4ft 11" to 5ft 3" height range. Soft body type with a dress size of 6 to 8.

Come at me ladies and white knights!
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(Original post by Mr Smurf)
4ft 11" to 5ft 3" height range. Soft body type with a dress size of 6 to 8.

Come at me ladies and white knights!
you forgot "white"
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Men want different things, and are attracted to different things. From what I know, we don't like the extremes of either side.

Soft, curvy bodies with a bit of weight are sexy as hell. Same applies to small, petite, "toned" bodies.

Personally I don't think attracting the opposite sex is a good motivational factor for exercising and eating well.

If you kept up your exercise and eating habits for 40-50 years/until you reach old age, you'll still be stronger than 99% of the population. Bones denser, stronger, not as brittle. You'll also avoid a host of health issues, as you're probably already aware of.
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(Original post by NickEgg)
you forgot "white"
I don't need to mention it because everyone knows and this is a thread about body type.
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(Original post by Mr Smurf)
4ft 11" to 5ft 3" height range. Soft body type with a dress size of 6 to 8.

Come at me ladies and white knights!
forget white knights what do the alphas like
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The general preference is relatively toned. However, a narrow waist and a voluptuous heinie has a man on his knees.
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(Original post by Mr Smurf)
4ft 11" to 5ft 3" height range. Soft body type with a dress size of 6 to 8.

Come at me ladies and white knights!
4'11" - 5'3"? If you're a short ass guy then sure. I'd rather not have to bend down that far to kiss someone.
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(Original post by Dheorl)
4'11" - 5'3"? If you're a short ass guy then sure. I'd rather not have to bend down that far to kiss someone.
she might not like being kissed, either way lie down then!
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I like skinny girls with soft bodies. I'd prefer not to be feeling rock hard muscles as I'm grabbing different parts of her body. It's very unfeminine for a girl to have particularly prominent or well-developed muscles, like some professional female athletes (not all of them of course).
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(Original post by Tone Loc)
I like skinny girls with soft bodies. I'd prefer not to be feeling rock hard muscles as I'm grabbing different parts of her body. It's very unfeminine for a girl to have particularly prominent or well-developed muscles, like some professional female athletes (not all of them of course).
How much muscle do you have, do you play sports and or lift weights?
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How much muscle do you have, do you play sports and or lift weights?
I don't play sports or lift weights anymore. I have very little muscle mass lol.
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Love physically fit girls. So hot. :sexface:

But as long as a girl looks after herself, her body will be fine.
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(Original post by Dheorl)
4'11" - 5'3"? If you're a short ass guy then sure. I'd rather not have to bend down that far to kiss someone.
Yes I am short. So short slim girls are the best for me. In fact, they are the best in general regardless of the guys height.
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(Original post by Dheorl)
4'11" - 5'3"? If you're a short ass guy then sure. I'd rather not have to bend down that far to kiss someone.
'Mr Smurf', I think you get the idea...
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I liked soft bodies. Toned is good but when you remove all of the fat you're left with a lack of shape.
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