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    Whats wrong with my body and how can i fix it

    I been working out for a while now but feel like i have nothing to show for it. My body is messed up and idk what to do about it. I was thinking of just starting to eat alot while i continue working out. I attached some photos as well. If anyone know how to fix my body weather it be stretches or medical help please let me know. Anything would be helpful.

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    I'm only guessing here based on the little information provided, but your post and pics suggest that your issue is likely the same as it is for many others - a lack of structure. There are a million different ways to approach lifting based on a variety of factors (goals, experience, body type, etc.), but you will get the best results from all of them by having some sort of structure (as opposed to eating and exercising randomly, which tends to provide unreliable/inconsistent results). Determine how many calories you need to maintain your current weight and add X% (10%, 20%, whatever) if you're looking to put on weight. Also determine what kind of macro target you want for each day (e.g. 30% protein, 20% fat fat, 50% carbs, whatever). Weigh/measure/log your foods to ensure you're hitting that target. Choose a workout routine from bb.com or one of the many others such as A Workout Routine or Starting Strength. Do that for 3 months. Then see where you're at it, what you want to keep, what you want to change, etc.
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    I workout 4-5 times a week for a couple years now. Been getting more structured in the recent years. I eat around 265 protien, around 200 carbs, and 50 fat with a total of 2700-2900 calories. I weigh 160lbs and 5 9. Does that sound ok? Should i go see a physical therist?
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    Originally Posted by Edwindan View Post
    I workout 4-5 times a week for a couple years now. Been getting more structured in the recent years.
    What's the structure?

    Originally Posted by Edwindan View Post
    I eat around 265 protien, around 200 carbs, and 50 fat with a total of 2700-2900 calories.
    The macros add up to 2300 cal.

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    Should i go see a physical therist?
    For what? You look like someone who's simply poorly trained. I would look at your diet, program and your consistency and effort.
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    Originally Posted by Edwindan View Post
    I workout 4-5 times a week for a couple years now. Been getting more structured in the recent years.
    What, specifically, is your workout?

    Day. Exercise/lift. Set/Rep. Weight.
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    Calendar of my workouts for june and july:
    https://imgur.com/a/MRmFEfW

    I do push, pull, abs, push. I bench 225 for 3 reps at most. Overhead press 95 for 5 at most. Deadlift 275 for 5 at most. By at most i mean get up to that high in a workout. Also thanks for the feedback please give me more. Let me know if you need more info.
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    Originally Posted by Edwindan View Post
    I do push, pull, abs, push.
    Compare the info you provided to what I actually requested in my post. (Post #5 in this thread.)
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    2 years? DYEL? Hell, change your program. If you don't know what to do - just go do the bodybeast workout and see if that works.
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    Originally Posted by CommitmentRulz View Post
    Compare the info you provided to what I actually requested in my post. (Post #5 in this thread.)
    Push Day
    Bench Press
    135lbsx15reps
    155x5
    185x5
    205x5
    225x3
    One Arm dumbell press
    75x5
    75x5
    75x5
    Machince Fly
    150x10
    150x10
    150x10
    Shoulder Press
    95x5
    95x5
    95x5
    dumbell side lateral raises
    15x10
    15x10
    15x10
    Seated dumbell bent over reverse fly
    20x10
    20x10
    20x10
    cable one arm pull down
    45x10
    50x8
    50x8


    Pull
    Deadlift
    225x5
    275x5
    295x5
    Weighted pull up
    35x8
    35x7
    35x6
    cable seated row
    150x10
    150x10
    150x10
    hyperextensions
    45x10
    45x10
    45x10
    Dumbell incline curl
    40x6
    40x6
    40x6
    Barbell Curls
    95x6
    95x6
    95x6
    cable curls
    45x10
    45x10
    45x10


    Then Abs

    sometimes legs

    Yesturday's Marcos:
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    Also I currently weigh exactly 160 LBS
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