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    Discussion in 'Fat Loss' started by suighja, Aug 28, 2012.

    1. suighja

      suighja Well-Known Member

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      I know by that weight you would picture me as a skinny ass dude. Well, with a shirt I look skinny but without one I got too much fat on my stomach and chest (for whatever reason I got some terrible moobs). I've been lifting for the past 2 months and I've definitely gained considerable muscle but not to a point where I'm satisfied.

      I've asked many people this question and everyone has said I should bulk up and then cut because there's no point of getting even more skinny than I am. I'd like to know what you guys think I should do, thanks.

       
    2. Musclemetal

      Musclemetal Well-Known Member

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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      Post pics. We can't aware you with them.
       
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      casse Well-Known Member

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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      everyone tells skinnyfats to bulk, then cut.

      you sound like a skinnyfat.

      hope that helps

      signed,

      a skinnyfat
       
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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      Everyone on this website tells you to bulk even though you don't need to.

      If your uncomfortable with your bodyfat, you need to lose fat so go on a calorie deficit and keep cutting until you reach a body fat that your comfortable with. Keep lifting hard and heavy, since muscle growth is way slower than fat loss it will take some time.

      So go on a cut and keep lifting hard and heavy.
       
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      crormaSoila18 Well-Known Member

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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      2 different suggestions....? you guys are killing me!!
       
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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      This is common sense bro if you got terrible moobs and too much fat on your stomach why on earth would you bulk and get even fatter than you are now?
       
    7. masoven4u

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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      True that. At the same time I want to get bigger arms/back/legs. I just ****ing hate the idea of still being skinny.
       
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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      Ok, let me say it again, nobody can give you a legit answer if you don't post pics.
       
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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      You've only been lifting for 2 months go for a cut and keep lifting hard and you will build muscle and lose fat at the same time. Remember building muscle takes way more time than losing body fat. Just stick with it.
       
    10. herunder88

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      5'11" 165 lbs and wondering if I should bulk or cut

      The only camera I got is a webcam so let me try that real quick.
       

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