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    Also I was wondering will machines be better for me till it evens out, as I was told going strait to ud bells may help a liltle but won't be as good as machines ? Thanks guys
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    It's not that bad dude, just keep lifting and get your diet in check. Eat whole foods not weight gainers. If I can consume 6000 calories a day in between college and work then so can you.
    Here's some healthy foods that are high in protein and good carbs.

    Chicken and rice
    Tilapia and rice
    Eggs
    Milk
    Oats
    Broccoli
    Sweet potatoes
    Lean red meats

    Lift heavy with good form.... Eat..... Sleep..... Repeat
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    Hey bro thanks for the reply, I think it's a liltle bit worker in real life maybe um...... I'm at 180 now I'm trying to get down to 150 my diet ATM is 40/37/23 P/F/C I only use brown rice and weetabix for carbs realy take my almonds at night with tuna and shake
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    Quote Originally Posted by beastybean View Post
    It's not that bad dude, just keep lifting and get your diet in check. Eat whole foods not weight gainers. If I can consume 6000 calories a day in between college and work then so can you.
    Here's some healthy foods that are high in protein and good carbs.

    Chicken and rice
    Tilapia and rice
    Eggs
    Milk
    Oats
    Broccoli
    Sweet potatoes
    Lean red meats

    Lift heavy with good form.... Eat..... Sleep..... Repeat
    Hey bro thanks for the reply, I think it's a liltle bit worker in real life maybe um...... I'm at 180 now I'm trying to get down to 150 my diet ATM is 40/37/23 P/F/C I only use brown rice and weetabix for carbs realy take my almonds at night with tuna and shake
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    What kind of doc did you see?
    Did you see a chiro at all?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulBlack View Post
    What kind of doc did you see?
    Did you see a chiro at all?
    Just my doctor, he touched it and stard messing with it a liltle lol and just said its extra fat and tried explaining what gyno was and how it's not it
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    So you guys thinking ?
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    Your posture is horrible. I don't know if your doing it on purpose to emphasize the imbalance, but you are excessively protracted in the picture. Thats what i would deal with first and chances are once that is corrected and you are moving correctly the rest will fall in line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post
    Your posture is horrible. I don't know if your doing it on purpose to emphasize the imbalance, but you are excessively protracted in the picture. Thats what i would deal with first and chances are once that is corrected and you are moving correctly the rest will fall in line.
    Um? Thanks lol .... I think I have like a weird shape body I mean my eyes ain't even in line when I take a pic it's weird maybe that's it one side is bigger then the other
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Um? Thanks lol .... I think I have like a weird shape body I mean my eyes ain't even in line when I take a pic it's weird maybe that's it one side is bigger then the other
    No, your posture is just extremely bad. Fix that and get yourself moving correctly from the gh and scap and you most likely will see an improvement in your imbalance.

    http://www.ericcressey.com/strategie...posture-part-4

    If you don't grasp the concepts in the above series see if you can obtain a script for a physical therapist. Have them run a postural analysis and then go from there because your shoulders are begging for injury as they currently sit.
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    I don't gdt what you mean, I wasn't posing or anything I was just trying t show my chest
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi
    I don't gdt what you mean, I wasn't posing or anything I was just trying t show my chest
    Exactly my point you have horrible posture. You just saying that lends itself to it being an actual problem as you were in relaxed joint orientation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post

    Exactly my point you have horrible posture. You just saying that lends itself to it being an actual problem as you were in a relaxed joint position.
    Wow well I don't know if I can change it bro think it just the way I was born
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Wow well I don't know if I can change it bro think it just the way I was born
    Again that's my point you can change it and you should because that's most likely the root of your problem. It will also be a platform for injury in the future. Go to your MD or DO, preferably a DO, and ask about getting a postural analysis done by an orthopedist, sports med professional, or physical therapist and then follow their prescription exactly.

