I remember when I started transitioning from powerlifting to bodybuilding I told myself I didn't want to be the guy who posted mostly photos of his own body. Now here I am, posting mostly photos of my body. What I didn't understand was the reason is very much like always posting your squat/bench/deadlifts as a powerlifter, it's showing your progress (good or bad.) In powerlifting it's all about building strength in your lifts. In bodybuilding it's all about, well, building your body.
So the pics aren't meant as a means of showing off. Trust me when I tell you while I know I'm in good shape for the average person, I'm absolutely NOTHING for a bodybuilder. I pick myself apart like most people do, and shouldn't. That said I'm still proud of my progress. I'm by far the leanest I've ever been. I've worked hard and been crazy diligent with my macros for the last 22 weeks. Why shouldn't I be proud and show what's possible? Especially considering this has been done with no food restrictions and minimal cardio. Maybe you don't desire to be a bodybuilder, but if someone can get into probably single digit body fat (honestly don't know) surely you can lose a little bit of weight and include some ice cream in your life... Right?
Anywho, I've actually been holding back from posting my body too much and I think it was in fear of people getting tired of me always "showing off." Which considering I always say screw what other people think, that's pretty lame. So buckle up, cause they're probably going to start coming more fast and furious. If you don't like that kind of thing? I totally understand, and you don't have to follow if you don't want. No hard feelings at all. If you do like it? Well then enjoy the upcoming ride.
P.S. A little ironic I took this photo trying to show my arms and when I look at my arm I think "meh" but I also think "woah, check out that back though."