The last 10 years or so i have been eating pretty bad, too the stage now that i cant really eat anything sweet because of my teeth and that i am getting fat and never had a six pack.
I am 23 years old in feb and i want to change.
My thing is even to this day i eat crap every day have prob 1 decent meal a day.
What i am inquiring to is if i trained 4 days a week on a bulk, and doing cardio twice a week, eating nothing unhealthy what so ever for 6 months and pushing myself each and every time.
What can i be looking at in 6 months time.
Stats at the moment - 23yo. 180 pounds - 5'10, 22%bf
I believe i can have a huge difference but i am wanting to see what you guys reckon i can achieve in 6 months.
It's impossible for anyone here to tell you exactly what you can acheive without knowing your genetics and mental drive. I think if you have the drive and eat nothing but healthy food you will be quite pleased with yourself in 6 months time.
Start lfiting man
WWB 1, from there, youll start to diet properly and things willc lick in place.
Just start lifting.
Being a strong teenager means nothing.
My wrists hurt, but some people don't have wrists to be sore. My knees have tendinitis, but some people don't have legs to get tendinitis in. I seem to be going backwards with training, yet some people can't even walk let alone lift 400 pounds on a daily basis.
Dust out the vagina, and keep on lifting.
If you start NOW and are consistent for 6 months, you'll have very nice results. Maybe down to 15% body fat at a similar weight if you do it right.
Read every sticky thread in the diet and weightlifting forums, pick a good routine and SORT YOUR DIET OUT. I can not stress this enough!
Wait, you consider yourself overweight and want to bulk?? If you bulked I don't think you would too pleased with the results. You should start making small changes and work from there:
- Start weight lifitng NOW. Print of WBB1 and go to a gym today.
- Clean up your diet. Don't worry about how much you eat for now, just take out the crap.
- Once you've cleaned it up, start tracking what you eat on www.fitday.com and report back to us