I would just keep gaining, eat more meals or have more protein shakes throughout the day if progress has stalled. You can diet when you get older. If you constantly gain 15-20 lbs reevaluate yourself then diet a little then gain again you will run around in circles. Then when you end up being 30-35 you would have wasted all those years when you could have been gaining decent muscle mass.
It’s easier to get big and strong younger then it is when you are older, plain and simple.
XB, I gotta say, this is a lot easier for you to say, you will literally never have to worry about cutting, every calories you ever put in your body is burned up.
This guy claims to be 17%, which means he is probably closer to 25%.
He would probably be better off doing a quick re-comp.
Well there have just been a lot of the “should i keep gaining or cut?” style threads and more often then not, the person asking this question just needs to keep lifting heavy and eating. I also didn’t know the OP was over 30, so that makes a big difference too.