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  • JCarruthers
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    The other thing you don't want to forget about if you are looking for 'bulk' is nutrition. You need to fuel your body with the proper nutrients if you want to grow. Decreasing your body fat can be done by restricting calories (or increasing the amount you burn) but growth comes from EXCESS calories. If you are a skinny guy you are going to need to eat!

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  • RyanBrennan
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    Originally posted by Ukkonen View Post
    You're welcome, I'm more than happy to help others.

    Nice to know there are people out there that will help others with no questions asked.

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  • Ukkonen
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    Originally posted by RyanBrennan View Post

    That's good thinking. Thanks for bringing that up. I'll definitely take that into consideration when setting up my schedules.
    You're welcome, I'm more than happy to help others.

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  • RyanBrennan
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    Originally posted by Ukkonen View Post
    You most definitely should. Just remember to change your training routine every now and then to keep it interesting. If you do the same routine day to day, week to week, month to month it becomes really boring.
    That's good thinking. Thanks for bringing that up. I'll definitely take that into consideration when setting up my schedules.

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  • Ukkonen
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    Originally posted by RyanBrennan View Post


    I definitely have the body to get bigger. I've just never gotten into going into the gym, but am definitely ready to start.
    You most definitely should. Just remember to change your training routine every now and then to keep it interesting. If you do the same routine day to day, week to week, month to month it becomes really boring.

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  • RyanBrennan
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    Originally posted by Ukkonen View Post
    Yea I know. Should not take long to get you into bigger condition if you just eat right and exercize regularly.

    I definitely have the body to get bigger. I've just never gotten into going into the gym, but am definitely ready to start.

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  • Ukkonen
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    Yea I know. Should not take long to get you into bigger condition if you just eat right and exercize regularly.

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  • RyanBrennan
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    Originally posted by Ukkonen View Post
    I have not personally ever bulked (I've always been a large guy) but I think the main idea is to load your body with "good" energy for a long time and little by little. You need to eat larger meals, more protein etc.
    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/eat-...meal-plan.html
    There is a good example of a bulking diet. Thats ofcourse little over the top for someone whose just starting but you get the idea

    That should definitely help. Thank you for the link. I've just always been really small and I'm getting a little tired of it, know what I mean? Haha.

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  • Ukkonen
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    Originally posted by RyanBrennan View Post

    Do you know of any good ways to bulk up?
    I have not personally ever bulked (I've always been a large guy) but I think the main idea is to load your body with "good" energy for a long time and little by little. You need to eat larger meals, more protein etc.
    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/eat-...meal-plan.html
    There is a good example of a bulking diet. Thats ofcourse little over the top for someone whose just starting but you get the idea

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  • RyanBrennan
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    Originally posted by kirui View Post

    yes I am from Kenya.
    not every person in the country indulge into sports but just a few. there are area in Kenya were you just wake up in the morning and the first thing or activity you see is running, some area you see people just in their farms and they take that as exercise.
    basically this is the village day to day activity.
    back to the cultures the kalenjin indulge in running long distances
    the western people play soccer and rugby
    the luo play soccer swimming and rugby some do hockey
    there is no professional way of working out except in athletic.
    you should come visit you will enjoy being in Kenya.

    That's very interesting. I would love to visit Kenya someday. I would love to see the culture, which is way different from where I live. It would be cool to bring some of my country's sports and games over and see if other cultures would have fun with it.

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  • RyanBrennan
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    Originally posted by Ukkonen View Post
    I also recommend bulking since you don't need to lose weight or body fat.
    Do you know of any good ways to bulk up?

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  • RyanBrennan
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    Originally posted by bhumika View Post

    I think you want big arms and strong shoulders along with six pack. Is it right? If yes, it is highly recommend to you to go for upper body workouts. Overhead Shoulder Press, Push ups along with ball rolling, Pilate boxing, Reverse Fly are some of the best arm and shoulder exercises for you to try.

    Thank you, I will definitely give that a try. And yes, that's exactly what I want.

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  • kirui
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    Originally posted by RyanBrennan View Post


    That's interesting. Did you say you were from Kenya? If not, where are you from? And what kind of exercises do you do? I'm interested in seeing how different cultures adapt to fitness.
    yes I am from Kenya.
    not every person in the country indulge into sports but just a few. there are area in Kenya were you just wake up in the morning and the first thing or activity you see is running, some area you see people just in their farms and they take that as exercise.
    basically this is the village day to day activity.
    back to the cultures the kalenjin indulge in running long distances
    the western people play soccer and rugby
    the luo play soccer swimming and rugby some do hockey
    there is no professional way of working out except in athletic.
    you should come visit you will enjoy being in Kenya.

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  • Ukkonen
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    Originally posted by RyanBrennan View Post


    That was extremely helpful. I will start doing that and will definitely take a look at the link you posted. I'm very much motivated to get bigger, I just needed to know some good routines, sets and exercises. Thank you very much.
    I also recommend bulking since you don't need to lose weight or body fat.

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  • bhumika
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    Originally posted by RyanBrennan View Post
    Hey, just a little bit about myself. I'm 5'5'' and weigh 110 pounds. I'm skinny and have small arms. I am athletic, I've played sports my whole life. Used to have a six pack, but that has gone missing. Basically I want to start working on my arms and shoulders to bulk them up. I wear tank tops a lot so I actually want to look good in them, haha. Any help with this would be great. I do have a gym to go to, so exercises with equipment is acceptable.

    Your help is greatly desired.
    I think you want big arms and strong shoulders along with six pack. Is it right? If yes, it is highly recommend to you to go for upper body workouts. Overhead Shoulder Press, Push ups along with ball rolling, Pilate boxing, Reverse Fly are some of the best arm and shoulder exercises for you to try.

    Leave a comment:

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