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What needs improvements going into my lean bulk? (M/24/75kg/179cm)

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rawdeal

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Welcome, @sh2b Offhand, I'd say more quality calories per day, and more training per day/week.

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You look pretty symmetrical. Just add calories and hard work.
 
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You look like a guy who doesn’t have much trouble staying lean naturally. You could probably get away with higher calories and staying lean. Just keep in mind quality calories matter. People can argue it all day, but quality and nutrient dense calories do make a difference. Especially at the cellular level your metabolic processes. As said already, you look pretty symmetrical and well balanced, that’s a plus. Maintain that symmetry and balance while adding more weight. Creating an imbalance by adding strength and muscle to certain areas over others is just asking for issues and injury. Also, as [mention]rawdeal [/mention] said, stick around here. This board is a plethora of knowledge and experience to help you reach your goals. Best of luck boss!


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I'd recommend training heavy using compound movements in the 6 - 8 rep range. Eat plenty of whole eggs, lean beef, chicken, etc. and you'll be on your way to adding some good bulk.
 
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I'd recommend training heavy using compound movements in the 6 - 8 rep range. Eat plenty of whole eggs, lean beef, chicken, etc. and you'll be on your way to adding some good bulk.

Huge yes in those compound movements and the reps. When I did that in that range with higher volume, it really put it on.


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