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    Bench, squat and deadlift

    Not sure if this is the right section but ill post here anyways.

    Just want your guys' opinions on where im at. So,

    im 18, 164ish pounds

    Benchpress is 175lbs

    Squat is 225lbs

    Deadlift is 315lbs raw

    Been training about a year, how am i doing in your opinion. in the gym 6days a week (out now due to broken wrist, back soon lol)

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    Giving a weight without giving your height makes it useless. Lifts look good esp if the squat is atg.

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    Wow thanks for that link warrior and sorry, I'm 6foot tall

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    Quote Originally Posted by GymAddict69 View Post
    Wow thanks for that link warrior and sorry, I'm 6foot tall
    I love that website. Lots of good info.


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    Absolutely

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    just keep working out, use good form and don't get all caught up in numbers, they will come in time

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctr10 View Post
    just keep working out, use good form and don't get all caught up in numbers, they will come in time
    This, right here.
    If gunners were as violent as anti-gunners believe, logically there wouldn't be any anti-gunners left.

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    For sure! Not too too concerned , just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by GymAddict69 View Post
    For sure! Not too too concerned , just curious
    Try to gain weight so you can increase your lifts. I would eat as much healthy food as I could and do cardio a few days a week. Whether you want fat loss or not its good for your health anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warriorblaze View Post
    Great resource, thanks for sharing! I never saw this before.

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    Keep it up.
    You are at the age where hormones/testosterone is flowing. Eat and lift.

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