It wasn't because I was a poor worker or wanted an easy job—in fact, I was in construction at the time.No, I did this because I wanted to be able to go home at night and tell myself that my job wasn't the hardest part of my day.One of the biggest differences I noticed after I transformed my physique by adding muscle was how people treated me.I now find they're more respectful and less confrontational. It also means the bad guys are much less likely to target me because they assume I can whip open a can of whoopass when necessary.This applies not only to work but chores and activities around the home as well.Committing to a fit and healthy lifestyle isn't easy.Though there aren't any statistics to prove it, my hunch is that for most people, you're physically safer being with a bodybuilder.We all know when entering a relationship that some of our partner's characteristics begin to rub off on us.
The myth that strong women are unattractive to men has been smashed forever!
On the contrary, I can think of five reasons women should, in fact, date a guy like me. This work ethic carries through every aspect of our lives. When we commit to working our butts off in the gym, and we're not paid one red cent for it, working hard just becomes an aspect of our personality.
It seems it's hunting season, only this time the target is us! Yet another article reasoning why women shouldn't date a bodybuilder. Forget the sheer volume of hours—measurable in years—it takes to build our physiques. The self-discipline we employ at the gym doesn't suddenly manifest itself when we walk into a gym and then disappear as soon as we exit.
While this is definitely a great time for fit, athletic and muscular women, it is a horrible time for relationships.
Men have been emasculated and feminized by society and strong, confident women are paying the real price.