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    Registered User Gringer's Avatar
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    Not sure what to do now.

    I have bulked up to 183 - 185ish from 145lbs over 2 years now. I feel like I have completley wasted my time looking at my pic. Will I be too small if I cut or should I keep bulking.

    My pic is on my progress photo section on my profile. Thank you.

    Lifts:

    117kg Squat for 20 reps
    92kg Bench for 3 reps
    67kg OHP for singles
    22kg Chin ups for singles
    145kg deadlift 5x1
    Personal bests

    S: 140kg
    B: 101kg
    D: 154kg
    O.H.P: 74kg
    C.U: 29kg
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    Physique looks fluffy. Don't be afraid to play with sustainable deficits. Judging by your bulk, you've been at a surplus of 500kcal? Wouldn't be harmful to try a deficit of 300kcal for 4 weeks whilst trying to retain your current lift statistics. No such thing as "too small" but you also want to look good at the same time (unless your sole focus is Powerlifting).
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