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Cutting or Bulking? deathinjunex 18/11/28(Wed)05:51 No. 24590
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Hey bros, how are you doing today?
I've been working out these past 5 months, and noticed some results. Even though I was following a diet (about 2250kcal per day, I'm male, 18 years old, 6'0/1,85cm and about 215lbs/97kg) I didn't lose much fat, and builded up some muscles. I believe that my BF% is about 23%. My body type is probably Endomorph, since it's pretty hard for me to lose fat but kinda easy to build muscles.
My question is: Should I focus on getting muscles first (I don't really care about getting ripped, and I got the feeling that I will look like a really if I lose all my fat based on my actual muscle mass, and considering that part of this muscle mass will vanish too) or to lose body fat?


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Anonymous 18/11/30(Fri)04:42 No. 24627

Keep in mind that some of us have seen this post and aren't replying because you really should figure this out yourself.


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Anonymous 18/11/30(Fri)13:48 No. 24634

>>24627
I know right? Someone trying to get fit goes to a board called /fit/ - Fitness & Health, which is full of people who work out, and asking for advice. I don't even get what he was thinking.


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Anonymous 18/12/25(Tue)20:26 No. 25004

i have similar stats to u but been lifting for 2 years now, I'd recommend you reach intermediate status (225 bench, 315 squat, 405 deadlift) and then begin a cut. Use ur novice gains to the full advantage, when linear progression stalls proceed with a cut or even maintenance. I have reach intermediate status and am now cutting because I have enough muscle mass to support the look, chances are you wont have enough muscle mass to get the Hollywood ripped physique because u have only been lifting for 5 months



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