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Kai Greene, an enthusiastic user of costumes in his non-competitive appearances and easily big-time bodybuilding’s most artistic and creative star, has noticeably reined in his once elaborate, dancelike posing routines in recent years, as he’s become a contender for the top title.I suspect this is so he doesn’t risk alienating the core judging and fan constituency that is still queasy about his long-ago appearance in a homoerotic film in which he made love to a grapefruit.In hopes of building muscle to become a better athlete, I walked into my high school weight room and began lifting weights. Over the years I’ve lost faith in bodybuilders – and conventional bodybuilding – as a means to build muscle, and with good reason.
(Bodybuilders’ use of these drugs is of varying levels of legality, which is why the ubiquity of PEDs in the upper echelons of the “sport” is typically only acknowledged publicly by retired competitors, such as Yates.
“It used to be that you should have a V-shaped body.
Now, I don’t know, it’s kind of like a bottle-shaped body.” As someone who has dabbled in bodybuilding and followed the “sport” for years, I think there’s a reason why it and the bodybuilding-supplement-industrial-complex has grown in popularity and profitability while the physiques have strayed further from the general culture’s aesthetic ideal: It’s all about making straight dudes feel secure watching oiled men flex and pose in tiny skivvies.
The life of a bodybuilder is one spent yo-yo dieting, binging, training, eating, and destroying their body. It wasn’t until I looked outside the box that I got results.
Drugs, superhuman genetics, and a lifetime dedication to ‘getting big’ are the prerequisites. It wasn’t until I left the 2 hour training sessions, 5-6 days a week behind, that I gained 32 pounds of lean muscle in 32 weeks. But, as with any “rule”, there is always an exception.
The magazines and books sprawled across my bedroom floor were my trainers. I wanted muscle, albeit for sports, but I still wanted muscle. The reason: bodybuilding is a lifestyle, one with 2 hours training sessions, thousands of calories a day, bulking (getting fat), and cutting.