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    New here! Lookin for advice.

    Alright I'm sort of a really skinny guy but fat at the same time. Skinny fat basically.

    I weigh: 120 lbs
    My Body Fat: 12.1%
    Height: 5'4
    Age: 16

    Yeah yeah I'm small I know.

    What excercises and nutrition plan should I follow to get optimal muscle gains?

    I can barely even curl 15 lbs for 10 reps.
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    Originally Posted by Guggenheim View Post
    Alright I'm sort of a really skinny guy but fat at the same time. Skinny fat basically.

    I weigh: 120 lbs
    My Body Fat: 12.1%
    Height: 5'4
    Age: 16

    Yeah yeah I'm small I know.

    What excercises and nutrition plan should I follow to get optimal muscle gains?

    I can barely even curl 15 lbs for 10 reps.
    Id eat lots of carbs fats and proteins. i personally aimed for 3500 cals when bulking, i weighed 50kg. I posted my progression on youtube and what i did to get bigger. check it out, "monty Maginn"
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    Originally Posted by Guggenheim View Post
    Alright I'm sort of a really skinny guy but fat at the same time. Skinny fat basically.

    I weigh: 120 lbs
    My Body Fat: 12.1%
    Height: 5'4
    Age: 16

    Yeah yeah I'm small I know.

    What excercises and nutrition plan should I follow to get optimal muscle gains?

    I can barely even curl 15 lbs for 10 reps.
    best advice i can give is to start slow and realize making gains is a marathon not a sprint. That being said look at some proven beginner programs listed on here. Focus on free weight compound lifts and eating enough to ensure muscle growth. Aim to increase weight on the bar as often as possible. also always try to workout with someone if you can find someone who is a bit experienced would be even better to help you with form. Good luck bro!
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