Bodybuilding and bodybuilding related topics are trending on Facebook.
Now, there are a few men who aren’t quite the slimy beasts that have been on our screens in the past few years.
Here are a couple of skinny dudes who may be the next big thing in fitness and physique.
Dylan Boggs is an 18-year-old senior at Southside High School in the Philadelphia suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Boggs recently began a two-week strength and conditioning program for his senior year, which includes a weekly squat and deadlift, and he hopes to get stronger for his sophomore year.
He also has an eye on his senior season, when he is going to compete at the College World Series.
Biggs’ strength and fitness is the perfect fit for his body type, said trainer and former world champion Eric J. Johnson, who works out with Bogg.
“The main thing I’ve noticed is that he doesn’t have that huge muscle mass.
He’s not quite a giant guy, but he’s definitely very muscular,” Johnson said.
“His legs and arms are very solid and he has really good form.”
Dylan, who is 5 feet 8 and 190 pounds, said he had been training with a local bodybuilder named Josh B. and he was impressed with the way he trained him.
“Josh is such a good guy,” Dylan said.
He said he also has seen him work out with other bodybuilders and coaches, and they all seem to have a lot of success.
Dylans training partner, Josh B., works out at the gym in his hometown of Southside.
(Courtesy Dylan Bogg, Courtesy Josh B.)
Bogg said he would like to continue working out with Josh after he graduates.
Bodies such as Bogg and Bogg are not new to the fitness scene, said Joe Dickson, a personal trainer at the Philadelphia-based Power Fitness, which is located on the city’s north side.
“He’s always been very passionate about his body and training,” Dickson said.
The two met while Dickson was coaching Bogg in the gym.
“I’m a big believer in bodybuilding.
He wanted to work out and he wanted to get his body in shape.
He was very passionate.
He loves his body,” Dinson said.
Biggs said he doesn