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Do you lie about your weight?

TheAnabolicFreak

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A bit funny but makes me wonder why are guys so afraid of either admitting the truth to others or themselves even though they look AMAZING. Look at Sergio and others making up all kinds of excuses 😁

 

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I don't see why any of us would lie about their weight, usually the smaller 180lb guys want that lean look and the guys who want to move the scale are more than happy to tell us they ate and put on 2 more lbs this week. Now guys lying about their BF or thinking it is lower than it is, IMO yes.
 

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Roman Fritz lies about his weight or doesn't know how to calculate kg to lb. At one time he was posting physique updates at least once a week near stage ready and always saying he weighed 280 while looking 235.
 

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Depends if you’re trying to get bigger or lean out, I think I’m way too fluffy at 6’1 240lbs but my friend who is also around my height and in great shape tells me he wishes he weighed as much as me….🤷🏻‍♂️
 

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Straight up, I used to in my 20's all the time. As soon as I got to 235 I would say "250". All the time. Like something magical happened if I said I was 250 lol.
 

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The lady doth protest too much, methinks"
- Hamlet, by William Shakespeare

I don’t recall the last time I asked somebody how much they weigh. It means nothing to me. It really comes down to how you look.

People typically guesstimate me weighing about ~10 -15 lbs. more than I do. This usually happens in the locker room after a workout. Easy to prove, we just trot on over to the scale.

Truth be told I am ~165 @ 5’ 9”. And I look better ~10 lbs less as most everybody does. I weigh myself a few times a year or when challenged.

As I have said before, the scale is like a ouije board, it misses with your head.
 

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I remember i lied about my weight a few times while online dating in my 20’s.

It was the opposite though. I would tell them i was much lighter haha.
 

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The lady doth protest too much, methinks"
- Hamlet, by William Shakespeare

I don’t recall the last time I asked somebody how much they weigh. It means nothing to me. It really comes down to how you look.

People typically guesstimate me weighing about ~10 -15 lbs. more than I do. This usually happens in the locker room after a workout. Easy to prove, we just trot on over to the scale.

Truth be told I am ~165 @ 5’ 9”. And I look better ~10 lbs less as most everybody does. I weigh myself a few times a year or when challenged.

As I have said before, the scale is like a ouije board, it misses with your head.
I think the scale is an ego booster for many similar to the bench press. They know they look better lighter but associate a number on a device with being muscular.
 

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I think the scale is an ego booster for many similar to the bench press. They know they look better lighter but associate a number on a device with being muscular.

I will say 100% from the time I was 20 to about 27 years old I would have rather had the scale read a higher number and look worse than look better with a lower number on the scale. It's quite odd when I look back now as a 39 year old.
 

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I don't lie about My weight(190 currently rehabbing an elbow fracture)...I'll be lean/hard 200-205 by summer & folk will ask if I'm 220-230

My age different story LOL
 

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I don’t lie but maybe I have slightly exaggerate a time or two if someone
feels the need to ask. And never and I mean Never have I cut myself short! :)
Worked to hard for each and every pound.
Signed
Skinny Bulker
 

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Nick must be running out of topics. All I can say is who gives a shit, it's a visual sport anyway.
 

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No as I try not to lie about anything in life. I find it weird when people tell little lies all the time. This is definitely more common than some people think. I bet there are a lot of bigger guys who add another 20 pounds to their real weight. Although some guys are deceiving to look at and if they have big legs it can bump up their weight massively (Antoine Vaillant is a good example).
 

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No as I try not to lie about anything in life. I find it weird when people tell little lies all the time. This is definitely more common than some people think. I bet there are a lot of bigger guys who add another 20 pounds to their real weight. Although some guys are deceiving to look at and if they have big legs it can bump up their weight massively (Antoine Vaillant is a good example).

What is funny is I actually did lie the other month and it stands out to me because it felt weird. Plus I told such a shit lie it made no difference. I am 38 and was out with my mates. A stunning girl started talking to me and we chatted for a bit. She looked young and I am always honest but I know it puts many off so when she asked my age I said I was 36... like 2 years would make a difference :D She looked so disappointed and said to me I thought you were about 29. I asked how old she was... 19. So she was half my age. I like younger girls but even that is cutting it for me but she was stunning. It didn't matter anyway as my 36 had instantly put her off and off she went. Moral of the story if you are going to lie at least make it a good one :D
 

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No as I try not to lie about anything in life. I find it weird when people tell little lies all the time. This is definitely more common than some people think. I bet there are a lot of bigger guys who add another 20 pounds to their real weight. Although some guys are deceiving to look at and if they have big legs it can bump up their weight massively (Antoine Vaillant is a good example).

My memory is too awful to be a good lier. The good ones must have a memory like a steel trap. Not me.
 

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