Edit: Just wanted to say the amount of replies in such a short time is absolutely fantastic. Thank you so much for pouring in your opinions. It really helps to increase my knowledge, and I’d like to continue discussing this so that I can get the best possible plan. Keep putting in your suggestions lads.
Edit 2: I’m going to make a workout plan along with a diet plan document and upload it here. Maybe from there we can see how realistic this plan will look. Will upload it in a day or two.
Hi I’m new and I’d like some helpful advice.
I’m 18 turning 19 by the end of September, and I am also very thin. Genetically, I’m strong and have good bone density but my physical appearance tells a different story. I want to start working out during mid May and give myself one year to help build my physique, so that I can help people with my strength, and so that I can have an intimadating physique which could help me protect those around me. I want to do this by building a workout plan that will help increase my testosterone to the highest level possible, and I also want to do this by using an intermittent fasting diet. I want to incorporate these changes into my lifestyle, so that it becomes a part of me. I am willing and determined, but I want to get the plan right before I spearhead into it. The basic is to workout Mon, Wed, and Fri. My body goal is to end looking like Jason Momoa when he was in GOT (Khal Drogo). My first question is; Can a thin person who does not eat a lot do intermittent fasting, provided that he eats the right meals and the right amount? My second question is; What is the best workout to help increase both my testosterone and HGH to it’s maximum level, and at the same time build muscle mass and lost body fat (10% body fat goal)? My final question is; Can I incorporate intermittent fasting and the proposed workout together, and if so, how?
I really want to make a change in my life before I go onto university. I want to be the man I expected my self to be when I was 16. I’ve left it a bit late, but I still have to make the change as testosterone levels are at it’s peak around the age of twenty for men. I appreciate any help given, as long as it is good and important advice.
Thank you very much.