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Please Give Me Advices Thank You Very Much! BULKING

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Mumlaa

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so hello guys i am 16 years old 170cm 80kg i am bulking like 8.5-9 months and also training 8.5-9 months same... i feel like i am not that big i see many guys photos with the same height and same weight while bulking and they are really massive like someones like 60-70 kg much bigger, can anyone help me what can i do? i am bulking now also and training hard, when i started first i was 51kg then after 8.5-9 months work i got up to 80kg... thank you guys!
 

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Mumlaa

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P.S. My chest genetics sucks its have less stimulation to grow i am trying my best to grow it
 
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Don’t worry too much about the scale weight. Focus on how you look and how you feel.

You’re very young and just starting your journey. If you keep at it, and do things right, you will see continued growth and progress. When looking at photos of other people, you must remember that: they may have many more years of experience, they could train harder, the could have a better diet, they could have better genetics. As individuals, we are all unique. Understanding and following the fundamentals is the path to progress.

It’s great to hear that you’ve already some progress in size and strength. I would personally recommend that you look a little closer at your diet. You’re carrying some extra body fat that is hiding your muscle growth.

There’s a 1000 opinions of nutrition so many people may share different perspectives. Personally, I try to stick with carbs and protein for as much of my calories required. You want around 0.75- 1 gram of protein per lbs of weight (not sure how that converts to kg). This will support adequate muscle growth. Carbs provide the fuel for your body systems and your energy. Fat is harder for your body to consume and excess dietary fat can be stored as reserves.

60lbs in 9 months is plenty of bulking. Keep up with training, clean up the diet (lean bulk), and keep things moving. You can continue to GRADUALLY add muscle and shed some of the body fat. Patience and determination is necessary.
 
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Mumlaa

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Jan 12, 2024
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Don’t worry too much about the scale weight. Focus on how you look and how you feel.

You’re very young and just starting your journey. If you keep at it, and do things right, you will see continued growth and progress. When looking at photos of other people, you must remember that: they may have many more years of experience, they could train harder, the could have a better diet, they could have better genetics. As individuals, we are all unique. Understanding and following the fundamentals is the path to progress.

It’s great to hear that you’ve already some progress in size and strength. I would personally recommend that you look a little closer at your diet. You’re carrying some extra body fat that is hiding your muscle growth.

There’s a 1000 opinions of nutrition so many people may share different perspectives. Personally, I try to stick with carbs and protein for as much of my calories required. You want around 0.75- 1 gram of protein per lbs of weight (not sure how that converts to kg). This will support adequate muscle growth. Carbs provide the fuel for your body systems and your energy. Fat is harder for your body to consume and excess dietary fat can be stored as reserves.

60lbs in 9 months is plenty of bulking. Keep up with training, clean up the diet (lean bulk), and keep things moving. You can continue to GRADUALLY add muscle and shed some of the body fat. Patience and determination is necessary.
Thank you very much, if i lean bulk will i lose fat or how can i lose the extra body fat that is hiding muscle growth? or what can i do? and how much calories should i eat? thank you!
 
Tiny

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Follow up questions:

how many calories are you consuming each day?
does your calorie intake vary for training vs non training days?
Are you following a meal plan with specific carb, protein, fat measures? If yes, what’s the break down.
how many days are you training each week?
 
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Mumlaa

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Thank you very much, if i lean bulk will i lose fat or how can i lose the extra body fat that is hiding muscle growth? or what can i do? and how much calories should i eat? thank you!
cause i need to gain muscle and not just fat because of that what can i do?
 
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Mumlaa

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Jan 12, 2024
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Follow up questions:

how many calories are you consuming each day?
does your calorie intake vary for training vs non training days?
Are you following a meal plan with specific carb, protein, fat measures? If yes, what’s the break down.
how many days are you training each week?
i consume 3400 calories everyday non training days also, same... i dont follow like meal plan but i have higher carbs and normal range protein and low fat diet like 45-50% carbs 20-25% protein 10-15-20 max % fat this is like my measures! i training 3-4 days a week with Dorian Yates style like 2 warm up sets 1 set to failure and 4-5 excersies on big muscles and 2-3 on little muscles! thanks
 
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Mumlaa

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Jan 12, 2024
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Follow up questions:

how many calories are you consuming each day?
does your calorie intake vary for training vs non training days?
Are you following a meal plan with specific carb, protein, fat measures? If yes, what’s the break down.
how many days are you training each week?
and what you recommend should i keep training like 1 set failure or should i increase the sets and also do failures like 2 sets to failure will it be much better? but after 1 set i feel like my muscles are dead :D thanks!
 
genetic freak

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I will say this in the nicest way I can, you are way too fat to be bulking. Start cutting now. When you get down to single digit bodyfat and your insulin sensitive again (your insulin sensitivity is probably garbage right now) then start bulking on clean foods. If you can kill it, pick it or grow it then it is good to eat, with few exceptions.
 
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Mumlaa

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Jan 12, 2024
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I will say this in the nicest way I can, you are way too fat to be bulking. Start cutting now. When you get down to single digit bodyfat and your insulin sensitive again (your insulin sensitivity is probably garbage right now) then start bulking on clean foods. If you can kill it, pick it or grow it then it is good to eat, with few exceptions.
but people in other forum said that i need to bulk more, if i cut i will lose all muscle what you think about that? thanks
 
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Mumlaa

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Jan 12, 2024
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I will say this in the nicest way I can, you are way too fat to be bulking. Start cutting now. When you get down to single digit bodyfat and your insulin sensitive again (your insulin sensitivity is probably garbage right now) then start bulking on clean foods. If you can kill it, pick it or grow it then it is good to eat, with few exceptions.
because they said that i don`t have enough muscle to cut
 
BD Cool

BD Cool

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Keep in mind you are only 16 years old and you still have a ton of physical maturing to do.

Bulking?? Cutting?? Don't worry about that stuff right now... get in the gym, train hard and heavy and have fun. Take in a good amount of protein. You'll keep making improvements for a few years and you'll learn a lot about your body in the process... then you can decide what you'll need to do to further your goals.
 
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