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Gaining untargeted muscle is easy and over-rated. The problem with following the standard advice of concentrating on the "big 3" lifts (squat, deadlift, and bench press) is that it will most likely create a terrible looking, bulky physique.
So even 100% pure muscle gains, can ruin your look if the muscle is added to the wrong places on your body.
As the video shows...adding muscle in the wrong places creates a rounded "curvy" look. As a guy you are not aiming for an hour-glass figure. Simply chasing a muscle gain number is a nearly guaranteed way to kill you chances of a lean and angular physique.
In fact, a little bit slim is better than overly muscular and blocky.
Think about that for one second. Wouldn't you rather look more like Jude Law versus a bloated looking professional wrestler in the WWE?
You see, even if you are a little on the slim side you can still look "cool" and hip. You can wear designer clothes. You can look "GQ", etc.
…but if you put on too much muscle on the wrong places you get that “cheesy” meat-head aura...and that is not a place where you want to be.
Most women are repulsed by guys who are "overdone" !
...But these same women love the right amount of muscle.
Some examples of this are Taylor Lautner, Cam Gigandet, Brad Pitt, Will Smith, Dwayne Johnson (now he has slimmed down), Hugh Jackman, etc...
I realize that attracting women isn't the only reason to put on muscle, but it is most likely at least part of the motivation to attaining a nice looking physique.
...But Where You Gain the Muscle is Just the Beginning.
There are two types of muscle growth that affect the look of a muscle.
Sarcoplasmic Hypertrophy: This is growth caused by the increase in fluid (sarcoplasm) within a muscle cell. This is a fast way to increase the size of a muscle, but since sarcoplasm is a fluid and can't contract...it won't make the muscle significantly stronger.
Myofibrillar Hypertrophy: This is actual muscle fiber growth. This adds a lot less to the size of a muscle than sarcoplasmic growth, but since muscle fiber can contract...it will make the muscles significantly stronger.
Have you ever seen a muscular guy with large, but almost "puffy" looking muscles? This is a common problem I see in almost every gym I visit. Here's a video explaining how to avoid this...
(As the Video Explains) Getting the proper ratio of both types of growth creates the ideal "look" of your muscles.
Now...many trainers will tell you that muscle definition is simply a matter of gaining muscle and then losing body fat to reveal that muscle. They have the right idea, but this is just part of the puzzle.
<---Someone who focuses on the proper ratio creates full, dense looking muscles.
Too much sarcoplasmic focused training? This creates that large "fluffy" look. The muscles look doughy and rounded -not- sharp and angular.
Too much focus on myofibrillar training? This creates smaller dense muscles. Although the muscles are hard and angular, they tend to be undersized.
Both types of muscle growth have their place if you want to create a sharp looking lean and muscular look.
...if you simply lift to put on muscle, then you are just hoping that your physique winds up looking the way you want (I don't like to leave things up to chance).
Instead of hoping the hard work will pay off, you should do everything in your power to give yourself the best shot at the ideal outcome.
So How do the Guys in Hollywood
(Taylor Lautner, Cam Gigandet, Brad Pitt, etc) Get that Ultra-Lean Look...Where it Appears as if Their Skin is Shrink Wrapped Around Their Muscles?
The majority of trainers will tell you that it is just a matter of reaching a low body fat percentage. They are only partially right...
When you first get lean, your skin lags behind a bit and has to catch up to your new body size. This is a big reason that a lot of people who try to get lean for summer actually look their best in July or August inste