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    Mitsu3726 is offline New Member
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    19 years old, 3-month progress

    Whats up guys? Just been reading the board for a couple months and decided to throw up some pics and introduce myself.

    19 years old, 194 lb/5'11, 14% body fat. Started lifting on Sept 1st 2005. I dabbled in it for a few months on and off in the past. Lost a ton of muscle and fat over the summer (was previously 235 lbs).

    I do a 3 day split (chest/tris, back/bis, legs/shoulders) and have to start doing cardio again as I am trying to get down to around 175.

    Only thing I have been taking is my multi, whey, and my amino complex.

    Critique please...haha thanks guys
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    Thumbs down

    good job, you are on the right track , dont drop to 175 , you will look too small!!!

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    looking good bro!

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    Very awesome for only 3 months and only 19! It's especially hard to pull that off while dieting besides.

    Many cudos indeed.

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    great job man, shoulders and bi's look like they have grown the most. keep up that hard work bro and youll be seeing your goal in no time. and congrats on your first post lol

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    Thanks for the replies guys. Very much appreciated. Gotta put some more emphasize on my chest and legs. Thanks again for the comments.

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    Good progress, If you need to switch things up try shoulders on chest and tri day, and just have a leg day. If your hitting legs as hard as you should be, then doing shoulders on that day should be very hard if not impossible.

    Brian

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    Definatly gonna switch up my routine a little bit. Legs have to grow a ton so Im gonna give them their own day like you said. Thanks for the advice.

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