Bodybuilding Motivational Video: Aesthetic Muscles
Shredded Aesthetic Body
We all know that from boredom does not proceed motivation, and without motivation you cannot train in a high-intensity fashion. If you cannot train in a high-intensity fashion, you will never progress toward your goals of muscular growth and aesthetic muscles (bodily perfection). So, how does one stave off the eventuality of lethargy in one’s training career?
Perhaps the best thing you can do to stay motivated is to look up to people who succeed in accomplishing their dreams. In this motivational video you can see some of these guys that possess truly aesthetic muscles: Jeff Seid, Alon Gabbay, Chris Lavado, and Matt Ogus.
Bodybuilding is a competitive sport in which performance is subordinated to aesthetic beauty (aesthetic muscles). Two people with the same level of muscularity can look extremely different. So what makes a physique aesthetic? Size, shape, proportion, conditioning, symmetry, and balance: combine all of these into one human body and you get amazing aesthetics. This guys have just one ultimate goal: to have a symmetrical, aesthetic physique having every part built as though perfectly formed in accordance with a complex yet flowing mathematical equation.
Building a proportional, symmetrical body takes a special kind of training. It requires more than just pulling heavy deadlifts—it’s an art. It is very common for people to have debates about who is on steroids and who isn’t. Even if they are, you can’t just take anabolic steroids and expect to get ripped. Even with assistance it still takes years of dedication and hard work to get these bodies. These guys have near perfect nutrition and insane discipline. It takes tremendous effort to get a physique like that. It is even harder to keep it. These guys have made a conscious decision to live a certain lifestyle. There are so many people that take steroids and do not look like that. A lot of people who say they train for years and don’t see results, that’s because they also have a life and often have to focus on other things, miss a meal etc.
Each rep, each stretch, each gate means one step closer. Each stride and pull makes your enemies shrink in fear and your allies feel more secure. This isn’t lifting, working out, or jogging. This is a battle. No, this is war.
The best thing to do is focus on yourself and if you choose to be natural, be the best natural you can be.