I am trying to remember something. Actually, I am trying to remember if I ever found anyone's physique inspiring. I certainly find some physical accomplishments inspiring. For example, I am inspired by people who can do back-handsprings on a balance beam. I am inspired by people who can run a marathon. I am inspired by people who have amazing flexibility and rhythm. But, to find someone's muscularity/physique inspiring... I never have.
In all the years that I worked at the gym, I have never found muscularity inspiring. I can appreciate the work that goes into building a certain body type. Honestly, I kinda find people who build large muscles boring. Do you know the kind of dedication it takes to do that? You have to eat a certain way, work out a certain way, live a certain way. You have to "live" the gym and we all know how much character and culture can be built there. People who avoid cake or cookies are definitely boring. The phrase, "I don't eat carbs.", makes me want to wretch. No sugar in your diet? Then you must be tasteless.
Then there are the people who are in constant search for a six pack. It's in the beer cooler in the last aisle. Try the Delirium Noctornum - the hoppy sweetness is well-balanced with the chocolatey finish. Six-pack abs are the ultimate in sacrifice; unless you are genetically-blessed. Anyone who achieves it is either cutting out a major food group or has inherited some gene. Don't get me wrong. It's achievable. But you have to make sacrifices. Like bread, for instance.
It just all seems so futile, so self-centered. Please, by all means, keep in shape. Absolutely, go to the gym and stay healthy. Definitely, eat properly... most of the time. Sugar is not your enemy. Enormous amounts of sugar is. Unless you are allergic or have dependency issues, then have some cheese or a glass of wine. It's okay. Fried food is not your enemy. Super-sized fried food is.
And please, please, please, above all else, don't brag about how you have sacrificed your enjoyment to build your muscles. You sound very boring. Let alone unattractive. Later.