Do muscles matter? Does it help with girls?

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Do muscles matter? Does it help with girls?
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Matter for what?

And with some, sure. With others, no. Oddly enough, not all girls think the same way...
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Muscles will help you lift stuff
But it alone won't get you ladies
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No, being healthy is enough
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as long as you are comfortable in yourself it does not really matter...

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Yeah it has indirect implications such as helping with confidence and making you look good with clothes and without. I find that some clothes just don’t fit me well because of my bf% especially jeans lol

I do think lifting in the gym has other impacts on your life other than aesthetics for one your health and the fact that you have a hobby both of which are really important.
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(Original post by KillaBeezSwarm)
Does it help with girls?
Absolutely. A reasonable amount of muscle mass means lifting up girls becomes easy.

It also allows you to throw toddlers quite high into the air. They love it.
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Humans are supposed to have a certain amount of muscle in order to stay healthy and avoid injury, so yes it matters rather a lot for that - especially when you reach middle-age and beyond. Maintaining a healthy amount of muscle mass and a 'normal' level of strength is one of the best ways to ensure that you don't end up spending the rest of your life with something like chronic back pains, which can easily happen to people as they get past mid-late 20s if they're lacking in core strength, and especially with modern sedentary lifestyles where spending years essentially doing everything sitting down (desk, sofa, car, etc.) means that the muscles just get progressively weaker and stiffer over time.
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(Original post by KillaBeezSwarm)
Do muscles matter? Does it help with girls?
Does it help?! Mannn, just take a look at me and tell me if you think it helps :smug:
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If you're a gamer it doesnt matter.
Play CS:GO and some minecraft (not fortnite though girls hate that) you should be good to go.
Im joking, it doesn't matter AT ALL, if a girl really likes you, she would like you for your personality not looks
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If you're short and ugly, probably not. If you're already good looking and tall you'll ascend to the realm of the Gods of aesthetics and all women will worship every piece of pavement you walk on.
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If you're short and ugly, probably not. If you're already good looking and tall you'll ascend to the realm of the Gods of aesthetics and all women will worship every piece of pavement you walk on.
We're all gonna make it
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We're all gonna make it
I just wish it was easy to stay lean, but why the fudge does food have to taste so good
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I just wish it was easy to stay lean, but why the fudge does food have to taste so good
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