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Old 07-06-2006, 04:38 PM   #1
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bodyfat % : ?????

the pic is pretty bad but pretty much over the past few months i started just hittin up pushups and crunches in my room and then started hittin dumbells. now i got a gym pass and am lookin to gain overall mass, strength, and endurance. what u guys think?
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Old 07-06-2006, 04:46 PM   #2
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Can't really tell much from that pic but you look pretty tiny. BF% is not something you need to be concerned about right now.

Do the routine that was recommended in your other thread, EAT and I PROMISE you won't be disappointed. Hell, you probably could have replaced everything you did up to this point with deadlifts alone and gotten bigger.

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If you act sanctimonious I will just list out your logical fallacies until you get pissed off and spew blasphemous remarks.
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Old 07-06-2006, 05:38 PM   #3
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small picture, but looks like a good base to put on some muscle. Like Eric said just eat alot of food and do whatever they told you to and you should be successful in no time.
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Old 07-06-2006, 10:16 PM   #4
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ya i kno i dont need to worry about body fat, im lookin for a lean gain but i also want the "six pack". In about a year or so i want to join the marines so i dont want to get HUGE like most of you guys do. i just want to put on about 15 pounds of lean muscle and then work on my endurance from there.
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ya i kno i dont need to worry about body fat, im lookin for a lean gain but i also want the "six pack". In about a year or so i want to join the marines so i dont want to get HUGE like most of you guys do. i just want to put on about 15 pounds of lean muscle and then work on my endurance from there.
Well, I wouldn't worry too much about ANY mass and worry about strength endurance. I went to Marine Corps boot camp weighing a very solid 190 lbs and came out three months later at about 160. Just get used to long runs, pullups, and most importantly -> Eating only 2-3 very small meals. The meal plan was the only thing I had difficulty with. Breakfast was usually a small ice cream scoop of scrambled eggs, 1-2 silver dollar pancakes, and a small carton of milk (the kind you used to get in grade school). Good Luck!

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Well, I wouldn't worry too much about ANY mass and worry about strength endurance. I went to Marine Corps boot camp weighing a very solid 190 lbs and came out three months later at about 160. Just get used to long runs, pullups, and most importantly -> Eating only 2-3 very small meals. The meal plan was the only thing I had difficulty with. Breakfast was usually a small ice cream scoop of scrambled eggs, 1-2 silver dollar pancakes, and a small carton of milk (the kind you used to get in grade school). Good Luck!
exactly, i heard for the Marines its better to be light because u have more endurance for the runs and everything, thats why i dont want to gain alot, i just wanna add some muscle to my physique and be as strong as i can be for my weight.
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