So there is no such thing as tone correct? When someone says tone they mean absence of fat correct? But can tone not also mean muscle hardness? Now the real question I want to ask is if muscle hardness is due to it's development or the mack of fat covering it? Say I'm doing curls beside someone who has the same bf as I do but their arms are more developed and harder by feel is that not a form of tone? Or would it be called density? I kinda thought of the two as interchangeable.
Just an extra note I have looked at some of the more technical articles on tone on the other sites and admit they are a bit beyond my comprehension at this point. A layman explanation would be nice.