    We are all born with perfect movement patterns granted no serious birth defects have occurred. Ever seen a toddler hit a deep squat it's perfect and they can stay down there all day. We begin to develop asymmetries, imbalances, and ensuing flawed movement patterns as we age and your current upper body posture is a product of our anterior based society taking hold without proper training to offset.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post

    Again that's my point you can change it and you should because that's most likely the root of your problem. It will also be a platform for injury in the future. Go to your MD or DO, preferably a DO, and ask about getting a postural analysis done by an orthopedist, sports med professional, or physical therapist and then follow their prescription exactly.
    Wow this is crazy but just took some pics for ya right now so I mean tell me it horrible again lol but at least I get a honest op ........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Wow this is crazy but just took some pics for ya right now so I mean tell me it horrible again lol but at least I get a honest op ........

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    It's horrible
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post

    It's horrible
    Lol thanks
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    I'm in the uk broad I'm a student so how should I go about this? If its that bad I need to at least try and fix it? If so how long will it take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Lol thanks
    Get it fixed and you'll most likely fix your problem. Then maintain it with proper exercise programming, mobility and flexibility work. You'll avoid a slew of neck back shoulder hip knee and ankle problems you would otherwise be apt to suffer.

    Although I do get the feeling everything I am telling you is going in one ear and out the other...
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post

    Get it fixed and you'll most likely fix your problem. Then maintain it with proper exercise programming, mobility and flexibility work. You'll avoid a slew of neck back shoulder hip knee and ankle problems you would otherwise be apt to suffer.

    Although I do get the feeling everything I am telling you is going in one ear and out the other...
    No bro it's going in trust me I think it always known iv had it I mean I don't take my shirt off ever and I'm young it's stupid and I didn't know you can fix it I am listing to ya iv just looked it up on google trying to read more about it it's just finding out how I go about getting someone to help me? That's the confusing part I mean will my doctor help
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    No bro it's going in trust me I think it always known iv had it I mean I don't take my shirt off ever and I'm young it's stupid and I didn't know you can fix it I am listing to ya iv just looked it up on google trying to read more about it it's just finding out how I go about getting someone to help me? That's the confusing part I mean will my doctor help
    Okay good, well I posted a four part article series for you in a previous post. I also explained what you should do in a previous post regarding an MD or DO and where to go from there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post

    Okay good, well I posted a four part article series for you in a previous post. I also explained what you should do in a previous post regarding an MD or DO and where to go from there.
    Ok well ima book a doctors appointment tomorrow and also I'm on youtube now to see more, ya make a guy feel ugly dude lol I already have problems with the way I look lol but I'm thinkful for the truth this is why I'm trying my best to get fit fix my self up
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Ok well ima book a doctors appointment tomorrow and also I'm on youtube now to see more, ya make a guy feel ugly dude lol I already have problems with the way I look lol but I'm thinkful for the truth this is why I'm trying my best to get fit fix my self up
    Has nothing to do with looks, it's about the musculoskeletal system which is under the skin. None of my posts were in any way referring to looks only attempting to explain your posture and how to fix it. I'm sorry if my blunt use of the word horrible was offensive but it served its purpose as it caught your attention and you are now seeking proper treatment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post

    Has nothing to do with looks, it's about the musculoskeletal system which is under the skin. None of my posts were in any way referring to looks only attempting to explain your posture and how to fix it. I'm sorry if my blunt use of the word horrible was offensive but it served its purpose as it caught your attention and you are now seeking proper treatment.
    I understand bro it's cool I'm great full ya posted ima try get this sorted last thing do you know how long it will take?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    I understand bro it's cool I'm great full ya posted ima try get this sorted last thing do you know how long it will take?
    It depends on the severity of the imbalances take it day by day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron View Post

    It depends on the severity of the imbalances take it day by day.
    Ok well ima try and stand strait with shoulder back like a string is pulling me upwards until I go to my doctor thanks man
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    Quote Originally Posted by NYiron
    Your posture is horrible. I don't know if your doing it on purpose to emphasize the imbalance, but you are excessively protracted in the picture. Thats what i would deal with first and chances are once that is corrected and you are moving correctly the rest will fall in line.
    This. Your shoulders rotate internally. Odds are your pec minors are tight (more so in your smaller pec) and it's restricting blood flow and not allowing you to fully hot your chest.

