Should I Bulk or Go On With the Cut?

[quote]ShadowPaper wrote:
The thing is as of now, i dont think i look much different.[/quote]
You’re high if you don’t see a difference. It’s obviously a different angle and different lighting, but you seem to have lost noticeable fat from your waistline and moobs. Not saying you’re ready to step on stage, but there’s been legit progress. Now, with that said, let’s get critical:

[quote]Pasta 4 oz
Cottage cheese 1 cup
Pasta Sauce 1/2 cup
15 almonds.
16 oz of Salmon
2 slices of pizza

176 g protein.[/quote]
Unless I’m missing something, 1 cup of cottage cheese and 16 oz of salmon (the only serious protein sources you ate) is not 176g of protein. A quick look at some numbers shows around 100-110g, maybe. You’ve got to make sure there’s a quality source of protein every time you eat. That’s muscle-building 101.

[quote]I did this for the first 2 months.

For the last 2 month i’ve been doing this.
Your current plan is nuts. Tons of stuff wrong with it - redundant exercises, volume imbalance, set/rep scheme problems, just… whoa. Go back to the Tried and True program or almost any other plan in the Archive.

Your goals are your own thing, so that’s fine, but just understand what a 19-inch arm on a 5’9"/5’10" person really is. For reference, 4-time Mr. Universe Bill Pearl was about your height and had 17 1/2-inch arms at 200 pounds and 19 1/2-inch arms at 230 pounds.

I’m not saying don’t set big goals, but a key principle of S.M.A.R.T. goal-setting is keeping it realistic: