Again, you’re confusing muscular with “bodybuilder level muscular.” Do you honestly not realize they’re not even in the same ballpark? No one is saying women like big fat power lifters, or bodybuilders. We’re saying they like guys like Brad Pitt in Troy, Chris Evans in Captian America, Christian Bale in Batman, Henry Cavill in Superman. Those are the types of “muscular” bodies he means. And yes, they are muscular. They had to lift weights like crazy to look like that. Go read about Henry Cavill’s training, for example. Just nuts. But it leads to a very attractive, muscular, athletic look that women love. The people you’re talking about (300 lb fat bodybuilders) take massive amounts of steroids – they don’t represent “muscular” bodies. Don’t immediately jump to some 300 lb monster that no one finds attractive the second he mentions the word “muscular.” Lol, you have some sort of insecurity, or weird bias, if you jump to that conclusion without provocation. He didn’t say a word about bodybuilders. Not a single word. Why would you even go there? A bodybuilder clearly doesn’t represent the “muscles” he’s talking about
If you can’t help it – consider getting some home gym equipment like I did. It’s very comfortable (feels like meditation time, working out alone) and isn’t expensive – especially when you’re thinking long-term. Lots of people asking me how to gain weight for skinny guys like ourselves don’t realise it doesn’t take a fancy gym to get big, or actually any gym at all. Just get yourself some weights, a bar and an adequate squat-friendly bench and you’re set. (See my recommendation in the article)
By doping, actors are essentially cheating. Worse still, they're setting a lousy example for the kids, and the kids are the future, and now I yield the floor to my distinguished colleague from the great state of Virginia. Still, Arnold Schwarzenegger juiced his way from Pumping Iron to the original Conan to Terminator 2 to governor of California. Meanwhile, Lance Armstrong went from seven-time Tour de France winner to narrowly avoiding a federal indictment to groveling before Oprah. Sports and film fans have widely divergent standards when it comes to PEDs, and the more I mull it over, the more I wonder if moviegoers have it better. Smarter, even.