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    My bodyweight is stupid compared to my lifts

    im 15 years old male standing at 5'9 and weighing in at 94kg (207lbs)

    I have never taken any steroids i have only been lifting for 1 year, all i take is 25g whey protein a day and a lot of good food (3500-4000cals per day)

    My 1 REP MAX lifts are as follows :

    Flat Bench : 80kg / 175lbs
    Squat : 140kg / 315lbs
    Overhead Press : 70kg / 155lbs
    Deadlift : 150kg / 330lbs

    I do a moddified version of stronglifts 5x5, i simply have changed the rep count, i have days where i do 5 reps for strength and days where i do 12 reps for muscle growth and a little bit of indurence
    i have not done any squats for the last 4 months because of a hamstring injury when i get down below parrarel i feel a tearing stretch in my left hamstring only, so i decided to try squatting once every months to see if its better, its slightly better but i still feel it so im gonna leave it to heal still
    i replaced squats with more upper body movements such as incline bench,lat pulldowns,preacher curls,lateral raises for the shoulders.......
    i try to stick to compound movements 90% of the time tho because compounds give you the results you want in strength or in looks


    As you can see, i am not "weak" i might be considered extremely strong for a natural 15 year old

    But for my weight, i am weak

    I am pretty much an endomorph, i am not that fat sitting at around 22% body fat with a lot of muscle on me since i have been training for 1 year and i filled the cup on all the newbie gains

    I have a family with a very Endomorphic body and extremely high bone density, and LEGS holy **** dem LEGS me and my sister got some extreme quads and calvs let me tell you bruv......

    Will this affect me ? i might be suitable for strongman because of the high bone density and genetics but im not that tall, i might grow up to become 5'10 or 5'11 at most wich is not short but thats like 4'11 in strongman terms

    And my weight is definetly gonna put me next to some strong mofos that i cant really compete against at that weight class in powerlifting

    I cant even do a single pull up, pushups are decent, i can do about 15 pushups with good form before i fail

    What u think ?
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    go on a cut, 200lbs at 15 years old sounds way too much
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    Originally Posted by Jim90009 View Post
    im 15 years old male standing at 5'9 and weighing in at 94kg (207lbs)

    I have never taken any steroids i have only been lifting for 1 year, all i take is 25g whey protein a day and a lot of good food (3500-4000cals per day)

    My 1 REP MAX lifts are as follows :

    Flat Bench : 80kg / 175lbs
    Squat : 140kg / 315lbs
    Overhead Press : 70kg / 155lbs
    Deadlift : 150kg / 330lbs

    I do a moddified version of stronglifts 5x5, i simply have changed the rep count, i have days where i do 5 reps for strength and days where i do 12 reps for muscle growth and a little bit of indurence
    i have not done any squats for the last 4 months because of a hamstring injury when i get down below parrarel i feel a tearing stretch in my left hamstring only, so i decided to try squatting once every months to see if its better, its slightly better but i still feel it so im gonna leave it to heal still
    i replaced squats with more upper body movements such as incline bench,lat pulldowns,preacher curls,lateral raises for the shoulders.......
    i try to stick to compound movements 90% of the time tho because compounds give you the results you want in strength or in looks


    As you can see, i am not "weak" i might be considered extremely strong for a natural 15 year old

    But for my weight, i am weak

    I am pretty much an endomorph, i am not that fat sitting at around 22% body fat with a lot of muscle on me since i have been training for 1 year and i filled the cup on all the newbie gains

    I have a family with a very Endomorphic body and extremely high bone density, and LEGS holy **** dem LEGS me and my sister got some extreme quads and calvs let me tell you bruv......

