Note from Chase: Ross is one of the members of the new Girls Chase forums. He's one of the posters who emerged early on as a guy with clearly a good handle on dating and seduction, meting out solid advice to posters in need. He expressed interest in writing a piece for the site on weight-lifting and building a better body, and since this is something guys have been asking about on here for some time, I told him I'd be thrilled to have him write something up.
You can sculpt some in the gym, but others have already been fated by genetics sorry. Either way, this will give you some insight on what females prefer. Lucky for you, you can sculpt your abs ; no such luck with changing your face.
When men talk about what, outside of personality, they find super attractive about a certain womanthe list usually involves a lot of body parts. But when women describe what they find attractive about a man, it often comes down to body language; the way he walks, the way he holds a glass, and even the way he buttons his shirt can be huge, inexplicable turn-ons. Herein, allow us to present a brief list of some of the non-sexual sexy things guys do that women have revealed to be huge turn-ons.
Every man is dying to know what male body parts turn women on the most. You can tell a lot by a mans hands and in my opinion is the big indicator of just how manly a man actually is. I wanted to know what other woman thought about this, so I asked women and their responses actually shocked me and will definitely be a motivator for you to haul your butt to the gym. This is why I love us women.
It should come as no surprise, then, that ladies think in the same way. According to a study by online health provider Dr Felix, 24 per cent of women found the chest to be the most attractive part of a man, and 13 per cent opted for the stomach area, meaning that combined, the torso had more pulling power than any other appendage. Which is reassuring in more ways than one.
We wanted to figure out which male body types women would find the most attractive, as well as which body types men thought women would find the most attractive. To do this, we ran an informal study, surveying a little over people to see which bodies they preferred. The results surprised us.
First and foremost, a very important thanks to science for confirming one of my lifelong, Liz Lemon-approved beliefs: Feet are not sexy. A study conducted by British and South African universities asked participants mostly students to rank 41 body parts for "ability to facilitate sexual arousal" on a scale of 1 to Men and women mostly ranked body parts in the same, somewhat expected order genitals, lips, ears, and inner thighs all got high scoresand interestingly, the research seems to indicate that men have plenty of erogenous zones despite the common theory that they've got a one-track mind where being touched is concerned.
We'll wait. Ok, have you done that? If she said anything other than "massive rippling abs", "oiled bulging biceps", or "pecs that can dance up and down on command", there's a good chance she's lying to you out of kindness, according to a new study from Griffith University, Queensland.