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I don't know when it became a thing but in the last few years, being a gym rat is seen as something negative.
Oh, you're always at the gym, don't you have a social life?!? No. I do not.
You're benching AGAIN? Yes, I want big pecs.
Don't you have any other hobbies? Not really, lifting is my jam. Some might say addiction.
They respond, “uhhh you're such a gym rat.” As if worshipping at the temple of iron is a bad thing.
You are about this life. Good. It is in your blood. You love lifting and it shows.
It is time to reclaim the phrase Gym Rat with our good pal Jim Ratt. He loves three things: lifting heavy, getting a pump and his dear Mother (also he might be addicted to Creatine).
Keep in mind the MAJOR difference in sizing is just the length (most tank sizes in the chest area fit pretty similar). At 5'10 and 180lb, I wear a size Large.
I would say the following sizes would work as a rule.
If you are below 5'4 (or female) get Small
If you are between 5'5'-5'10 (and/or a small or medium build) get Medium
If you are between 5'7-5'11 (and/or a medium+ build) get Large
If you are between 5'9-6'1 (and/or have quite a lot of muscle) get X-Large
If you are 6'0+ (until maximum height 6'5) get XXL
Women should wear the S or M. Most guys are either M or L (or if you are jacked/are taller, XL). Personally I like to wear the L or XL (whereas for t-shirts I usually wear a M or for leg day a L).
Made of 88% Polyester, 8% Raylon, 4% Spandex. Machine wash on cold.