I started doing chest exercises (along with an actually GOOD workout routine) 2 months ago.
I have also bulked from 140-146 lbs. in those 2 months with a guesstimate of around 4 lbs. of lean mass and 2lb.s of body fat.
I also had an annoying layer of body fat to begin with 2 months ago (not alot of body fat, it’s just this annoying “skinny guy with bodyfat” type thing).
Back to my pecs. During those 2 months I just did regular bench presses (no inlines or declines, just the leveled one). Now my outer pecs have some growth but it’s weird, the skin is kind of droopy and my pecs look like they’re pointing downward, but minorly. Is this due to the body fat? I figured after 2 months of as clean a bulk as possible (besides lean animal meat, the only saturated fat I know of in my diet comes from natural peanut butter). Is this due to just doing bench presses…would changing from incline to decline to regular really have made the pecs look better
Also, the center of my chest between the two pecs and going up to the thyroid area is skin and bones. When I flex, these tendon looking things coming at a slant from my outer pecs towards the center of my chest vibrate.
Should the pecs be this hard to develop? I never did chest exercises EVER since 2 months ago, so I figured they would shape nicely before the actual growth occurs.
Sorry, I just don’t know how to explain it, the way I explained it seems like some kind of horror movie or something, but it isn’t that bad just very annoying.
P.S - I am now trying Chad Waterbury’s TBT program, so I’m hoping trying a routine that changes workouts around helps my body form better. I never used to change workouts, I used to just do a couple specific compound exercises each workout day for those 2 months.