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Skinny Fat Problem Anon 18/07/13(Fri)23:57 No. 21993

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I started fitness 2 months ago. When i start i was 72kg and now i'm 69 kg. My body fat is too. It's approximately %20. I need to decrease that. My TDEE 2500 so i deficit that and make 2000 calorie. I also take my macros as posssible as i can. First 1.5 month i tried full body workout 3x12 but i can't progressive overload weights. So i changed program and started StrongLifts 5x5. Should i continue it or change it? I think i need to firstly fat loss but how. Is it good?

#2 Anon 18/07/13(Fri)23:59 No. 21994

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Anonymous 18/08/04(Sat)15:54 No. 22252

Your body fat is not that high, but your lack of muscle makes it look flabby. You have nothing to cut back to, so consider bulking VERY slowly and build a solid foundation of strength (what a your lifts, btw?). Keep doing 5x5 for a couple of months, but then I recommend changing to PHUL, since it has more volume. Also, if in that state you're having problems overloading you're either not eating right, undersleeping or your form is shit. At beginner stage your lifts should be going up in the 4-6 rep range pretty quickly.

Anonymous 18/08/11(Sat)05:27 No. 22319

Yohimbine HCL and a diet like leangains would have an effect. You can always check out their subreddit.

Anonymous 22/08/26(Fri)10:52 No. 39604

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Exercise more; eat less carbs

Anonymous 22/08/26(Fri)14:54 No. 39606

My problem is that I eat when I'm not hungry. Any tips?

Anonymous 22/08/26(Fri)18:37 No. 39607

Show some goddamn willpower and stop eating once you're full.

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