BEFORE + AFTER PICS- What Do I Need To Do To Achieve This? Help Needed!

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  1. dingdong

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    Hi,

    I done a very rough mock-up of how I'd like my body to look like using a current picture of me. I'd like some tips/regimes to get my body to look like that "after" picture. :smile:

    It may not be entirely clear in the picture, but the two main things is to build the chest or at least achieve some defintion, because at the moment I have none. :confused: Also, I'd like to get slightly bigger arms, just so the general width of my upper half is broader. :smile: You may notice, the protruding collar bone is gone in the "after" picture!

    I also have a question:confused:: Eventhough I have a relatively flat stomach when I stand up, it always bulges when I sit down. I assume i just to go for aerobic workout (jogging etc), but surely this will just burn of even more calories, which would make building muscle in the chest and arms even more difficult? :confused:

    Weights, reps etc. I dont have a clue AT ALL. I'm not really after a massive chest because it wouldnt look right on my frame. I'd just like to know if it is achieveable in 6 months? :confused:

    Here's the picture, any advice is welcome!! :smile:
    (The left is the "before", and the right is the "after")

    thanks! :smile:
     

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    Sure. It's achievable. Just work out with fewer reps, eat lots of protein and get a lot of sleep.
     
  3. nudeyorker

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    Flyes
    Military Press
    Front Raise
    Lateral Raise
    Upright Row
    One Arm Row
    Reverse Laterals
    Shrugs
    Bicep Curls
    Isolated Curls
    Tricep Extensions
    Crunches and Reverse Curls
    If you are in good health, I suggest 12 to 18 reps in sets of three, three days a week!

    All this is for the upper body, don't forget about your legs!
     
  4. lpsg17

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    There is alot of good advice on the BB group here. You may want to join there is a good variety of people there at different stages and levels, but i think that you can achieve the results you are after.
     
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    You look fine but there's always room for improvement - I do the gym 3/4 times a week -

    as was said - eating, sleeping well and enjoying life, which is a gift, is the BEST way to good health of mind, body & spirit.

    ENJOY !
     
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    i will buck the trend here and say you look fine the way you are! But good luck with your bulking up anyway
     
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    thanks for the support guys :)
    Any more advice is welcome! :)
     
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