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    Senior Member Nongan's Avatar
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    Need help finding weak points

    Ok guys I finally got some proper pics up so I can get some critique. I'm currently bulking, and I need helping finding my weak points. Personally I think I really need to work on my lats, chest and bi's. But that's just me, what do you guys think? (keep in mind i took these pics myself w/ my cell phone so they arn't perfect by any means).
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    Age: 18
    Height: 6'
    Weight: 175
    BF: 12%
    Bench: 175
    Squat: 225
    Deadlift: soon...
    Time Lifting: 2 yrs.
    Started as a skinny 95 pound wimp.

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    man if you wanna get big i wouldnt be woried about weak points right now. its hard to tell if you have any when your small. just concentrate on your diet and do squats, bench, rows, pullups, dips, deadlifts and you will grow all over. BULK BULK BULK....worry about weak points later on when you have the size.
    Last edited by cwm; 11-19-2005 at 04:38 PM.

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    :withstupi How do you need help finding weak points? Have you looked at your pics? Everything needs work! Bulk and lift heavy
    Squat...Eat...Sleep...Grow...Repeat

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    I am with them toooooooo

    Eat man EAT!!!
    Enjoy it and lift hard...
    SQUATS rule...
    Last edited by Bob; 11-19-2005 at 07:09 PM.

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    Yeah, no offense man but everything needs work. Just keep eating!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by xMeat_Headx
    :withstupi How do you need help finding weak points? Have you looked at your pics? Everything needs work! Bulk and lift heavy
    no need to be so negative bro.. youre not exactly mr olympia, much less someone to criticize so heavily by any extent of the imagination whatsoever

    nongan.. keep up the good work man. you have very good lifts for your bodyweight, imo. i dont think you need to worry about any particular area as much as you should focus on keeping your cals up and lifting consistently

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    Yeah, I think it's you that has a thread somewhere being worried about putting on fat...

    I'm with everyone else when I say eat yourself silly..and then eat a horse.
    You shouldn't worry about putting fat on, you have quite a bit of room =P

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    I just noticed that you've been lifting for 1 1/4 years.....wtf?
    Do a bulk and lots of compund movements.

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    He gained more than 50pounds in that timeframe so its decent progress

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    Quote Originally Posted by f=ma
    no need to be so negative bro.. youre not exactly mr olympia, much less someone to criticize so heavily by any extent of the imagination whatsoever

    nongan.. keep up the good work man. you have very good lifts for your bodyweight, imo. i dont think you need to worry about any particular area as much as you should focus on keeping your cals up and lifting consistently

    The op asked for critique and that is what he got. Who are you to tell him not to be negative in his critique or how to critique him? Anyways to the op, just keep lifting and eating a lot. You will see progress (from what i've read you have already made some good gains), so just keep it up.
    Last edited by diesel_dan; 11-19-2005 at 10:36 PM.
    Height: 6'
    Weight: 210

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    Senior Member Nongan's Avatar
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    alright, thanks guys. f=ma, dont worry about it, they are just criticizing, and I definantly realize I need to put on some weight, and that's why I'm bulking, pretty much until I either hit 170 or I get above 17% bf.
    Age: 18
    Height: 6'
    Weight: 175
    BF: 12%
    Bench: 175
    Squat: 225
    Deadlift: soon...
    Time Lifting: 2 yrs.
    Started as a skinny 95 pound wimp.

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    eat man, eat and lift hard. how tall are you? your real thin for 148
    2000 or bust

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    Yeah, you look nothing like 148 lbs. I didn't notice before that you've gained about 50 lbs in the last year. Nice work.
    Best lifts: 615/475/660, Raw w/ Wraps
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    Senior Member Nongan's Avatar
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    I'm like 5'11 1/2", maybe 6', depending on if I'm at the doctor's or at school.
    Age: 18
    Height: 6'
    Weight: 175
    BF: 12%
    Bench: 175
    Squat: 225
    Deadlift: soon...
    Time Lifting: 2 yrs.
    Started as a skinny 95 pound wimp.

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