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Jun 16th
02:05 pm
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WAYF2015IloveDjZac on June 16th, 2015 07:26 pm (UTC)
Ok, not to much muscles, he is perfect. It seems he had a lot of fun. I love to see him happy like that!
kleth on June 17th, 2015 07:21 pm (UTC)
At least on this day, he isn't free-jumping off of cliffs, striving to become the next paraplegic movie star. I will be extremely unhappy if he injures himself in his reckless desire for thrills.
Aliciapop86 on June 17th, 2015 12:00 am (UTC)
He looks great with wet hair. LOL
Beejeezbee on June 17th, 2015 12:36 pm (UTC)
I find this pic so funny... mesmerized by the rope. LOL

countessm3countessm3 on June 18th, 2015 04:56 pm (UTC)
Between Zac and Colton's shirtless pics this week I'm going to have a heart attack:

Big One

Seriously, flawless.
kleth on June 18th, 2015 07:31 pm (UTC)
"Seriously, flawless."

For your purposes, maybe. But just for visual aesthetics, I think he is now too bulky. He should agree. Recall that after building himself up for The Lucky One, he trimmed back down, explaining that he was uncomfortable carrying the extra mass. These days he is certainly meatier than in TLO. I wonder what changed. Maybe all the notice he has gotten for his physique in the past couple of years has awakened a craving for attention. He bulks up, gets a lot of attention, bulks up more, gets more attention, a feedback loop. I hope this isn't his new addictive behavior.

Come back to us, Zac! We loved you just the way you were in Neighbors. You know what they say about too much of a good thing...
countessm3countessm3 on June 20th, 2015 07:02 pm (UTC)
I hope this isn't his new addictive behavior.

LOL. I often joke that addiction is like "Whack the Mole". Every time you whack one addiction another one pops up. You spend a lot of time whacking all these moles, trying to get them all down at the same time, but you can't. The best you can do is recognize something that pops up (potential addiction), work the program and wait for the next mole.

I hate those GD moles.

Zac's a perfectionist (really?! I had no idea), so he's going to take his physical prowess as far as he can - as most of us do - but he's going to have to be mindful that bodybuilding, even cardio with its runner's high and endorphin release - can be addictive. Body Dysmorphic Disorder (reverse anorexia where one is never big enough) is VERY COMMON in professional bodybuilders. They abuse steroids to get big (but they don't own that muscle. You don't own muscle that disappears when you go off roids. You own only that which you worked hard for and keep).

Yes, Zac likes the attention. Any "too short", "too fat" (I was the fat kid up to my junior year, and was the subject of bullying) or "too skinny" kid teased in high school who works hard to transform themselves can get hooked on the positive reinforcement that results from their metamorphosis. But you got to recognize your limitations, and we perfectionists hate doing that. For instance, I have short legs. After 20 years of working out, I still have short legs and nothing short of that medieval torture rack "stretcher" will make them any longer. I could shoot myself with Winstrol, though, and make them and my butt lean and mean, but I'm not going to do that. Whenever I look at my figure and think "I look like Barney the Dinosaur", I remember that Colton Haynes also has short legs and an Autobahn of a torso, and his torso is one of the most sought after torso's in the world (the underwear people love him). My torso is like Colton's (less defined than his 8-pack abs), so mine must be beautiful too.

Do everything you can with your weaknesses, limitations, and then focus on your strengths. Zac knows he's good-looking, but I still think underneath it all he's sensitive about being vertically challenged and maybe not a "big" dude).