There are unexpected, ineffable consequences of pursuing a body that's more, um, eff-able than functional. It's a tougher road when you're focused on looks. It's all better for your back. I'm not as fast as people expect. But then that's all you get. It gets real stupid real quick. By contrast, John Baranik, 22, is a senior at the University of Pennsylvania who regularly runs a mile in under five minutes, works out with the Penn cycling team, does 25 pushups like it's nothing, and pops high-rep bench presses of his own weight at 5'8", he's pounds.
Adelina. Age: 29.
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Jessica. Age: 21.
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And yet guys want those big biceps because they want to look good in a shirt. Despite the current talk about centeredness, health, fitness, self-respect, their main goal is, as one gym's slogan puts it, to lookbetternaked. There are unexpected, ineffable consequences of pursuing a body that's more, um, eff-able than functional. Baranik is gorgeous too, but he describes his body as "medium build" because he doesn't have abs.