    Odds are you feel shoulder pain when benching touch. Look up trigger point release for pec minor and release yourself and work on stretching and not lifting until you have better mobility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crispycrown View Post

    This. Your shoulders rotate internally. Odds are your pec minors are tight (more so in your smaller pec) and it's restricting blood flow and not allowing you to fully hot your chest.

    Odds are you feel shoulder pain when benching touch. Look up trigger point release for pec minor and release yourself and work on stretching and not lifting until you have better mobility.
    Hold on so your saying don't lift ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crispycrown View Post

    This. Your shoulders rotate internally. Odds are your pec minors are tight (more so in your smaller pec) and it's restricting blood flow and not allowing you to fully hot your chest.

    Odds are you feel shoulder pain when benching touch. Look up trigger point release for pec minor and release yourself and work on stretching and not lifting until you have better mobility.
    This is getting out there now so your saying stop letting/working out and just fix this? All do respect but ain't that worst? I'm pretty chubby bro I need to get red of bf and keep n my diet surly I don't give up all of this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Hold on so your saying don't lift ?
    You can lift but you need to focus on stretching. The reason you can't build a chest is because you're repeating the same behavior. That is the definition of crazy.

    You need to focus in flexibility and stretching or the fascia will become so tight it will cut off blood flow and you will get scar tissue. Foam roll, stretch and trigger release yourself or you're posture will only get worse. I'm also willing to bet your rhomboid are torn to shreds from the posture too so bare minimum foam roll those
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    This is getting out there now so your saying stop letting/working out and just fix this? All do respect but ain't that worst? I'm pretty chubby bro I need to get red of bf and keep n my diet surly I don't give up all of this?
    Dude you're entire upper body is tight. If you want to lose weight lift light with perfect form and then hit cardio and stretch, stretch and stretch again. My job is to diagnose people posture problems and fix them.

    Look do me a favor relax your bad pec and then with the opposite hand reach in to your pec minor ( it's to the lower side of the shoulder where the pec inserts and look around for a lump or hard strand) odds are there's a huge knot. This is your pec minor and it's holding you back not because your lifting is off but because your flexibility is
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    Quote Originally Posted by crispycrown View Post

    You can lift but you need to focus on stretching. The reason you can't build a chest is because you're repeating the same behavior. That is the definition of crazy.

    You need to focus in flexibility and stretching or the fascia will become so tight it will cut off blood flow and you will get scar tissue. Foam roll, stretch and trigger release yourself or you're posture will only get worse. I'm also willing to bet your rhomboid are torn to shreds from the posture too so bare minimum foam roll those
    I must be stupid or just having heard of them words what so ever ( foam roll and stretch, trigger release yourself ) I have no clue what that means shall I youtube it? Sorry I'm just dum but I am listening ? Rhomboid? I just I don't know what it means
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    Quote Originally Posted by crispycrown View Post

    Dude you're entire upper body is tight. If you want to lose weight lift light with perfect form and then hit cardio and stretch, stretch and stretch again. My job is to diagnose people posture problems and fix them.

    Look do me a favor relax your bad pec and then with the opposite hand reach in to your pec minor ( it's to the lower side of the shoulder where the pec inserts and look around for a lump or hard strand) odds are there's a huge knot. This is your pec minor and it's holding you back not because your lifting is off but because your flexibility is
    Wow! Please help me more bro? I need to sort this out man omg feel like a freak! ....... Ok so il just that now see if I can find a hard lump or strand brb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    I must be stupid or just having heard of them words what so ever ( foam roll and stretch, trigger release yourself ) I have no clue what that means shall I youtube it? Sorry I'm just dum but I am listening ? Rhomboid? I just I don't know what it means
    Haha okay I'm not meaning to be harsh but if you want results then you'll need to focus on this. Fixing your chest isn't about just benching more know what I mean?

