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    Can someone help figure out whats wrong with my chest

    hey guys im 16 years old got into working out around 9 months ago. I bulked for a few months and am now cutting till march tryna get more defined. Ive recently noticed that my pecs look rlly weird in pictures and in the mirror sometimes. its almost as if one is lower and more defined then the other, theyre both shaped differently i guess. Lmk if u can see it in my before cut photo Any idea how to fix this and whether yall think this is like gyno or something? Thanks guys really appreciate it
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    There is nothing wrong with your chest???. I see nothing unusual.

    I think what you are seeing is a little asymmetry. That's normal.
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    continue your cut, we can't really make a good judgement based from where you are now. When you get to 10-12% then be can really asses if your pecs insertions are weird. Try fixing your posture also that helps.
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    Originally Posted by Gringer View Post
    There is nothing wrong with your chest???. I see nothing unusual.

    I think what you are seeing is a little asymmetry. That's normal.
    what would u estimate my bf% right now
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    Originally Posted by DangerousSource View Post
    continue your cut, we can't really make a good judgement based from where you are now. When you get to 10-12% then be can really asses if your pecs insertions are weird. Try fixing your posture also that helps.
    This is awful advice. Do not continue your cut. In fact stop cutting immediately. You're not fat, nor should you be cutting at your age.

    You're in a special point in your life. These years are a once in a lifetime opportunity where you can gain muscle faster than at any other point you'll be able to in your entire life. Stop wasting them chasing abs which which you may never get and will only ever show in good lighting and only if you keep a strict diet 95% of the time and that nobody will be able to see unless you have your shirt off. Just stop. Get strong instead.

    Don't waste this once in a lifetime opportunity. I can guarantee you the vast majority of the folks here with good physiques built most of their muscle in their teenage years.

    Stop cutting. Train at maintenance or a slight surplus and get strong as fk. Get your protein in and get enough sleep. You can thank me 1 year from now by sending me a photo of you looking swole as hell with a sexy gal by your side.

    Also your chest looks fine... A 1.5x bw bench will likely fix whatever you perceive to be wrong.
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    Furthermore... Get on a program that hits muscles 2x per week..

    Stop training your arms everyday

    If you want to train 3 days, do full body
    If you want to train 4 days then do an upper Lower split
    If you want to train 5 days then do ULPPL
    If you want to train 6 days do PPLPPL

    My suggestion would be to do 3 or 4 days split.
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    Originally Posted by Millz12323 View Post
    This is awful advice. Do not continue your cut. In fact stop cutting immediately. You're not fat, nor should you be cutting at your age.

    You're in a special point in your life. These years are a once in a lifetime opportunity where you can gain muscle faster than at any other point you'll be able to in your entire life. Stop wasting them chasing abs which which you may never get and will only ever show in good lighting and only if you keep a strict diet 95% of the time and that nobody will be able to see unless you have your shirt off. Just stop. Get strong instead.

    Don't waste this once in a lifetime opportunity. I can guarantee you the vast majority of the folks here with good physiques built most of their muscle in their teenage years.

    Stop cutting. Train at maintenance or a slight surplus and get strong as fk. Get your protein in and get enough sleep. You can thank me 1 year from now by sending me a photo of you looking swole as hell with a sexy gal by your side.

    Also your chest looks fine... A 1.5x bw bench will likely fix whatever you perceive to be wrong.
    ^^^^^ Exactly this...
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    Originally Posted by Millz12323 View Post
    This is awful advice. Do not continue your cut. In fact stop cutting immediately. You're not fat, nor should you be cutting at your age.

    You're in a special point in your life. These years are a once in a lifetime opportunity where you can gain muscle faster than at any other point you'll be able to in your entire life. Stop wasting them chasing abs which which you may never get and will only ever show in good lighting and only if you keep a strict diet 95% of the time and that nobody will be able to see unless you have your shirt off. Just stop. Get strong instead.

    Don't waste this once in a lifetime opportunity. I can guarantee you the vast majority of the folks here with good physiques built most of their muscle in their teenage years.

    Stop cutting. Train at maintenance or a slight surplus and get strong as fk. Get your protein in and get enough sleep. You can thank me 1 year from now by sending me a photo of you looking swole as hell with a sexy gal by your side.

    Also your chest looks fine... A 1.5x bw bench will likely fix whatever you perceive to be wrong.
    This 100%. Don't cut until your 20s, unless you become obese.
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