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    Thanks in advance for all the help , My main aim is to get rid of the belly and get a flat one or possibly abs. I'm in A-levels right now so I can't go everyday but anyway, here's my current workout plan:

    Wednesday - Shoulders and Legs

    Friday - Chest and Triceps

    Sunday - Back, Biceps and Forearm

    Since going to gym, I eat the following foods a part from he regular lunch and dinner:

    2 Raw egg whites mixed with maximuscle promax protein shake with water (2 scoops of promax) only after gym

    Every morning porridge with honey and some chopped almonds

    Banana at least one a day (this was only recently started)

    Chicken every 2 - 3 days or some other meat which is usually turkey
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    Do full body workouts, no split bull****. Look up either babylovers SS or Jasondb 5x5


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    why the neg?, I'm just asking
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    (Original post by UnknownError)
    Do full body workouts, no split bull****. Look up either babylovers SS or Jasondb 5x5


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    I my food stuff Okay?, Whats wrong with splitting up the workout?, It prevent major injury doesn't it?
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    Don't just randomly neg without having something to say.
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    Try to add more milk, and pasta, lots of pasta.

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    (Original post by chappers-94)
    Try to add more milk, and pasta, lots of pasta.

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    Thanks, so how does pasta help? because I heard of milk but not pasta being good
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    (Original post by Skilled)
    Thanks, so how does pasta help? because I heard of milk but not pasta being good
    Depending on what build you want to achieve.
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    (Original post by chappers-94)
    Depending on what build you want to achieve.
    So is it good for weight loss as well as gaining muscle?
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    (Original post by Skilled)
    Thanks in advance for all the help , My main aim is to get rid of the belly and get a flat one or possibly abs. I'm in A-levels right now so I can't go everyday but anyway, here's my current workout plan:

    Wednesday - Shoulders and Legs

    Friday - Chest and Triceps

    Sunday - Back, Biceps and Forearm

    Since going to gym, I eat the following foods a part from he regular lunch and dinner:

    2 Raw egg whites mixed with maximuscle promax protein shake with water (2 scoops of promax) only after gym

    Every morning porridge with honey and some chopped almonds

    Banana at least one a day (this was only recently started)

    Chicken every 2 - 3 days or some other meat which is usually turkey
    The ONLY WAY you're going to lose that belly is to count your calories. Google your maintenance calories and cycle them so you're about 10% over that on a workout day and about -25% under on a rest day. The weight will definitely come off in time. If you want to see a six pack once the fat has gone throw in a little ab routine after you workouts for like 3-5mins and it will certainly make a difference.

    Your workout looks okay, aim for about 4-5 exercises per day with about 3 sets per exercise and for each set use a weight that lets you lift to failure on the first set of the exercise for about 8-12 reps.
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    try this workout seriously helped me a lot and has helped millions of others

    http://stronglifts.com/
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    (Original post by Skilled)
    So is it good for weight loss as well as gaining muscle?
    Yes, it is, just don't go overboard on pasta.

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    (Original post by chappers-94)
    Yes, it is, just don't go overboard on pasta.

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    Yum... Pasta pasta pasta!, haha joking
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    Tats the closest person to give you decent advice, find out your maintenance calories and then get yourself on a slight calorific deficit. If your skinny fat and want to get abs I wouldn't cut cause you'll just look skinny with abs, which isn't impressive. Id personally hit maintenance calories, you'll add mass while decreasing Bf due to newb gains.

    Stick to 3/4 a week full body routines for the best results as a beginner. You can include Ab sessions 2/3 a week but they'll never show without low bf.
 
 
 
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