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Old 01-25-2012, 01:45 PM   #1
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Default Body lean style general terms.

Here Are The Muscle Definition Terms With Bullet-points (for easy reference).

1. "Full House"

■ When a Person Has a Lot of Fat & Muscle.
■ One Big Mass - No Separation or Distinction Between Body Parts.
■ Strong, but Not Visually Impressive.
■ Stomach Protrudes a Bit.
■ Think Pro Power Lifter, Wrestler or Football Player.

2. "Hard"

■ Weighs Less than a Full House, but Looks Bigger.
■ A Little Bit of Definition in Best Body Parts.
■ Waist is Smaller and Stomach Doesn't Protrude.
■ Face isn't Fat, But Still Not Defined.
■ Look Good In Clothes, but Still Soft With Shirt Off.

3. "Cut"

■ Part of the Body is Becoming Really Defined.
■ Some Body Parts Blurred By Fat.
■ Look Better With Shirt Off Now.
■ Face Will Become Defined.
■ People Will Consider You in Top Shape.
■ Great from 30 Feet - Not as Much 6 Feet Away.

4. "Defined"

■ Even Definition Over All Body Parts.
■ No Visible Fat on Any Body Part.
If Even One Body Part is Blurred You are "Cut".
■ Look Great In Clothes, But Much More Impressive With Shirt Off.
■ Face Takes On an Angular Look.

5. "Ripped"

■ "Defined" - With Individual Muscle Fibers Showing.
■ All About Dropping Water and a Hard State to Reach.
■ Average in Clothes - Blow People Away With Shirt Off.
■ Face is Really Lean...Too Lean on a Lot of People.
■ Still Display Muscle Definition In a Darker Room.
■ "70% of Bodybuilding Contest Won in this State."

6. "Sliced"

■ Extremely Lean.
■ So Lean "Even Your Dog Will Stare At You."
■ Skinny in Clothes - But Full Transformation With Shirt Off.
■ Cross-Striations and Muscles on Top of Muscles.
■ Can Only Be Held for 24-72 Hours Max.
■ "29% of All Bodybuilding Shows Are Won in this State."

7. "Shredded"

■ Close to Zero Amounts of Water Under the Skin.
■ Almost Seems as if There Isn't Skin Covering the Muscles.
■ Can Only Be Held for a Matter of Hours.
■ A "Shredded" Person Makes a "Cut" Person Look Like a "Full-House".
■ "Shredded Bodybuilders Look Like Rakes in Clothes. When They Take Their Clothes Off at a Weigh-in, However, All the Other Bodybuilders Get the Immediate Urge to Go Home."
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