    Will this affect me ? i might be suitable for strongman because of the high bone density and genetics but im not that tall, i might grow up to become 5'10 or 5'11 at most wich is not short but thats like 4'11 in strongman terms

    And my weight is definetly gonna put me next to some strong mofos that i cant really compete against at that weight class in powerlifting

    I cant even do a single pull up, pushups are decent, i can do about 15 pushups with good form before i fail

    What u think ?
    Like he said, 200 lbs is to heavy for 15, especially at 5’9. It’s hard to believe it’s “all muscle” when you only bench 175 and can only do 15 push-ups.
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    Originally Posted by Jim90009 View Post
    im 15 years old male standing at 5'9 and weighing in at 94kg (207lbs)

    I have never taken any steroids i have only been lifting for 1 year, all i take is 25g whey protein a day and a lot of good food (3500-4000cals per day)

    My 1 REP MAX lifts are as follows :

    Flat Bench : 80kg / 175lbs
    Squat : 140kg / 315lbs
    Overhead Press : 70kg / 155lbs
    Deadlift : 150kg / 330lbs

    I do a moddified version of stronglifts 5x5, i simply have changed the rep count, i have days where i do 5 reps for strength and days where i do 12 reps for muscle growth and a little bit of indurence
    i have not done any squats for the last 4 months because of a hamstring injury when i get down below parrarel i feel a tearing stretch in my left hamstring only, so i decided to try squatting once every months to see if its better, its slightly better but i still feel it so im gonna leave it to heal still
    i replaced squats with more upper body movements such as incline bench,lat pulldowns,preacher curls,lateral raises for the shoulders.......
    i try to stick to compound movements 90% of the time tho because compounds give you the results you want in strength or in looks


    As you can see, i am not "weak" i might be considered extremely strong for a natural 15 year old

    But for my weight, i am weak

    I am pretty much an endomorph, i am not that fat sitting at around 22% body fat with a lot of muscle on me since i have been training for 1 year and i filled the cup on all the newbie gains

    I have a family with a very Endomorphic body and extremely high bone density, and LEGS holy **** dem LEGS me and my sister got some extreme quads and calvs let me tell you bruv......

    Will this affect me ? i might be suitable for strongman because of the high bone density and genetics but im not that tall, i might grow up to become 5'10 or 5'11 at most wich is not short but thats like 4'11 in strongman terms

    And my weight is definetly gonna put me next to some strong mofos that i cant really compete against at that weight class in powerlifting

    I cant even do a single pull up, pushups are decent, i can do about 15 pushups with good form before i fail

    What u think ?
    Aye keep your head up cut some of that weight and keep working out
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    Your bench is really low compared to your overhead press? Only 10 kg difference? Maybe it's a form issue.
    Anyways yeah I'd recommend to go on a cut
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    Originally Posted by Jim90009 View Post
    im 15 years old male standing at 5'9 and weighing in at 94kg (207lbs)

    I have never taken any steroids i have only been lifting for 1 year, all i take is 25g whey protein a day and a lot of good food (3500-4000cals per day)

    My 1 REP MAX lifts are as follows :

    Flat Bench : 80kg / 175lbs
    Squat : 140kg / 315lbs
    Overhead Press : 70kg / 155lbs
    Deadlift : 150kg / 330lbs

    I do a moddified version of stronglifts 5x5, i simply have changed the rep count, i have days where i do 5 reps for strength and days where i do 12 reps for muscle growth and a little bit of indurence
    i have not done any squats for the last 4 months because of a hamstring injury when i get down below parrarel i feel a tearing stretch in my left hamstring only, so i decided to try squatting once every months to see if its better, its slightly better but i still feel it so im gonna leave it to heal still
    i replaced squats with more upper body movements such as incline bench,lat pulldowns,preacher curls,lateral raises for the shoulders.......
    i try to stick to compound movements 90% of the time tho because compounds give you the results you want in strength or in looks


    As you can see, i am not "weak" i might be considered extremely strong for a natural 15 year old

    But for my weight, i am weak

    I am pretty much an endomorph, i am not that fat sitting at around 22% body fat with a lot of muscle on me since i have been training for 1 year and i filled the cup on all the newbie gains

    I have a family with a very Endomorphic body and extremely high bone density, and LEGS holy **** dem LEGS me and my sister got some extreme quads and calvs let me tell you bruv......

    Will this affect me ? i might be suitable for strongman because of the high bone density and genetics but im not that tall, i might grow up to become 5'10 or 5'11 at most wich is not short but thats like 4'11 in strongman terms

    And my weight is definetly gonna put me next to some strong mofos that i cant really compete against at that weight class in powerlifting

    I cant even do a single pull up, pushups are decent, i can do about 15 pushups with good form before i fail

    What u think ?
    With time, things will even out. 15 is very young. youll see huge changes at 17/18. good luck. be patient and keep it up
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