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    Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    I know it is not a topic of enjoyment for most.

    The question is do you guys shave chest hair or only for competing?

    I'm a pretty hairy guy unfortunately and I hate having to dream with it bit look so much better without the hair.

    What so you guys do?

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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    Touchy topic but as a guy with a hairy chest I have often wondered about this as well.


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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    You'll look better shaved, at least I believe I do.




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    Fortunately I don't have any back hair or huge amount of chest hair that I have to worry about shaving. I have a crew cut though because I sweat a lot when lifting.




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    I think that it looks better when it is shaved. I try to keep mine shaved and I have not had any problems with it. So in my mind I think that the best thing is to keep it as low as possible or take it all off. I do not think that you can go wrong with that.




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    Some guys have hair all over though and shaving would be a real pita.


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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    I don't shave my chest usually but I would if I was competing.




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    Use Nair. I have not used it on my chest yet, but it works wonderfully on my back. 7 minute wait after application and the hair wipes right off with a wet cloth.




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    That stuff stinks so bad! Such a bad smell!




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    Quote Originally Posted by TalkAdmin View Post
    That stuff stinks so bad! Such a bad smell!
    It certainly does! I have a really bad sense of smell and even I can tell it is bad smelling, so it must be horrific. It works great, though. I have the wife smear it all over my back for me. Seven minutes later, I wife it off with a damp towel (that I rinse a lot) and presto, a smooth, hairless back! It lasts for a few weeks, too (at least for me). I then take a shower to remove anything I missed.




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    You can get the hair lasered off, or you can get your chest waxed. You can also use some hair remove cream like Nair. You can also use an epilator. All of these options can be found at Amazon except for the laser hair removal. If you google laser hair removal and your city you will be able to find a local clinic that can remove your hair.


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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    It all depends on what you want to have your body to look like. Some people love hairs while some don't fancy it at all, so it's a thing of preference that matters here.

    Personally, I love hairs.




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    Re: Bodybuilding and removing body hair!

    You could try waxing, if you can tolerate the pain - this removes hair from the root, and it last 3 to 4 weeks, but you might want to visit a esthetician for best results.






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