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« on: September 29, 2016, 02:41:53 am »

I was watching this video that I will post below and I wondered if others also find this sexy.

Basically, it is the shaking, quivering or trembling when bodybuilders flex their muscles on stage. They are supposed to be flexing their muscles as hard as they can and, on a subconscious level, I have always found display of physical strength very sexy. If the bodybuilder is genuinely enjoying the hard flexing it adds even more to the whole self-exhibition, it makes him look stronger and more competitive.

I have the impression this usually goes unnoticed so I wonder if others also naturally find it appealing...

It's basically the man with the beard at the beginning of the video. I know there are better videos to exemplify this though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAFSGabSTro
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« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2016, 05:49:13 am »

Personally, I don't find this sexy at all. It looks gross to me. I can't even believe this level of bodybuilding is even a sport.
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« Reply #2 on: September 29, 2016, 06:13:52 am »

I was watching this video that I will post below and I wondered if others also find this sexy.

Basically, it is the shaking, quivering or trembling when bodybuilders flex their muscles on stage. They are supposed to be flexing their muscles as hard as they can and, on a subconscious level, I have always found display of physical strength very sexy. If the bodybuilder is genuinely enjoying the hard flexing it adds even more to the whole self-exhibition, it makes him look stronger and more competitive.

I have the impression this usually goes unnoticed so I wonder if others also naturally find it appealing...

It's basically the man with the beard at the beginning of the video. I know there are better videos to exemplify this though.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAFSGabSTro

It's a pretty specific topic but I agree with it entirely. In the video you linked, the bearded guy is clearly "showing off" more, and that's certainly a plus in my book. A bodybuilder flexing is always hot, but if he's really committed to it, then it's typically hotter. Another great example are flexing videos where the guy is dripping in sweat by the end of the session, because he flexed so damn long and hard. The concept (and reality) of showing off muscles as being a workout in and of itself is pretty fucking hot.
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« Reply #3 on: September 29, 2016, 03:25:04 pm »

It has to do with personal preferences... Some people lke muscles some don't. Also there are people that have "linked" muscles with violence. Others have linked that with strength. I just find it kinda weird but ok. It depends on the tastes of the others. Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: September 30, 2016, 03:01:00 am »

It's a pretty specific topic but I agree with it entirely. In the video you linked, the bearded guy is clearly "showing off" more, and that's certainly a plus in my book. A bodybuilder flexing is always hot, but if he's really committed to it, then it's typically hotter. Another great example are flexing videos where the guy is dripping in sweat by the end of the session, because he flexed so damn long and hard. The concept (and reality) of showing off muscles as being a workout in and of itself is pretty fucking hot.

I was actually struggling with the wording for this thread because I wanted it address the topic in a broad sense.

We usually focus on the idea or the form and this other aspects about muscualrity are rarely (if ever) discussed so it made me interested  knowing if others also read the messages associated with the display of muscularity or if they go totally unnoticed.

I have always found the flexing more appealing when the bodybuilder seems to be flexing as hard as he can to the point his body starts trembling and yet genuinely enjoying it despite the exhaustion. When they do it this way, in my eyes, it enhances this idea of strength and it makes him look more competitive. Some people say the flexing in competitions is comparable to a workout because they are trying to flex as hard as they can in order to outshine the other contestants.

I agree with you on the sweating and that is another aspect related to the flexing and posing. Sweat also suggests the bodybuilder is putting a lot of physical effort into the flexing and that certainly make the exhibition more appealing, apart, of course, from a more aesthetically pleasing image sweat can give.


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« Reply #5 on: September 30, 2016, 03:06:39 am »

I just wanted to say if you are flexing right it should be fucking exhausting. Us meatheads arent only doing it to show off. I will spend a good 20 min post work out to exhaust the parts Ive worked. I will usually wait until im home unless im in that kind of mood or with people. cuz i also like attention.

I also do it before dancing at clubs or anything where i am showing off to get the blood to the muscles
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« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2016, 12:12:05 am »

I think it's sexy. I love big muscles and strong men. I believe showing muscle makes one more like a man.
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« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2016, 07:22:27 pm »

Personally, I find it sexy as hell. Some of the guys in Repetrope backstage posing videos shake a lot. I just love it.   Grin
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« Reply #8 on: October 01, 2016, 08:01:27 pm »

 Cheesy Cheesy
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« Reply #9 on: October 06, 2016, 04:35:35 am »

It's a pretty specific topic but I agree with it entirely. In the video you linked, the bearded guy is clearly "showing off" more, and that's certainly a plus in my book. A bodybuilder flexing is always hot, but if he's really committed to it, then it's typically hotter. Another great example are flexing videos where the guy is dripping in sweat by the end of the session, because he flexed so damn long and hard. The concept (and reality) of showing off muscles as being a workout in and of itself is pretty fucking hot.

I was actually struggling with the wording for this thread because I wanted it address the topic in a broad sense.

We usually focus on the idea or the form and this other aspects about muscualrity are rarely (if ever) discussed so it made me interested  knowing if others also read the messages associated with the display of muscularity or if they go totally unnoticed.

I have always found the flexing more appealing when the bodybuilder seems to be flexing as hard as he can to the point his body starts trembling and yet genuinely enjoying it despite the exhaustion. When they do it this way, in my eyes, it enhances this idea of strength and it makes him look more competitive. Some people say the flexing in competitions is comparable to a workout because they are trying to flex as hard as they can in order to outshine the other contestants.

I agree with you on the sweating and that is another aspect related to the flexing and posing. Sweat also suggests the bodybuilder is putting a lot of physical effort into the flexing and that certainly make the exhibition more appealing, apart, of course, from a more aesthetically pleasing image sweat can give.

I agree with you completely. I find a bodybuilder who flexes hard, demonstrated by his facial expression as well, very sexy. Sweating, as long as it isn't too much, is also really hot.
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« Reply #10 on: October 10, 2016, 10:21:47 am »

Wow, before this thread, I thought I was the only one who found bodybuilders shaking when they flexed attractive. Sweat is another whole plus for me.
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« Reply #11 on: October 12, 2016, 01:31:42 am »

Interesting to read more people share the same natural reaction to this because it is something that is never mentioned.

Some of us simply are more responsive to display of physical strength than others. And it is not necessary to be muscular; the display of physical strength is appealing in itself.

Mark Erpelding and opponent at 0:15
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hOf5fXpv34Y



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« Reply #12 on: October 16, 2016, 12:56:53 pm »

Yup, the shaking accompanying extreme squeezing of muscles is fascinating to watch, particularly with the facial expressions and perhaps a shout or groan from the competitors.

I thought Jeremy Buendia in the beginning of this clip was pretty amazing > https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAgfaDZjlLc
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« Reply #13 on: November 23, 2016, 02:55:28 am »

almost ever to flat 4 me!
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