‘Tree Man’ Is the Latest Internet Sensation and Everyone Wants to Grab a Branch

When Twitter user @vickto_willy published a series of tweets along with a photo saying, “This is not a man, this is a tree” — the Internet fell in love.

Meet Danny Jones.

Jones is a 31-year-old fitness athlete and online personal trainer based in Southern California. At 6’7″, and he is simply delicious.

He has over 500K followers on Instagram and he is totally massive. He works hard for that body which he proudly displays on Instagram. Here are some of his hottest photos:

Get out! Get active! Rain, sun, blazing heat or freezing cold-psych yourself out and go do something!

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If you have trouble growing your legs, read below! . I used to be THAT guy. I could bench press over 400lbs and curl my way to the moon, but NEVER worked out my legs. Hadn’t done a squat since freshman year of high school (not joking) . I was always really skinny growing up and all I cared about was getting big arms, a chest like Arnold and shoulders that would scare little children haha. So what did I do? Upper body training, all day every day. . What was the result? A massively developed upper half sitting on top of toothpicks. Once I realized how unproportionate my body was, I was INSANELY self-conscious about my legs-especially in relation to my upper body. It didn’t help when all the “skipping leg day” memes hit IG . It wasn’t until about 3.5 years ago that I started training my legs and didn’t really get serious about it until about 2 years ago. This may seem like a long time, but in bodybuilding its not. It took me 10 years to build my upper body NATURALLY to its current state. It’s been a journey, but these wheels are finally starting to catch up to my upper half. . My tips on growing your legs as quickly as possible: . 1. Train them twice a week minimum. . 2. Volume! I prefer to get a minimum of 12 reps in, every single set. Minimum 4 sets per exercise. Ensure you are achieving hypertrophy. . 3. EAT! Get yourself in a caloric surplus every day. In other words, eat more calories than you burn. Of those calories, shoot for 1g of protein per pound of body weight. . 4. Maximize post-workout nutrition. Incorporate a high glycemic carb and hydrolyzed protein after every single workout. I’ve got you covered on this, just ask. . 5. Be patient. You will go months without seeing any noticeable changes. Remember though, this shit is science. Resistance tears the muscle. Nutrition builds the muscle back bigger. . 6. Stop comparing yourself to others! I took 6 photos of my legs last night. This was the best one and most flattering. I’m flexing my legs here. No one looks as good as they do online. Focus on you and no one else UNLESS you use that person as motivation. . Email me if you have any questions on my online training! . dannyjonesfitness@yahoo.com .

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Cinco de Mayo? Ooooor Cinco de Thighs-Grow? #thegrindcontinues #happycincodemayo #happylegday #takethatfrance

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Are you getting out of your comfort zone? . Are you pushing yourself to a point that feels unpleasant? . Are you repeatedly putting yourself in situations that challenge you and force you to overcome them? . Well, you should be. . I’ve realized that bodybuilding is a lot like life. If you want to grow, you are required to experience discomfort. The more discomfort, the more you grow. Resistance=Growth. . The moment we get comfortable and stop providing that resistance, we stop growing. . Imagine how amazing and well-rounded of a person you could become if you got out of your comfort zone once a day and did something that used to be “off limits” to you. . Inside and outside of the gym, I challenge you to do things that are difficult and to create a personal environment where nothing is off limits. . If you’ve made it this far in the caption, comment what you’re going to do this week that is out of your comfort zone. Maybe commenting something personal on my post is something you wouldn’t normally do… great, you’ve already got a head start! . Let’s get better together! .

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Current condition straight off the snap . dannyjonesfit .

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Spring break is almost here! #thatsahand #notapenis

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What are friends for afterall…thought I do sometimes wonder what it would be like to go to the fridge past midnight without getting judged

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