Should I ?

Samuel Brown
Samuel Brown

Is it even worth for me to start working out, or am I a framelet? pic related
6'3" / 191cm
198lbs/ 90kg

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Alexander Harris
Alexander Harris

Yes. Get after it.

Ayden Carter
Ayden Carter

Bear in mind that im kind of "sucking my belly in"
And kind of trying to have a posture

Julian Young
Julian Young

Should I?
I'm not so surreeee
please I'm massive faggot, fuck me in the arse
What body would you like op?a formless heap of shit that you are or a body chiseled out of marble by Zeus himself?
You decide
Everyone has a little bit of greatness in them.It does not change anything if you think about if you have genetics for it but hitting the gym does.
Be the best possible you can be just because you can.There are no excuses.YOU HAVE TO WANT IT!

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Liam Barnes
Liam Barnes

lol fag
of course you should. you're completely fucking average framed. the only reason why your frame appears to be shit is because you have no musclemass at all

Bentley Bailey
Bentley Bailey

Who cares if you're a framelet you brain-dead Mongoloid. You're gonna look better than
Every fucking person looks good when they're fit.

Jaxson Price
Jaxson Price

Every fucking person looks good when they're fit.

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James Russell
James Russell

he is by definition not fit

Christian Hall
Christian Hall

that and the body fat making your proportions look wonky. if you got fit your arms would get thicker AND your core would slim down, keep that in perspective. non that it matters cause

Jace Morgan
Jace Morgan

Thank you men, imma get fit in the best form ive ever had , thank you

Henry Kelly
Henry Kelly

Working out and getting lean is literally never going to not make you look better. No matter how weird or nomal your frame is, it will always look better with a 6 pack.

Jack Watson
Jack Watson

Working out and getting lean is literally never going to not make you look better. No matter how weird or nomal your frame is, it will always look better with a 6 pack.
I cant dissagree

Wyatt Sanders
Wyatt Sanders

Implying bloho is fit
Top laugh

Jose Hill
Jose Hill

To add to this, should i bulk or cut?
Im very confused with all of this and im ready to turn my life all around

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Luis Myers
Luis Myers

Every fucking person looks good when they're fit.

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Parker Long
Parker Long

You're a bit fat so you should cut until your BMI is in the middle of the "normal" range or lower, and then bulk from there

Juan Gomez
Juan Gomez

BMI is bullshit.
You should cut until you see abs. Many people have bmi on low side but still have no abs.

Logan Gutierrez
Logan Gutierrez

BMI is bullshit if you are fit. If you are not fit it's a good indicator of whether you should start by cutting or bulking.

Camden Butler
Camden Butler

You're a bit fat so you should cut until your BMI is in the middle of the "normal" range or lower, and then bulk from there
My BMI is 24,93, it says that im normal, even though i feel overweight. my belly is too big to be "average"

Leo Evans
Leo Evans

25 is overweight. As a starting point I would aim to cut until 19 or 20 BMI and then bulk from there. You probably won't see abs from your first cut because you'll be skinny fat. Start lifting now so you know what you're doing by the time you start your first bulk.

Joshua Cruz
Joshua Cruz

Don't do either. Unless you're starting from a point of extremely overweight or extremely underweight, it's fucking dumb to start at a huge surplus or deficit. Eat a moderate amount of whole foods (meat, eggs, grains, vegetables, tubers, legumes), pick an established workout routine (it doesn't have to be barbell compounds, but barbell compounds are very effective) to follow and find a type of cardio you enjoy to mix in a few days a week. If you pick something outdoorsy and fun like trail running or mountain biking it's much easier to stick with. Track your progress, with photographs, prs, mile time, whatever, you should be making consistent gains through your first year easily. It's simple if you don't make things complicated.

Brayden Torres
Brayden Torres

You guys seem to have confused "lifts weights" with "fit"

Blake Ramirez
Blake Ramirez

Everyone is different but as someone who started in skinny fat hell I can tell you I didn't see a change until I changed my diet drastically, and even then its very very slow progress escaping this shitty body

Jayden Adams
Jayden Adams

could be worse bruh. at least you're not skinny.

Asher Adams
Asher Adams

Yeah you kinda answered your own question there lad I guess you really just shouldn't work out because you weren't born with a godly physique. Yep just go ahead and let yourself become a fat blob my friend

James Hughes
James Hughes

just start working out you faggot
don't even think about diet since you're already fat, just start lifting

Hunter Gonzalez
Hunter Gonzalez

I guarantee a whole food diet would be a pretty drastic change for OP, and I think if you're being honest with yourself you probably weren't training that hard and probably still aren't.

Wyatt Garcia
Wyatt Garcia

I'm in the gym 5 days a week. Yeah a healthy diet would make a big difference I agree.

Robert Wright
Robert Wright

Thank you , I appreciate your advices

Ryder Adams
Ryder Adams

Thank you sir , I will do my best to not dissapoint you

Anthony White
Anthony White

Also. OP here, what do you think about intermittent fasting, or OMAD? Would it help me with geeting my body fat lower?
backgroun: most of my diet the last few years consisted of booze and fast food, so eathing healthy itself should do a big chance, or no?

Anyway I appreciate all the feedback, advices and criticism.

Im aiming to be the best myself ive ever been.

Aaron Jones
Aaron Jones

You need to eat less calories. Intermittent fasting and OMAD are basically ways to trick yourself into eating less calories. If it works for you, go for it. Yes eating healthy will make a difference.

Nolan Brooks
Nolan Brooks

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Jayden Peterson
Jayden Peterson

I'm your height approx and weight but lower body fat.

I started around 135 lbs. So yes it's worth it

Christopher Cruz
Christopher Cruz

Ive tried OMAD before and it wasnt hard for me. Most of the meals i eat are out of habit, not because im hungry

Eli Peterson
Eli Peterson

I'm your height approx and weight but lower body fat.
Mirin, imma get those muscles!

Evan Diaz
Evan Diaz

No nalories a cay nigga

Samuel Reyes
Samuel Reyes

How pathetic do you have to be, that before you do something to improve your life, you go on a Congolese baking forum and ask for permission? Were you raised by a single mother and did you get teased by girls in school?

Brandon Rivera
Brandon Rivera

I'm the same way. Gaining weight is much harder for me because I'm rarely hungry

Adam Bennett
Adam Bennett

I'm the same way. Gaining weight is much harder for me because I'm rarely hungry
I want to gain weight, but in the form of muscles, not more fat

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Bentley Davis
Bentley Davis

Please don't @ me ever again pea brained faggots.

James Martin
James Martin

135 lbs
got any pics before and after? I'm 6ft4 and 80kg rn, still Auschwitz mode.

Justin Howard
Justin Howard

Trips of dumbness

James Walker
James Walker

newfag here and im trying to start going to the gym , but i dont know what exactly to do, any good workouts for beginners?
150 lb
1,80

Leo Cruz
Leo Cruz

Try checking the sticky, I hear they have some pretty good beginner workouts hidden away in there

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