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Well, BMI is based on weight and height. and since you can't really increase height, you need to gain weight as you say. You also say in a "healthy" way, I'm going to assume this means max muscle gain with minimal to no fat increase. Depending on your fitness history, this will determine how "quick" the weight gain is. For example, if you haven't weight ...


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First, as a minor note, you're not seeing arteries, you're seeing veins. Hence getting more "vascular" due to shed body fat. I can almost guarantee that working out your core is not the reason for gaining 10lbs. Maybe, and that's a MASSIVE maybe, side planks led to your obliques being developed and added maybe a lbs of solid muscle which could lead to a ...


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Fat distribution in your body is entirely linked with your genetics. In general, for men, the last/hardest area to burn fat is located on the belly, and above the hips (side of the belly). But this can really differ from one guy to another, for example: I have remaining fat on the belly, and on the whole back (top to bottom), but no fat at all on my ...



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