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one thing I noticed lately by watching bodybuilding shows was that they all had like pretty good developed faces and if you looked to their background from where they came (starting of their lifting career) they where most of the time pretty jacked from the start.
could be just the great genetics for building muscles also.
One thing to keep in mind is that a lot of pro bodybuilders use HGH which can make their jaws, cheekbones and brow ridges grow, look at some bodybuilders who has used HGH when they were young compared to when they were older and you can see that differance.
@kilroy agree with that man I noticed that as well with Phil Heath, Kai Greene, Dexter Jackson but from the start of their career they didn’t have a bad facial development either.
My broscientific guess: more muscle mass -> more prenatal testosterone and better development -> better bones, FWHR , etc
The facial features of men are determined by testosterone. In contrast to estrogen, it promotes the growth of bone tissue: the jaws become angular, the chin is pronounced, the eyes are small, and the brow ridges increase. Eyebrows become thicker, lips – thin.
In turn, bodybuilders take many muscle-building supplements that contain testosterone. On the website https://purerawz.co/product/rad-140-testolone/ , you can find examples of such substances.
However, testosterone can also be produced naturally by exercising and adjusting the hormonal background in the body with nutrition and lifestyle.
See this post I made about this topic. Within it, there is an external link as well that goes into depth about muscle strength and facial features: