You Can Look Ripped AF Without Going To The Gym With This Muscle Man Bodysuit

Everyone wants to look buff/strong, but putting in the hard work to get there is kinda, well, lame. I mean, who wants to have to watch their diet, lift weights, exercise regularly, and put in so much effort just to get ripped? (Plenty of people, I know, but I’m not one of them.) If you’re someone who wants to look like you’re ready for the Mr. Universe competition without any effort, you might want to grab this muscle man bodysuit to do all the hard work for you.

  1. This incredible item comes courtesy of Taobao seller Smitizen. If you’re not familiar with Taobao, it’s a Chinese e-commerce site that sells basically anything and everything you could ever want. Think of it as a Chinese eBay in a way, only with millions more items. This muscle man bodysuit is but one of the amazing offerings you’ll find there.
  2. They’re made from 100% medical-grade silicone. All you need to do to look like Arnold Schwarzenegger is slide it on over your head like you would a t-shirt and that’s it, you’re a total unit. It even comes in various sleeve lengths, from sleeveless (in case you’re only worried about the abs), short-sleeve (if biceps and abs are your priority), or full-length, as seen above.
  3. They even have a lower body cast. For some people, they want the full package and wouldn’t be happy just looking hench from the waist up. In those situations, you can go for a whole bodysuit, because yes, they exist too.
  4. Yes, it’ll probably be pretty hot in there. Because these suits are made of 100% silicone and because the hotter weather is coming, chances are you’ll be sweating up a storm inside this thing. Probably not ideal for long-term wear, but hey, maybe you’ll sweat so much under there that your natural abs will come shining through!
Jennifer has been the managing editor of Bolde since its launch in 2014. Before that, she was the founding editor of HelloGiggles and also worked as an entertainment writer for Bustle and Digital Spy. Her work has been published in Bon Appetit, Decider, Vanity Fair, The New York TImes, and many more.
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