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Old 07-18-2015, 11:21 AM
Location: brooklyn, new york, USA
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um you can just use synthol injections to fill out the areas of the forearm so that they are in proportion with the rest of the arm. i thought you would already know this as you are in bodybuilding...
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Old 07-21-2015, 09:39 AM
Location: SW Florida
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Well, I am not a man but can understand still about small wrists. Mine are very tiny, while rest of me is more normal and not overly skinny (more toned) Anyways, people have made comments and makes me insecure also about it, plus I cant wear bracelets or watches. Its also genetic as my mom and grandma are the same way. Nothing can change it unfortunately, that I know of. I just hate when people comment about it, really people have no life!
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Old 07-22-2015, 04:07 AM
Location: Sydney, Australia
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Maybe since you're muscular your forearms and wrists would appear relatively "smaller"? It could always be an illusion.

Try gaining fat. A lot of fat men have big wrists and forearms. Instead of surgery and working out, just eat a lot. Maybe your wrists and forearms would benefit from the fat and appear bulkier.

Say, I've noticed bodybuilders (with massive bodies) that have rather skinny faces. Maybe for you, you have it bad with the forearms. I guess not every part of a man's body bulks up when he's muscular. Myself for instance, my legs appear much more "stubbier" than my arms and wrists, which are rather slender. And I don't even walk a lot, nor workout.

I think you're worrying too much about it. Like what the above poster said, women are more drawn to the guy's face. If you're built, then that's even better (a lot of men would die to have your build). So try not to worry so much...You're being petty.

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