Your off to a good start your numbers will only go up with time and maturity. Stick with what your doing until it doesn’t work. Keep stuff basic and simple don’t over think stuff. Make sure your form is decent . Find in real life someone that can mentor you be it a coach or a more knowledgeable lifter that is successful.
Thanks bulldog, I will gladly follow your advice man
Incredible stats! I’d like to see video too. I see grown men over 200lbs unable to press 100lbs. I just saw a grown tittiboi with 10’s on a barbell dancing around to get it up.
Our youth is not completely lost! Unless he comes back and says he is on his third cycle.
i will get the videos up soon, and thank you this is also at the tail end of my first ever lean bulk, so carbs and calories have been higher and the numbers have been soaring
bump for vids
@flipcollar videos are here: New Plan/What to Do in Future
Here is what I am planning on doing but I have a few questions. Right now I am 15 years old, 5’9, 153 pounds and 15% body fat. My best lifts include hex bar deadlift 390x1, barbell back squat 300x1, barbell bench press, 180x1, and barbell front squat 260x1. I just got off of a bulk and am thinkinh about leaning out getting below 11ish percent body fat and then going on a long term continous lean bulk with a very slight calorie surplus. I say this because I am a former fat boy, and am kind of afraid of getting over 15% body fat ever again, but I know at my age the best thing to do is to just eat a surplus of clean foods, lift heavy, and sleep. Any suggestions on what to do going forward would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
No cutting, dieting, leaning out etc. You are small.
Seems to be a few 5’8”-9”, 150ish teenagers lately with questionably high lifts for their apparent size…
^ Im guessing they’re not using full ROM
Whatever happened to just eating to grow? You can bulk without getting fat if you weigh yourself consistently
To answer your question, consider the 5/3/1 BBB 3 month challenge, and maybe do it twice.
What happened to those videos?
- Eat 3 to 4 meals a day. Each meal containing protein, fats, carbs, veggies/fruit.
- Do 5/3/1 BBB or something like it
- Run 2x a week
- Do steps 1-3 without missing a day for 1 year.
If you do this you will be lean, strong, and will look good.
You forgot 5…
- Post videos
I’ve been trying to get the videos but workout with the baseball team, marking it hard to film anything
No offence, but that’s a pretty ridiculous statement.
You could even front up to your coach and say you’ve got a buddy out of town who’s giving you shit about not believing how much you lift and could you be allowed to film to get him off your back.
I’ll just get videos at a different place so hex bar will have to be substituted for sumo deadlift
Which will probably be around 350
I can definitely believe that getting somebody to film can be hard.
But a tripod on amazon is 15 bux, and propping it up on a wall is free. And if you’re not shy, you can ask a teammate.
Im more interested in seeing the squat video, and it doesn’t need to be maximal lift - send us any working set. On that note, the fact that you’re about to max out on Sumo because somebody asked to see a vid makes me believe you don’t have any structure to your training.
I do have structure and follow my program closely but I figured it is needs to be seen so bad I could just fit it in one day and just add some lighter accessory work instead of a regular program day, and I can get the squat video for reps at my house
Brother you are all over the place right now.
First of, saying you’ll take a hex bar deadlift video to prove how much you can pull sumo is similar to saying you’ll take a leg press video to show how much you can squat. You want to post a video of the most forgiving deadlift variation to make a point about your ability to execute arguably the least forgiving variation.
What’s happening is that the more excuses and changes you come up with, the more it looks like your claims about what you can do are untrue, because it looks like you’re trying to avoid posting videos.
We would all like to believe you, because a small 15 year old lifting those weights is awesome. Except it’s really quite rare. What is much more common is a small 15 year old claiming to lift those weights while in reality he is at best quarter squatting, benching with his butt so far off the bench that you could fit a football under him and not touching the bar to his chest, while deadlifting with so much hitch it looks like he’s riding an uncontrolled jackhammer.
I’m not saying that’s you. Based on experience, however, it is quite likely that it is. You want to stop people wondering, post videos of you lifting reasonably close to the weights you claim you can lift.