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    How are my lifts looking?

    Age:17
    Height: 6ft
    Weight: 166lbs

    Time Lifting: 5 Months (a lot more time to go)

    Military Press: 95lbs x5
    Dumbbell Curl: 40lbs x10
    Dumbbell Row: 65lbs x10
    Pull Ups+Chin ups: 10 ( haven't tried doing as many as possible yet )
    Deadlift: 215lbs x6
    Close Grip BB Bench: 115 x8
    Flat BB Bench: 175max

    All input helps if something is lacking compared to the rest of my lifts I would like to know or possibly compare to someone with a similar body

    Constructive criticism appreciated
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    excellent bro! just keep it going n do 3 sets
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    "Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret."

    Training regularly but no progress?
    You need one or more of these: more food, more weight, more reps or more rest.

    Check out: www.muscleandbrawn.com
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    Thanks for the link it's looking like I'm somewhere between novice and intermediate leaning toward the intermediate side which isn't bad I don't expect things to happen overnight
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    Originally Posted by Curtis303 View Post
    Thanks for the link it's looking like I'm somewhere between novice and intermediate leaning toward the intermediate side which isn't bad I don't expect things to happen overnight
    I agree. For 17 that's very good. Stay consistent and you'll impress yourself in a year!
    "Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret."

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    Originally Posted by Curtis303 View Post
    Thanks honestly its comments like these that really motivate me (I know it sounds corny but its true)
    Cool.

    If you're military pressing and deadlifting already, you are light years ahead of your peers in understanding.
    Keep learning, but stick to the proven basics.
    "Suffer the pain of discipline or suffer the pain of regret."

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