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I heard adam say on interview that he doesn't really hit the gym that much. How do you have arms like this naturally? Was I the only person to notice this on TV?

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Activity and genetics.  They aren't really above average all that much...he is just lean

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Surfing would help for sure.

Some people are just built like this. - like TN94z said - genetics

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It's a warm climate thing. Sun's out? Guns out!

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He's 32. That helps.

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He lifts enough.
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Probably been surfing all his life.

Everyone in Oz seems to be like this, probably because they only wear shorts for 10 months of the year.

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How much muscle mass do you gain from surfing? He's either lifting or been lifting.
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Originally Posted by TN94z

Activity and genetics.

Yep, I have a very similar physique and that's where I get it from

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Originally Posted by zipazoid

He's 32. That helps.

that's even more impressive. Most 32yr olds aren't in shape.

in the playoff he hits a 3wood on the tee while angel hits a iron and I believe the iron went longer.(or about the same)

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Originally Posted by golf55

that's even more impressive. Most 32yr olds aren't in shape.

Most 32-year-olds aren't professional golfers.

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I'm sure he lifts. Most PGA players these days put more importance on physical fitness. Like some others have already said, it's not that he's jacked, he's just lean. When you're thin and with the proper diet, it doesn't take much weight lifting to build that amount of muscle.

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Activity and genetics.  They aren't really above average all that much...he is just lean

His arms aren't above average? Lol. Yeah, you get well defined massive biceps without lifting. Sorry, but that's just a silly statement. They may be average biceps for an NBA player, but he may have the largest arms on the PGA tour.

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Originally Posted by MyrtleBeachGolf

His arms aren't above average? Lol. Yeah, you get well defined massive biceps without lifting. Sorry, but that's just a silly statement.

They may be average biceps for an NBA player, but he may have the largest arms on the PGA tour.

+1 MyrtleBeachGolf. Maybe he hasn't lifted in awhile, be he had to have had to sometime in his life and not a trivial amount either. The average person I see is carrying at least an extra 25 pounds and that's not in muscle.

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