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  • Pretty sure he means 40,000 grams (40kg)....

    Pretty sure he means 40,000 grams (40kg). Question is whether that's per dumbbell or in total.
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    Serious jealousy of those here who don't store...

    Serious jealousy of those here who don't store much belly fat. Apart from love handles, I seem to gain fat entirely on my belly. 3.5 months into a bulk at present and the last semblance of ab...
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    If your goal is adding muscle and size, you need...

    If your goal is adding muscle and size, you need to be going up in bodyweight and adding weight to your lifts. I would consider cutting back on the cardio and definitely prioritise getting at least...
  • Are your dumbbells up to 40kg each, or 40kg...

    Are your dumbbells up to 40kg each, or 40kg total? If you're a beginner, the first should last you a good amount of time, the latter you'll need to upgrade sooner rather than later

    Check out the...
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    Your height is the missing piece of the puzzle -...

    Your height is the missing piece of the puzzle - far more relevant than your age.
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    7 x 42.5kg 7 x 42.5kg 9 x 42.5kg (AMRAP) 23...

    7 x 42.5kg
    7 x 42.5kg
    9 x 42.5kg (AMRAP)

    23 x 42.5kg = 977.5kg (2155lb)

    2155 + 1,635,348 = 1,637,503
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    Would have repped if I could. 'Strength...

    Would have repped if I could. 'Strength Standards' annoy me - genetics play a huge role, I've heard stories of people deadlifting 400lb the first time they touched a barbell, while others take years...
  • Shoot for a surplus of 250 calories while...

    Shoot for a surplus of 250 calories while consistently resistance training - at least half of the gains should be muscle. You'll need to cut to lose fat eventually, but try to bulk for at least 4...
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    I wish that was the case for me - I've been...

    I wish that was the case for me - I've been lifting consistently for 18 months now and my heaviest squat to-date is 70kg for 3 sets of 4. If I can make it to squatting bodyweight (currently 79kg) for...
  • Body dysmorphia - you're not skinny-fat and look...

    Body dysmorphia - you're not skinny-fat and look much better than you described. Putting on muscle is a good goal for you, though. Getting weights would be ideal, but short of that, here's a link...
  • Haha, I meant making a log thread in the 'Workout...

    Haha, I meant making a log thread in the 'Workout Logs' sub forum.
  • The main benefit of supersetting is saving time,...

    The main benefit of supersetting is saving time, however it's fine to wait a little if you're a little gassed by one movement. No need to measure it, though.

    And as others have said, any curl is...
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    I wouldn't worry about any arbitrary strength...

    I wouldn't worry about any arbitrary strength standards. If you're continuing to progress your lifts then you should be happy.
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    1. Sushi 2. Steak & Fries 3. Lemon baked salmon

    1. Sushi
    2. Steak & Fries
    3. Lemon baked salmon
  • Deal with what bothers you most first. If you...

    Deal with what bothers you most first. If you look at the pics in my gallery you'll see I was the epitome of skinny-fat - around 20% body fat with stick arms and a 'normal' BMI. My fatness bothered...
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    Steak & Fries Watermelon Sushi Bean burrito...

    Steak & Fries
    Watermelon
    Sushi
    Bean burrito
    Lemon baked salmon (although I prefer it grilled medium rare with crispy skin)
    Baked cod
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    1. Watermelon 2. Steak Diane 3. Asparagus

    1. Watermelon
    2. Steak Diane
    3. Asparagus
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    7 x 42.5kg 8 x 42.5kg (AMRAP) 15 x 42.5kg =...

    7 x 42.5kg
    8 x 42.5kg (AMRAP)

    15 x 42.5kg = 637.5kg (1405lb)

    1405 + 1,597,364 = 1,598,769
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    Sushi Curly fries Fillet mignon

    Sushi
    Curly fries
    Fillet mignon
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    If it has been a while, just follow the program's...

    If it has been a while, just follow the program's instructions, i.e. use 85% of what you can currently lift. If in doubt, round down!
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