what part of my body should i work on the most in improving? (pics)

  1. what part of my body should i work on the most in improving? (pics)


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    these is my body, I weight 77kg, my hight is 177cm 21% fat I'm pretty average I used to be around 101kg but lost it and went to 66kg and I gain weight at 77kg but I still hate my body, what part of my body do you think i should improve the most? and how?


  2. Everything. Later focus on core and back to get the upper body wider -making the hips appear smaller.
    I saw worse, lot of work ahead.
    Life is fair it's your expectations that aren't.
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  3. How long have you been lifting weights?

  4. Quote Originally Posted by mickc1965 View Post
    How long have you been lifting weights?
    in 2016 i lifted weights for 2 months with the help of my trainer but I quit after I saw no difference at all

    last week i started lifting weights with a new trainer in my university and i hope he's better in helping me he said in 6 weeks ill see great improvements

  5. Quote Originally Posted by hairygrandpa View Post
    Everything. Later focus on core and back to get the upper body wider -making the hips appear smaller.
    I saw worse, lot of work ahead.
    would 6 weeks of hard exercise guaranty that I can get a 6 pack and a V shape? or do I need more time?
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  6. Based on the fact you are new to lifting then there is a strong possibility that you can actually recomp (lose fat and gain muscle). You will need to stick to compound exercises such as Squats, Deadlifts, Barbell Rows (or variations of), Bench Press and Overhead Press, you can do isolation exercises for arms but they should not be necessary as if your compound exercises are selected correctly then biceps and triceps will be exercised doing the compound exercises.

    I am not sure what you expect in 6 weeks, this is a long term game, you may see a small improvement in 6 weeks if everything is on point but realistically you need to persevere for at least 6 months to see any real gains. I would concentrate on gaining back width by adding in pull-ups / lat pull downs to the aforementioned exercises.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by Saif96 View Post
    would 6 weeks of hard exercise guaranty that I can get a 6 pack and a V shape? or do I need more time?
    No! See my previous post, please do not believe that everything can change in just 6 weeks. Getting what you want will take 12 months or even longer even with diet, training and life in general (stress etc) all being perfect. It's a long game.

  8. Look into Lyle McDonalds Body Recomposition website for information about weight loss etc, lots of good info even though a lot of people dislike him.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Saif96 View Post
    in 2016 i lifted weights for 2 months with the help of my trainer but I quit after I saw no difference at all

    last week i started lifting weights with a new trainer in my university and i hope he's better in helping me he said in 6 weeks ill see great improvements
    2 months is nothing mate you need to be more patient it takes a lot of time, hard work and dedication to change your physique. Take Micks advice, your workouts should be centred around compound exercises.

    Also get your nutrition in order if that's not in check you'll get nowhere fast as it's as important as your training, if not more so. There are guys like Mike Matthews, Jim Stoppani, Jeff Cavaliere that have books, programs, nutrition guides and all that, you are better following as imo most PTs don't have a clue.

    Pick one you like and stick with them and you'll get results. They all have different methods but will get you to the same place in the end just choose which one you prefer.

    Watch as many videos online as you can about technique and form on the different exercises to make sure you're getting the most from your training and so you don't get injured when the weights get heavy.

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Saif96 View Post
    in 2016 i lifted weights for 2 months with the help of my trainer but I quit after I saw no difference at all

    last week i started lifting weights with a new trainer in my university and i hope he's better in helping me he said in 6 weeks ill see great improvements
    Need much longer than 2 months and also 6 weeks... Ive lifted continuously for 2 year with little breaks apart from holidays and im still building my physique.. You will see small changes but to have a strong muscular physique you need time patience and a knowledge of what your doing... Train (Whenever possible) have a structured training program in place and focus on compound movements. Next is diet.. Its so important you eat to grow. Have dirty foods (I hate that term but..) if need be and lift and you will change but give yourself atleast 12 month.. Take progress pics along the way. You will barely notice mirror changes as you see yourself everyday but a progress pic of 6 months apart you will say i can see a ton of difference.

  11. These guys know lifting and Bodybuilding. Diet and lifting consistently is the key.
    May I suggest using this app to track your bloodwork tests:
    myBloodTracker for IPhone and IPad
    https://appsto.re/us/vvMndb.i

  12. Honestly being a new slate you can make considerable progress but to think a guaranteed 6 pack is possible I such a short timeframe is too far fetched. Now you need to pack on some muscle to that frame but you will decrease bf at the same time thus bringing you closer to your goal.

    Focus on your diet and stay consistent to your trainers program. Do the work and allow the process to work.
    Current Log: http://anabolicminds.com/forum/workout-logs/291581-officially-chasing-abs.html#post5714196

  13. stay dedicated and you will get where you want to be some times you don't even realize the progress your making... it's just a gradual process...

  14. 6 weeks 6 packs from 21 bodyfat not a chance. Don’t let that discourage you, it a better for a great physique to be ha even to attain. It’s more exclusive that way.

  15. If 6 weeks was all it took we'd all have abs. H3ll, even @hairygrandpa would be cut by now.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by Saif96 View Post
    would 6 weeks of hard exercise guaranty that I can get a 6 pack and a V shape? or do I need more time?
    Sure! I would say 3 weeks is enough. After 6 weeks you will be too big.
    Life is fair it's your expectations that aren't.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Saif96 View Post
    would 6 weeks of hard exercise guaranty that I can get a 6 pack and a V shape? or do I need more time?
    Are you being serious. You have very unreal expectations, I'm not trying to be a jerk. Try more like 6 months to a year of perfect diet and weights. It's a marathon not a sprint
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