- Art DeVany brought this to my attention when I first logged onto the Internet. He noted that the X look for men was a sign of health. Men, he notes, should have broad shoulders, a thin waist, powerful buttocks and thighs, and not worry about their showy arms. Women, on the other hand, would show fertility with an hourglass figure with a narrow waist "bordered" by a rounder top and bottom.
Saturday, 9 October 2010
The More You Lift the Worse You Look
Dan John has posted an interesting article that picks up on Art DeVany's concept of the X-look (a consequence of function over form):