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I Need a Little Help

Hey guys, I’m new here.

I need a little help from all you experts out there, pretty please. Other forums tend to ignore me just at the fact that I’m a newbie.

My scenario here is a whole different one.

First of all, I am training in MMA.

I had always been in the featherweight division and I really wanna bulk up and get into lightweight, at least.

I have been working out since I was like fourteen, and now I am 18. I have a somewhat built body. To help you guys see my condition, I have uploaded a photo of me.

Aite, but when I don’t flex it, my muscles won’t really show, probably because of the fats. Genetics. But I’m trying my best to fight it.

From where I am, gyms here are super expensive. And supplements are CRAZY expensive, and being someone not very rich, I can’t afford both.

I depend on fish for my protein intake, and that’s just it.

So the main point is, I need your help to construct for me a workout plan.

The catch is, I train at home with only adjustable dumbells, a chin up bar, a barbell and a bench.

Can you guys construct for me a home workout program that could help me bulk up?

I am currently 135 lbs, and my goal is to shoot up straight to 180lbs. I am going to work really hard to achieve my goals. I want to make it in time for next years South east Asia championship.

Please help me guys.

Thanks for even reading this.

how many calories are you eating and how much weight do you have? for your bench

Okay, you really want to build up some muscles, but you have no gym and won’t eat anything but fish for protein.

Why don’t you read up on the site for a while, see what you normally would be told to do… and see if you can’t find a way to work around your limitations.

[quote]vroom wrote:
Okay, you really want to build up some muscles, but you have no gym and won’t eat anything but fish for protein.

Why don’t you read up on the site for a while, see what you normally would be told to do… and see if you can’t find a way to work around your limitations.[/quote]

Straight up. That is like saying I want to build a home, but all I have is this one board and three nails. You need to be able to lift heavy weights period to gain substantial muscle from where you are at now. It won’t happen from benching 60 pounds ad nauseum. Get a gym membership.

You also need to eat a variety of lean proteins and healthy fats and carbs.

Read Vroom’s beginners thread.

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[quote]vroom wrote:
Okay, you really want to build up some muscles, but you have no gym and won’t eat anything but fish for protein.

Why don’t you read up on the site for a while, see what you normally would be told to do… and see if you can’t find a way to work around your limitations.[/quote]

Ahhiahet Den…

Thankss, I’ll definitely look around the forum.

I think that’s the reason why I stopped gaining muscles, because I use the same old weights sets.

I guess I’ll be joining a gym soon, and if there’s a will, there’s a way.