Is it? When I see pictures of the men with the strong/broad chest/defined pecks, am I right in assuming that these guys were of a medium build before they started training/gym? I mean, I'm naturally thin, and I have nearly no muscle at all on my chest - it's just skin and bone. But when I see other people who do not work out, but are more of an "average" build with a bit of depth to their chest (where the bones don't show), I can imagine them having developed chest muscles if they work out. In general, aren't the distances between the shoulders of naturally thin people's too narrow to accomodate a "broad" chest without it looking as if the head is too small for the body? I tried to find a suitable picture to explain what i mean :tongue: - the first one shows a person who I think is my body type. The second is an example of the classic "broad/defined" chest. Surely it is impossible for the person in the first picture to ever achieve this look because they don't have the correct muscle tone? The third picture is of the actor Cam Gigandet who is a naturally lean guy but has definition in his chest. However, is this the maximum he will reach? Will any amount of training result in achieving a chest like the person in the second picture?