    Look up self chest trigger release. Your muscle is surrounded by fascia which is super tight and can constrict it in time if the muscle is held in a certain position (hence your internally rotated shoulders) it happens a lot to people who play video games or are at a computer or text a lot.

    Also go look up foam rolling and invest in a foam roller and foam roll for at least an hour every day. Yes EVERY day.

    Than look up static stretching and stretch out all your muscles after you foam roll for at least another half hour. So I can spend half an hour lifting an hour trigger releasing as foam rolling and another half hour stretching. That's 2 hours at the gym. Do that and eventually your shoulders will roll back and should fix themselves in a few months if you're diligent
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Wow! Please help me more bro? I need to sort this out man omg feel like a freak! ....... Ok so il just that now see if I can find a hard lump or strand brb
    Haha you're not a freak it's a social norm for tight glutes and tight upper back and chest in today's world
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    Quote Originally Posted by crispycrown View Post

    Haha okay I'm not meaning to be harsh but if you want results then you'll need to focus on this. Fixing your chest isn't about just benching more know what I mean?

    Look up self chest trigger release. Your muscle is surrounded by fascia which is super tight and can constrict it in time if the muscle is held in a certain position (hence your internally rotated shoulders) it happens a lot to people who play video games or are at a computer or text a lot.

    Also go look up foam rolling and invest in a foam roller and foam roll for at least an hour every day. Yes EVERY day.

    Than look up static stretching and stretch out all your muscles after you foam roll for at least another half hour. So I can spend half an hour lifting an hour trigger releasing as foam rolling and another half hour stretching. That's 2 hours at the gym. Do that and eventually your shoulders will roll back and should fix themselves in a few months if you're diligent
    Omg! Your right when I was 15 I was depressed over my dad dieing and stayed in my room for about 4 years and all I did was play games all the time none stop
    Man if there's anyways to add ya as a friend? Ima look up everything and in the mean time just go light on weights with good form il keep ya updated man thanks a lot ima look up on them now wow
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    Omg! Your right when I was 15 I was depressed over my dad dieing and stayed in my room for about 4 years and all I did was play games all the time none stop
    Man if there's anyways to add ya as a friend? Ima look up everything and in the mean time just go light on weights with good form il keep ya updated man thanks a lot ima look up on them now wow
    Yeah man I'm a personal trainer so it's my job. Everyone thinks it's weight but in reality it's just the flexibility training and fascia that's causing the problems 9/10 times.

    Foam Rollin is hard but it will def give u a bi difference my man keep me updated with your progress and hopefully you can open up that chest my man.

    U can just go to my profile if you want ill accept your friend request
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    Quote Originally Posted by crispycrown View Post

    Yeah man I'm a personal trainer so it's my job. Everyone thinks it's weight but in reality it's just the flexibility training and fascia that's causing the problems 9/10 times.

    Foam Rollin is hard but it will def give u a bi difference my man keep me updated with your progress and hopefully you can open up that chest my man.

    U can just go to my profile if you want ill accept your friend request
    Thanks bro il still book appointment with doctor see if I can get a one on one in face contact to help me ( I doubt it tho ) I'm just going to charge my ipad soon as its charge I'm looking up everything your saying il add ya now..... Iv looked at your back and it's ****ing huge bro and strait! Good stuff il message ya soon brother thanks and thanks to everyone else aswell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troyboi

    Thanks bro il still book appointment with doctor see if I can get a one on one in face contact to help me ( I doubt it tho ) I'm just going to charge my ipad soon as its charge I'm looking up everything your saying il add ya now..... Iv looked at your back and it's ****ing huge bro and strait! Good stuff il message ya soon brother thanks and thanks to everyone else aswell
    A doctor won't do much man they'll just say stand up straight just do what I said and it'll be fixed in time
  

  
 

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