I realise genetics play a major part in bodybuilding and for that reason I do not believe that todays top pros are anything like the best in the world (potential wise). Think about it, out of you friends (that you dont know from the gym), how many go the gym? From that number, how many train properly? Then eat properly? And finally take the correct supplements and steroids?? And thats where you are, imagin how many people are hardcore bbers in the deserts of Africa. Not many, the point is that only a tiny % of the population, workout properly and a minute % take it seriously enuff to be a proper bodybuilder. Therefore the odds are theres millions of people out there with better genetics than some top pros. Which leads me to the question. If I dedicated my life to bodybuilding, (from training,thru food,sleep and steroids) could I be a pro bodybuilder?? (Remember that programe on that 8year old whose dad had been forcing him to train and feeding him steroids since he was 3, he coulda been a pro and the odds are against him being genetically gifted, theres a post on it). Point is I rekon that while genetics obviously do play a massive part in bodybuilding, too fewer people take part in it for the pros to be anywhere near (potential wise) the best in the world. It just pisses me off when people go on about how you could never achieve that kinda body when (mathmatically speaking) if you decided to quit your life and become a hardcore bodybuilder, you could probably be just as good as them!! Anyone agree/disagree?