Why haven't you shaved your chest, /fit/?
I just unveiled 3 years of hidden gains with this one weird trick.
>Implying women don't love hairless muscled up men
OP here, I was always a pretty heavy sweater, and I have always had a pretty full bodied upper torso, but I usually kept it trimmed. But gosh diddly doo dang it I already notice a difference. It really is much colder
only low test betas shave since 99% of men who shave their chests don't have much to shave in the first place and and they realize that being completely shaven looks better than a few wild ugly hairs that their limited test is able to produce
Chest-hairiness correlates with 3α-androstanediol glucuronide, but not testosterone. 3α-androstanediol glucuronide is apparently a product of testosterone being used. However, testosterone itself doesn't correlate with chest-hairiness.
I shave pubes, balls, and pretty much everywhere down to where my boxers stop. I also shave chest and shoulders. I look so much more aesthetic, like i gained 10 pounds of muscle and lost 5% bodyfat. Hair only really work with women over 25 and with gay bottoms
Where the hell are you, I found her too
i trim once in a while when my hair grows to long and starts to curl, shirts fit nicer if it's shorter closer to the skin, looks a bit weird the first few days though, shaved once, never again, it itched so much had to scratch chest all the time, people would see it and look weird
Sweet. I usually shave my chest, back, armpits, balls, arms and shoulders because I'm hairy as fuck, I leave half an inch of length on my chest but that's it. My new gf however says she wants me to be hairy everywhere so I literally don't have to shave at all anymore. It's so fucking good, used to spend ages on it
Let's see if someone can out JUST me body hair/hair wise
> receding hairline
> a few chesthairs
> nipple hairs
> shoulder and upperarm hairs
seriously my upper arms and shoulders are covered in hairs. at least my back isn't that fucking hairy
Weird how girls have massively different tastes. Doing fieldwork in uni and it was getting ridiculously hot so the guys took our shirts off and some girls came up and were desperate to feel my back and chest and others were pretty put off by the hair. Attraction seems pretty specific to girls whereas men aren't gonna complain if there's some hair on a girl.
I have more chest hair than most grown men in their 30's and i mean its all over in my clavicle, on my shoulders, traps and all over my back
Idk i just have some pretty crazy hormones or genetics for hair growth or something.
I actually hate the favt i have so much hair especially on my shoulders and clavicle area since its so rare for me to see. I had shoulder hair that curled in 8th grade believe it or not.
Im 6'4 as well so idk i just got lucky with genetics in these departments
I have shit genetics for other things like my forearms no matter how much i train them those bitches are small same with my bis and tris
I have 16' arms been lifting since december 2015
Bench 225 for 6 reps
Deadlift 315 max (shit is hard when tall)
Squat 315 for 1 on a good day
But yeah shaving is a pain in the fucking ass
Enough people on /fit/ told me my body hair looked like shit so I shaved last night. It does look better family
i'm 23 and that's my "chest" hair
is there any chances i will get real chest hair
I dunno man, I don't like fucking hairy women, so I consider it only a courtesy to make sure I am not a hairy ape myself.
Guys, don't shave your chest! Backs and shoulders shouldn't be hairy, but a hairy = MAN. Got my first chest hair at 16, ebtire chest is now covered at 18. Was insecure about it at first, but grills love it. I have yet to meet a girl who didn't like tussling it
I love running my fingers through chest hair and playing with a treasure trail. I won't turn away any body, but I do get extra excited when I see chest hair and a treasure trail.
At the gym right now, will post later if thread is still alive. I'm not caveman hairy, but compared to most guys my age and people at the gym, I'm at the wooly end of the spectrum
I trim my body hair. I found that shaving it just looked dumb for me since I'm actually a man and not a boy. If I just let it grow it's a little too much, though. Trimming is the best of both world, IMO. I look well groomed without trying to look like a teenager.