Type: Posts; User: Roshaan1
strong arms nd delts! Chest is kinda lacking tho! But great stuff for only 1 year
look at avi
not bad, that's more than what I lifted at 14 and I remember as being as one of the more tougher guys! so I guess that's good keep lifting and once you your lifts increase think about powerlifting
why do you not look strong?
lol he never said he gained 30 lbs during the vacation! and he's 208 plus your 140...140! srsly don't talk big if your small af!
Train your whole body rest is upto genetics!
strong advice too bad your only 130 lbs brah
I'd say around 18%, you have muscle and when you cut will look a lot better! I say cut all the way to 10-12% should take around 3-4 months! And dw most of the weight you gained is just water weight...
uh I think your bodyfat is round 16% and to get to 8-10% you'll weigh 175ish
bulk your still lean, and a 103 kg bench I wouldn't say is strong enough to cut! good work tho
@ Jedibrah you fat kunt go on a cut and when you get down to a 170 lbs then talk big
LOL and the funny thing is your 174 ahahahaha
eat carbs post workout! LOL simple sugars thing is a myth, or at least didn't work for me
The exercises seem fine, I would switch it up like this day 1: chest/tri, day 2: back, day3: off, day 4: Legs, day 5: Shoulders and Biceps
^ This pretty much! Key in gaining weight will be nutrition, as for training just get on any beginner's program like Starting strength or 5x5 etc. and make sure your at a very high calorie surplus...
your a noob so your strength will increase because you just started! but your mass should also increase...i'd say fix your eating habits and lift proper
he's at a really low bodyfat! but still his legs aren't that big!
Depends you should try to eat the best you can from whole foods and whatever your lacking get from the whey. I take 2 scoops during workout days and 1 scoop during rest days. I usually get around...
Lift heavy as you can only around 6-10 reps but with good form. Also focus on compound movements to gain mass, like bench press, deadlifts, rows, squats, overhead presses, pull-ups etc. Bicep curls...
You look like your new to lifting, I'd suggest just eat around your maintenance or maybe 200 calories above your maintenance but make sure you eat clean, with all the right types of macronutrients,...