Saturday, june 9, 2018
TODAY'S LESSON IS ON THE PROPER DEVELOPMENT and display of the pectoralis major. The pectorals, jointly known colloquially as the chest, are the prominent muscles at the upper portion of the torso, usually just above the abdominals.
Well-developed pecs are often a source of pride in a man; they are frequently admired by onlookers and oglers, as they—more than any other muscle group (save, perhaps biceps and triceps)—tend to hypostatize virility and strength.
A chest is developed by various exercises, the most popular being the bench press. A common perception of a man’s strength often leads to the age-old question: “How much can you bench?” Other exercises used in pectoral development are: dumbell flys, dumbbell presses (both performed on either a horizontal, declined or inclined bench position); cable flys, and more.
Men who have a well-developed chest often display their pecs proudly, especially in the summer months, when open-style tank tops are in vogue (see today’s man in the white & teal outfit). Yet, pecs (and all muscle groups) can also be highlighted by wearing form-fitting clothing. Unfortunately, too many men do not know how to “feature” their pectoral development to its greatest advantage. (If you are one of these men, please let me know. I give one-on-one seminars.)
It has been suggested by many who are fortunate enough to suffer from sthenolagnia, that men with deliciously-large, hard, protruding (yet supple) pectorals should keep them on display year-round. This ideology is sometimes referred to as . An example of IYGIFI would be a man wearing the aforementioned white & teal tank top to any occasion, including (but not limited to) weddings, bar mitzvahs, dinner on the town, graduations, baptisms, birthday parties, bachelor’s parties, circumcisions, bar fights, airplane flights, work, etc. Obviously, this very tasteful teal ensemble could also be worn to many informal events, such as grocery shopping, getting the car lubed, your kid’s soccer game, a neighborhood bar-be-cue, and mowing the lawn, just to name a few.
The idea is to allow as many muscle-worshipping dudes as possible to feast their eyes on your delicious masculinity.
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