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post #40816 of 57262
I am now up to 196lb and still looking lean as fuark, possibly leaner. Up 21lb in 3 weeks, even the calves are growing. I am thinking I should go up to 220lb instead of 210 now.



February 19th I think




today
post #40817 of 57262
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

I thought you were heavier, at least you look it? Are you manlet?

I've been loosing a lb a week since Jan. Yea I'm short 5'7".
post #40818 of 57262
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

I've been loosing a lb a week since Jan. Yea I'm short 5'7".

That was directed at Eason, my fault.

You lookin aesthetic with the lost weight though?
post #40819 of 57262
Thread Starter 
carb cycle looking good brah
post #40820 of 57262
fuji how tall are you?
post #40821 of 57262
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

That was directed at Eason, my fault.

You lookin aesthetic with the lost weight though?

Yea sorta, I look a lot better. Most of my weight loss was around my waist and ass. But really I'm not enjoying it. I trained better and my lifts looked better when I was on a caloric surplus. Looking forward to getting back to that.

I think I'd look really damn good at 170lbs, like Styleforum approved. But I want to look like that at 180lbs, I really need another good 5lbs of muscle on my upper body.
post #40822 of 57262
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

I really need another good 5lbs of muscle on my upper body.

It's a shame there's no way to know how to accomplish such a feat.
post #40823 of 57262
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by MarkI View Post

I thought you were heavier, at least you look it? Are you manlet?

I'm 5'11, king of manlets. People always say they think I'm 190 or so in person, but nope I have hollow bones.
post #40824 of 57262
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Originally Posted by GraphicNovelty View Post

It's a shame there's no way to know how to accomplish such a feat.

Yea. It takes a year of lifting and eating.
post #40825 of 57262
you could add 5 lbs of muscle to your upper body in 2-3 months and then lose all of the fat you gained there in like, one month.

you'd just have to drastically decrease lower body volume and increase upper body volume. Amazing that it works that way.
post #40826 of 57262
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Originally Posted by Khayembii Communique View Post

fuji how tall are you?

I'm 6'3"


CS, if you are 179 in that video I think you'd need to cut to like 150 to be SF approved as you currently appear to have a/b cups.



RHET, how do I use sunbeds to get tan? I went to the national portrait gallery and all the jacked men in the painting looked quite tan, all the fat women and children were very pale





Do not want to look like the white women getting raped. Taking that spartan D.
post #40827 of 57262
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Originally Posted by Coldsnap View Post

Going to stay here for 3 weeks then go back up to 195 slowly.

Why?
post #40828 of 57262
RHET Injury Room Bros:

Just wondering if anyone's heard of anything like this before. Was benching two nights ago. As I was finishing my working sets, I started to get a burning sensation down the fronts of both of my arms (forearms, biceps, shoulders) and it slowly got worse (strength wasn't affected at all tho). A set or two into my accessory work (which is basically just more benching), it got so painful, I had to stop. Even driving home was uncomfortable.

A day later, it was pretty much okay (could barely detect some aching in the arms still). Squat day so I figure I should be fine. After my last warm up set, the pain is setting in again and I have to stop. Legs are totally fine. Trying to figure out what is common between the two movements and I will say my new bench and low bar squat setup definitely smashes the upper back together way more than it used to. This is my best guess as to what's happening, but this is purely from googling: http://i.imgur.com/oTWZpj7.gif
post #40829 of 57262
I am guessing you're getting some elbow tendonitis and when you low bar squat you're holding some of the weight with your arms causing the pain. I know that feel brah, happened to me too.
post #40830 of 57262
Welcome to tendinitis. Won't ever "go away".. just subside until you do something to aggravate it.

Benching heavy has caused mine to flare up in a weird spot on both arms. Not benching for about 1-2 weeks. Only way to get rid of it for me. All part of the game.
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