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Does anybody on TSR have 8 pack abs? watch

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    U mirin'? :smug:


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    (Original post by bad8oy)
    Also metabolism has a massive effect, some people don't necessarily need to be starving themselves to achieve a body fat % of 8%.


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    nope, it has a very small effect soz.
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    No one else even have a six pack then?
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    There's loads of skinny guys with 6 packs. Who'd have thought you could have that yet look so unaesthetic.

    If your shoulders are narrow and you have skinny pathetic arms, no 6 pack is gonna make up for that

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    (Original post by BCcfc92)
    Dilemma... But I thought you wanted the eight pack abs?!?!
    We'll go halvesies?
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    (Original post by silent ninja)
    There's loads of skinny guys with 6 packs. Who'd have thought you could have that yet look so unaesthetic.

    If your shoulders are narrow and you have skinny pathetic arms, no 6 pack is gonna make up for that

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    My point exactly
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    (Original post by ILovePancakes)
    We'll go halvesies?
    I'll blame you if I don't have my abs back by September 2014 . Nah, they'll be there, don't worry.
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    (Original post by BCcfc92)
    I'll blame you if I don't have my abs back by September 2014 . Nah, they'll be there, don't worry.
    I'll try not to tempt you any more. Waiting with anticipation.
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    (Original post by Le Nombre)
    Eat clen, tren hard.

    I do but they're principally a hangover from years of sport, in terms of lifting just do a normal routine with some core stuff and make sure you're eating the right stuff.
    I c what you did here, u cheeky boy
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    (Original post by KingGym)
    I c what you did here, u cheeky boy
    Eat clen?
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    (Original post by Le Nombre)
    Eat clen?
    Eat all the clen.
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    having abs for any ectomorph isn't hard if you play sport, its gaining the mass on the rest of your body which is the hard part

    bulking requires dedication -> in my profile pic i'm real slim @ about 70kg - the bulk to 80kg is hard but i'm getting there! (will update pics one day)
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    (Original post by Metropolis)
    having abs for any ectomorph isn't hard if you play sport, its gaining the mass on the rest of your body which is the hard part

    bulking requires dedication -> in my profile pic i'm real slim @ about 70kg - the bulk to 80kg is hard but i'm getting there! (will update pics one day)
    I wish I was that way round! I have the appetite of a horse and am naturally strong. I respond well to training but can put on fat easily due to my insatiable appetite. If I'm lean, I have an athletic 6/8 pack. Eating as much as I want and just training hard would be a dream, even if it took longer to get stronger. Cutting is much harder than bulking. But I can imagine it being hard for an 'ecto'. Sometimes it's not so much the body type but just the appetite. Also, when you have to overeat daily it does get harder, as when you are cutting weight, you could eat 5-6000 calories for a couple of days without being that full.
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    Keep deluding yourself that you want to get a six-pack ab.
    It doesn't ****ing matter about pathetic aesthetics - there are scrawny people with sick-packs, it doesn't mean anything.
    If you have to be so shallow as to be extrinsically motivated - rather give yourself achievable goal such as improving your PERFORMANCE and fitness rather than giving a **** about aesthetics
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    (Original post by BCcfc92)
    I wish I was that way round! I have the appetite of a horse and am naturally strong. I respond well to training but can put on fat easily due to my insatiable appetite. If I'm lean, I have an athletic 6/8 pack. Eating as much as I want and just training hard would be a dream, even if it took longer to get stronger. Cutting is much harder than bulking. But I can imagine it being hard for an 'ecto'. Sometimes it's not so much the body type but just the appetite. Also, when you have to overeat daily it does get harder, as when you are cutting weight, you could eat 5-6000 calories for a couple of days without being that full.
    we are opposite ends of the spectrum haha
    i actually have a clicker to keep track of my cals and force down meals when i'm getting behind :bawling::eating:
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    (Original post by Metropolis)
    we are opposite ends of the spectrum haha
    i actually have a clicker to keep track of my cals and force down meals when i'm getting behind :bawling::eating:
    Blimey, can we swap? Can't wait to get into a position to lean bulk. Will still be having at least 7-8 fruit/veg to fill me up! But at least I can fit in tasty food daily. I could force down the whole days food for dinner if I somehow forgot .
 
 
 
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