I can honestly say my legs need some work. I couldn't train them for 2 years when I had Morbus Schlatter but that is not a valid reason anymore, I will start training them wheels good. Calves and triceps surely needs work and that has been pointed out before, so I will start a new program focusing on them. Thanks for your oppinions!
Just echoing other people here but you have a really good base. You should be proud and just continue the good work and gain some general mass and you should be able to keep a very solid physique for most of your life.
Well the thing is that I wanted to compete in benchpress because it was my best exercise. It ended up with me having a shot at the gold in the swedish championships and I just went for it. I left most of my training aside to be as good as possible at benhing and it worked out well and I won. So today I am a swedish champion in benchpress for guys up to 18 years old and I am proud of it.
Sice november last year I have gone back to training the whole body and this week I have been starting to take extra care about my legs and triceps. Anyways thanks for you compliment!
Haha it's quiet embarrassing actually but since I live in Sweden I can't measure in ft. so I used a converter and used it terribly wrong! I ended up 6 ft 7 and thought I was that tall untill my fried was like: "whooa, I didn't know you were 210 cm (it's a lot)". It was very embarrassing so I tried to "cover it up" and never mention it again. But now I am guilty as charged so here goes nothing, I am Not 6.7, I am simply 6 ft tall
After injuring my knees I started lifting some weights. Not too heavy, I was always able to do 12-20 reps without any problem. I have up until now not felt anything even close to an injury which I think is kinda positive! I think that what helped me stay uninjured was versatile training. I didn't only lift weights, I was also running, stretching and doing coordination-training.