Anyway, I wanted to address something that's been bugging the crap out of me. Atilla the Hun once said, "Superficial goals lead to superficial results."
Likewise, half-ass efforts lead to half-ass results. If you want something badly enough, then you must commit fully and COMPLETELY to doing everything to achieve your goal. This applies especially to physique training and dieting. If you're not willing to do both diet and exercise, then you should expect and be happy with a half-ass result of a physique.
But if you're not happy with being average and you want an extraordinary physique, then quit bitching about it and make an extraordinary commitment to doing everything you are supposed to do to get the body you want. No excuses.
Full commitment means hard work and effort, but it also means objectively analyzing what you're doing wrong and what you're doing that's not effective. Don't hold on to misinformation fed to you. If you hold on to the belief that exercising on machines and bouncy blue balls for 15 minutes a day for 2 weeks will get you the warrior physique, then you've been seriously brainwashed by fat-cat marketers. The Greeks and Romans didn't have machines or bouncy balls or fancy equipment. And yet they developed physiques that were literally works of art.
You have to think of training and dieting as a military campaign: it is an all-out assault. Take no prisoners. No compromise. Commit fully, and you will succeed. Hesitate, and you will fail.