I've seen some pics of Arnold when he was really young (age:20), and in some of the pics/vids of him (age 20) the very bottom of his chest looks slightly thicker then compared to some pics/vids of him in his prime (age:27/28). Almost as if while his whole chest was growing, the very bottom grew as well but got thinner?
My question is, AS YOUR VERY LOWER CHEST GROWS would it EVER start to physically get thinner? I don't mean atrophy, and I know the fibers don't "grow thinner". Once the muscle grows so big it starts to succumb to gravity, although slightly (like Branch Warren, Ronnie, or Arnold's chest). Well as it grows, it droops down more although slightly, again b/c gravity, and basically it looks like the chest gets longer as overall it gets bigger. As it starts to droop more, would it do it in such a way that the bottom becomes thinner and then keep getting thinner as it's growing and as this process continues?...Even though the fibers are still technically growing bigger?
For example, Ronnie Coleman (back in his prime)... if his chest were to keep growing... as it drooped down more, grant it slightly b/c of gravity, would it do it in such a way that the bottom gets thinner? OR would the bottom continue to get thicker and LOOK like it gets thicker?
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