Squats, deadlifts, bench press, rows, lunges, all that. I just didn't eat enough to facilitate much muscle growth. So if you look at pictures of me from when I first really started lifted four years ago and pictures of me from a year ago, there isn't a radical difference. Only once I started eating for growth (read: a lot more protein and slightly more calories) within the last eight or nine months did I start to put on some noticeable muscle. That was my whole point. If you aren't eating for growth, you won't grow much with weight training, especially someone with your natural build. But yes, easier to write it off as nonsense because it challenges something you said and allows you to once again feel like a brooding outsider who nobody understands.