I can honestly say that I am both fans of "modern" bodybuilders, old-school bodybuilders, and "middle-school" bodybuilders (the guys who are "on the edge" of reaching the modern era of MONSTROSITY).
The way I see it, bodybuilding is either an art or a sport depending on how you percieve it. The "artistic" aspect of it comes from men building the ultimate adonis physique. The athletic aspect of it is more about who is leaner or who is bigger.
I know nothing about bodybuilding, but I do know that it has "evolved" over the years. Much like how powerlifting have bigger numbers now compared to the times of its conception (when no one has yet to bench press 500 pounds), bodybuilders now are bigger and leaner.
So do you like it the way it is???????? Has the advances of steroids influence the sport "for the better?"
What are your thoughts on this?