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Will I maintain my sets x reps? If you achieve AxB sets x reps on an exercise and keep at the same reps and weight but do it every week you will get good at doing that exercise. It will become easier and your body will adapt. You won't gain any significant muscle but you will most likely maintain your current physique (based on your regime). How can I ...


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With all due respect, you are wasting your time. This weight you are gaining is not the kind of weight you want to gain. As long as you do not train and you do not follow a strict muscle gaining diet all you earn is fat. It may not be visible (subcutaneous fat), but it is still there and this kind of fat is even more dangerous (visceral fat). Don't leave ...


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Your workout's level of success depends on many variables, so don't deduce that you have serious problems after 4 days. It may be related to stress, insufficient sleep, some hard work you've done, and some days we are not at our best for no apparent reason. Anyway, if your goal is to maximize your chin up reps while not doing other exercises, I recommend ...


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This sounds like a very common muscular imbalance which can be brought on by tendencies in your sitting position, standing position, and a lot of other factors. What NOT to do You might be inclined to work one side more than the other to catch up, but that is a mistake! Let's say your left buttcheek is sagging because the right gluteus medius is stronger ...


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When should I start working out? As soon as possible. At 26 you still have the ability to quickly adapt to new exercise and develop muscle relatively easily. Is it better if I continued my strategy until I'm 65 kg for example? (FYI: I weigh 56kg now). Your weight is just a number that tells you how much of a effect gravity has on you. I suspect what ...


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Firstly, congratulations on your weight loss, that is really good what you have achieved and you should be proud! First step is always the hardest. Diet Your diet is pretty good, maybe add in a bit more protein like chicken breast and other lean meat. Potentially when your workouts get a bit more aggressive, you might need to add in a little bit more ...


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Apart from what @Boris and @Josaur said, I would like to suggest you some tips as you are only 17 years old. Durability and quality of structure always depends on the raw materials that has been used for its construction. So, to start with you can't just think about having a healthy body without following proper healthy diet. As you are just 17 years old ...


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Since you've got a chin up bar at home, I'd recommend something like Pavel's Greasing the groove method. I've used this in other exercises to great effect. Basically, take half the maximum amount of chin ups you can do (note: chin ups are with your palms facing you in an underhand grip, pull ups are with your palms facing away with an overhand grip) and ...



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