Marc Lobliner shows you that challenges of finding a suit that fits.

An individual who endeavors to build a well muscled physique will see tons of benefits come their way. Depending on their end goal, they can either strike fear into the hearts of their enemies, impress onlookers with their physique, or prove to be talented and built enough to take part in competitions. The whole ideology behind bodybuilding in the first place is to build quality muscle and improve upon your perceived weaknesses. But with any of the benefits of becoming a massive bodybuilders there are also drawbacks that can prove to make even the most mundane of situations become an arduous and frustrating task.

One obstacle that a bodybuilder with a massive frame has to contend with is most certainly the endeavor of shopping for clothes. As an average sized individual it can prove difficult to find clothing that you both really like and the fits your body frame the best. For a bodybuilder the issue is pretty much the same…times one hundred.

Shopping for a bodybuilder consists of undergoing a countless amount of time not only finding something that you wish to wear, but also something that makes sense to alter. That’s right. The reality of the situation is that altering a piece of clothing is ultimately going to be end result of any clothe shopping endeavor. A bodybuilder will want to purchase clothing that not only fits their frame, but is also comfortable at the same time.

Marc Lobliner of Tiger Fitness understands that issue fairly well himself. A bodybuilder with considerable muscle mass, Lobliner can’t simply rely on buying clothing, particularly a suit, to be fitted well right out of the gate. The likelihood is that alterations must be made and for the that reason shopping can truly be a pain in the ass. Take a look at what the average bodybuilder has to go through in order to get a decent article of clothing.

What other nonsense do you face as a bodybuilder in your every day life? Let us know in the comments and forums. Also, be sure to follow Generation Iron on Facebook and Twitter.

 

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