Priest: chest, back, leg seperation.
Martinez: conditioning, left quad and quads overall
Heath: chest, width (if that counts, not really a bodypart)
Dexter: calves, that's about it.
Jay: geez.... conditioning, right quad, right bicep, arms overall, conditioning, waist/midsection
Freeman:.....he's pretty complete actually. maybe overall more size. his conditioning can be spotty but otherwise great.
Greene: see Freeman's assesment, minus the conditioning issue.
Wolf: Back.....but only parts of it. superb width, needs more density. for the love of God, stop lying to us and saying you're deadlifting. i've seen his training vids and it's like entirly freaking machines. my favorite pro, but he needs to start training like a man. other than that calves. otherwise superb though.
I thought Lee Priest's assessments of the Arnold and Aussie summed up most of the guys pretty well. Vic will be interesting once he has recovered from his knee surgery fully and put the leg mass back on.
those are fine assessments (though i don't agree with the kai analysis, nor the wolf conditioning) i was trying to stick to "bodyparts" as much as possible as that's what the thread is not so much structure as you're alluding to here.
dex's left arm? wat??
i was referring to his clavicles not his lat width. i actually think his lat development is pretty darn good and goes rather underrated.Quote
^ i stared for a couple minutes and i can maybe see a very small tricep difference. but honestly if i stared at every pros arms like that i could probably find asymmetry issues with all of them. i think an asymmetry should have to be decently noticeable for it to count against someone. not seeing it there dude