been hovering around 220lbs since last week.
I don't train specifically for size, mainly strength and explosiveness, but I have gotten bigger, up 6 lbs or so from end of last year, about 2+ months. Bodyfat about the same too
Mostly in the triceps, delts, legs and hips. Spinal erectors as well but not that easy to see in the pics. Also the cuff muscles in the back are up in size too, as I have been bombing them hard, and their much stronger - just under the rear delts - look closely and you can see they stick up more, flush with the rest of the back instead of a hollow
Note the spot on my upper back where the bar goes when I squat
Last edited by Blitzforce; 04-04-2004 at 07:03 PM.
Your back looks much thicker. Wider too. Nice job!
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more to come I'm sure
Looking great, I can see a noticeable difference.
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definate improvement, looks like you put on minimal amounts of fat.