6ft 7inch & starting the gym [HELP]

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Hello guys, I am 6foot 7, 115kg and I want to start going to the gym on a regular basis in the hope of forming an athletic build.

I know diet is important when it comes to building muscle & I think my diet is good currently with high protein, however it might need some tweeking as I am overweight. Does anyone know any good youtubers I can follow their gym/food routine so I can develop a weekly schedule.

Thanks a lot for your help
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(Original post by Hudl)
Hello guys, I am 6foot 7, 115kg and I want to start going to the gym on a regular basis in the hope of forming an athletic build.

I know diet is important when it comes to building muscle & I think my diet is good currently with high protein, however it might need some tweeking as I am overweight. Does anyone know any good youtubers I can follow their gym/food routine so I can develop a weekly schedule.

Thanks a lot for your help
I can give you a tip, my friend was in the same situation as you.... please don't just enter the gym and go lift weights.

I would recommend you for at least 3-5 months depending on how often you go is to focus on compound exercises.

Compound exercises are ones using more than one muscle group, so things like the kettle bell and battle ropes.

You will want to burn off fat while building slow but lean muscle.

If you go straight to weights you wont burn fat but gain quick muscle which is not healthy at all.

along with the compound exercises do interval cardio training, so go on the treadmill for 10 minutes and walk for 1 min then run for 1 minute then walk etc.....
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(Original post by Hudl)
Hello guys, I am 6foot 7, 115kg and I want to start going to the gym on a regular basis in the hope of forming an athletic build.

I know diet is important when it comes to building muscle & I think my diet is good currently with high protein, however it might need some tweeking as I am overweight. Does anyone know any good youtubers I can follow their gym/food routine so I can develop a weekly schedule.

Thanks a lot for your help
Fousey tube but his pranks are fake btw
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Fousey tube but his pranks are fake btw
so are his eyebrows
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Hello guys, I am 6foot 7, 115kg and I want to start going to the gym on a regular basis in the hope of forming an athletic build.

I know diet is important when it comes to building muscle & I think my diet is good currently with high protein, however it might need some tweeking as I am overweight. Does anyone know any good youtubers I can follow their gym/food routine so I can develop a weekly schedule.

Thanks a lot for your help
Definitely watch Buff bros I swear they helped me a lot when I first started to go to the gym and they're still helping me now!
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so are his eyebrows
When a guy has better eyebrows than you and you are a girl.:eek:
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Fousey tube but his pranks are fake btw
I can't see any actual gym videos on his channel
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(Original post by Hudl)
Hello guys, I am 6foot 7, 115kg and I want to start going to the gym on a regular basis in the hope of forming an athletic build.

I know diet is important when it comes to building muscle & I think my diet is good currently with high protein, however it might need some tweeking as I am overweight. Does anyone know any good youtubers I can follow their gym/food routine so I can develop a weekly schedule.

Thanks a lot for your help
If you are willing to spend some money, you can buy Total Six Pack Abs(TSPA) e-book. The program approaches fat loss scientifically. There is also a free e-book, Targeted Hypertrophy Training(THT), at musclehack.com, which is also by the same author as TSPA.

I can go into details if you want.
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I can't see any actual gym videos on his channel
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I can give you a tip, my friend was in the same situation as you.... please don't just enter the gym and go lift weights.

I would recommend you for at least 3-5 months depending on how often you go is to focus on compound exercises.

Compound exercises are ones using more than one muscle group, so things like the kettle bell and battle ropes.

You will want to burn off fat while building slow but lean muscle.

If you go straight to weights you wont burn fat but gain quick muscle which is not healthy at all.

along with the compound exercises do interval cardio training, so go on the treadmill for 10 minutes and walk for 1 min then run for 1 minute then walk etc.....
wot wot wot.
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If you go straight to weights you wont burn fat but gain quick muscle which is not healthy at all.
What do you mean by that?
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nonsense.
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What do you mean by that?
yeah, what if you're underweight and you wanna gain fat and muscle?
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yeah, what if you're underweight and you wanna gain fat and muscle?
If you want the fat as well, then you should to consume maintenance+growth allowance(usually 200-400)+as much as you want.
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yeah, what if you're underweight and you wanna gain fat and muscle?
You eat a lot of dont work on interval but fartlek or circuit based work using heavier weights
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