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18 Yrs Old, 185lbs, 10 Month Update
 

adh
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DixiesFinest wrote:
That Arnold Pose is sick. Nice job.


Thanks man.

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Controvox
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6.8 is too low. I would say this deserves at least an 8. Great mass on the arms, traps and delts.

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JerryRicePwns
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Great Work!

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adh
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Thanks guys! Means a lot.

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ryanbCXG
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Diet and workouts still looking the same? Mind giving a peak into both of those?

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bushidobadboy
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Never did manage to get that leg shot up, did you.

That's why the low ratng I'm guessing.

LEGS - do you train them?

Other than that, great physique!

BBB

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adh
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I'll upload 3 leg photos just to compensate for the amount of time its took for me to actually get some photos of them.

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adh
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adh
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bushidobadboy wrote:
Never did manage to get that leg shot up, did you.

That's why the low ratng I'm guessing.

LEGS - do you train them?

Other than that, great physique!

BBB


Sorry it took a while mate haha.

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adh
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ryanbCXG wrote:
Diet and workouts still looking the same? Mind giving a peak into both of those?


I changed my diet up to start eating more etc. stopped counting calories and focussed more on protein and carbs and how I looked in the mirror, rather than what weight I was.

I used to do all compound movements first, depending on what body part I was training, so for back it would be deadlift, chest it would be bench.

For the past year i concentrated more on pre-exhausting the muscle first and then doing to compound movement, it knocks your ego clean off your shoulders believe me haha, i'd do that for about 6-8 weeks and then go back to doing compound movement first and my strength went through the roof, i'd continue to do compound movements first until my strength would decrease, when that happened i'd go back to pre-exhausting, kind of a rinse and repeat system.

I'm competing at the end of May so my diets changed a lot now, but i have a thread about my competition so any questions about that ask em on that.

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cutt
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I gave you an 8 man, at 18yrs old, it is tough to be thicker, since you metabolism is a raging bull. Once you get into your mid 20's and up, thickness comes much easier.

Very impressive bro.

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cutt wrote:
I gave you an 8 man, at 18yrs old, it is tough to be thicker, since you metabolism is a raging bull. Once you get into your mid 20's and up, thickness comes much easier.

Very impressive bro.


Thanks mate!

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jake_j_m
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lol, looks like you delivered on the promise mate legs are looking sick! should be pretty awesome when cuts start coming in

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adh
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Told you I'd get em up eventually haha, yeah the should start splitting soon, tear drop looks ok at min just need it to split at top now ha.

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eightohfive
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your tri's are epic.

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ScreenWatcha
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Do you have before pics. I'd like to see how far you came in 10 months now about 13 or 14.
I just started lifting again. Seeing what i could accomplish in what amount of time would be motivating.

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adh
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eightohfive wrote:
your tri's are epic.


Thanks mate! Really focussed on close grip benching as well as suicide presses to thicken it up.

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ScreenWatcha wrote:
Do you have before pics. I'd like to see how far you came in 10 months now about 13 or 14.
I just started lifting again. Seeing what i could accomplish in what amount of time would be motivating.


Yeah I should have somewhere, i'll have a look and get them up asap.

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Nate112
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Wow, pretty well rounded physique my man.

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CNK827
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Looking good! With the wheels to match.

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prickelygoo
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awesome work man. What do your leg workouts look like? They're lookin beefy!

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bob84
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Looking good. Keep up the good work man!

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TigerTime
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8 and +10 internets for knowing how to take a descent picture.

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adh
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Thanks guys means a lot!
My leg workouts start with seated hamstring curls and leg extension supersets, 4 sets making sure the weight goes up each set.
Then I start with squats 4 sets.
Then i move on to leg press for 3 sets with 3 drops on the last set, you may as well just set your legs on fire cos its a similar feeling.
Then i finish with walking bar lunges to front squats for 3 sets, increasing the weight each time.

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