We live in a society where the way you look labels you. If you walk around in a suit all day, you must be someone important, smart, and have lots of money. If you walk around in gym clothes all day you must be some sort of personal trainer or someone in a health field, or possibly someone who doesn’t have a job. If you wear scrubs you’re clearly in the medical field. But what if you wear muscles? Well, you must be a meathead, dumb, inject steroids, spend your entire day in the gym, and look at yourself in the mirror constantly. Where did this stereotype come from? Why do bodybuilders get the cold shoulder from society?