Size and symmetry

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  1. Meloncap78

    Meloncap78 New Member

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    1F046A96-1FA0-4583-B146-A17B811D8157.jpeg 99BB58BA-8B04-4F9B-AF9E-FB281EE730EE.png BFE35A6F-ECF8-4532-B88F-66C47381D6A0.jpeg 602E7D29-ED58-4ED9-86CA-EF1DCF9E309A.jpeg 40 years old and lifting the past 5 years (2 of them seriously). Current stats are 6’2” 187 pounds roughly 16-18% bodyfat. I did a 3 month cut last year and went from 210 to 180. I have been on a very small caloric surplus the past 4 months and have added 7 pounds back onto my frame. My issue is that I am 6’2 with arms that are only a hair above 15”, chest is 43”, waist is 32-33”, quads 22” and calves at 14”. Certain angles I looks ok but all in all I still feel skinny. Current lifts are squat 260, dead 405 and bench 260. These are 1RM. I feel as if I should have progressed mich further in the time I have been lifting. I should add that I jave been on TRT for the past year and I am sure this contributed to my fat loss originally. Just looking for advice on a decent intermediate program. I am looking for size.
     
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  2. Ogre717

    Ogre717 TID Official Lab Rat

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    Generic we need diet and workout info post
     
  3. Lizard King

    Lizard King Administrator Staff Member

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    Arms look bigger than 15. That straight pic, last one, looks like you have no traps, what does your routine look like?
     
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  4. Meloncap78

    Meloncap78 New Member

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    I am currently working madcow 5x5 and my diet is 3700kcal daily with macros being 30C/50P/20F. Everything I eat is weighed on a digital kitchen scale so I know I am getting 3700. Foods consist of chicken thighs (boneless skinless), whole eggs, oatmeal, ground beef, strip steak, broccoli, egg whites, brown rice and quinoa, avocados. I don’t use protein supps as I drink liquid egg whites.
     

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