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Losing weight does have a correlation with working out/lifting. The most important thing is your diet, not the program. The program is 30%-40% of weight loss, while your diet is the 60-70%. What you put in your body becomes your body. If you eat clean, your body will be clean (cut, slim, lean). Working out tones the body to lift the weight that you want, ...


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First off, congratulations to your progress! With those numbers though, just like you say, I believe you still have some to gain from a foundational (linear progression) strength program. My personal favorite is StrongLifts but others swear by Starting Strength. Either would work for you. StrongLifts took my squat from 90 kg to 125 kg (5RM) in two months. ...


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Your results will depend on the calorie surplus. A large surplus will lead to increases in large increases in both muscle and fat, it will also lead to large strength increases. Most of the progressions look realistic to me if you have little experience of strength training. Deltoid raises and seated cable rows look a bit optimistic. Is there a particular ...



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