no one told me that working out would ruin my chances at wearing skinny jeans.
can i get these tailored to look more /fa/
They only looks silly once you are squatting plus 2x bodyweight . I use to be a skeleton and started getting compliments around there.
You are free to deadlift as much as you want. Also if you focus on strength and keep volume relatively low your squats can get pretty high without your legs exploding.
That's because squatting and other strength exercises produce no mass. You fell for the strength meme, my dude.
post pic. there's no fucking way you fit in skinny jeans and squat 295. your waist is either 36" and you're 5'4 or you're lying.
I had to stop squating more than 250 cause I couldn't even fit in slim jeans (20" thigh at 30" waist). Skinny jeans are like 17" thigh at 30"
5'6 and waist floats around 29" and 30". i should measure my thighs now that you bring it up
>>12435263 and >>12435284 are right, high weight, low volume makes you strong. probably still ottermode or dyel according to /fit/ standards
>outlift most of my peers
>balanced muscle groups
>swim for killer workouts, shoulders, keep everything lean
>easily fit into most clothes
strength training + swimming for cardio, highly recommended
that's a pretty lofty generalisation there
if you're fat they're obviously not going to look good, that goes for most styles
"fit fine" does not mean it looks good. unless you're a tall guy with small thighs and calves, waist and butt and skinny overall, you'll look fucking ridiculous. just being skinny is not even a guarantee for them to look okay, requires a certain type of body and the perfect proportions for that kind of fit. if you had the idea that working out would not cause a problem, you probably never even were one of those people who could pull them off in the first place. why do you want to wear skinny jeans so badly anyway?