definition is all about proper diet/nutrition bro, not any specific training.
I have some problem that my height is only 168 cm (5' 7"). If I increase by body size too much I will look more short. So, I would like to add definition instead.
Could anybody tell me the concept to add definition and the necessary supplement/nutrition to help me cut and add definition?
Now, I do cardiovascular 4-5 days a week, (Low Impact Aerobic, 1 hour and cycling bicycle) Now my body weight is 150 lbs and my body fat is about 18%
ditto...increasing definition comes with the decrease of body fat. once you get down to <12-14 % bf you will see some decent definition. when you get down to single digit bf% then you will see great defintion in your muscles...
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Could you please give me more detail about proper, please?
Are you mean like.. take enought protien, vitamin and proper sleep ??
I heard that if I use the low weight but high rep/more set. This method will increase the definition. (i.e. Leg Extension at 10 Lbs, 25 Reps and 6 Sets)
Does the above statement possible/work ? I heard it for a long time.
That's an old myth. As said above increase LBM, decrease BF% = definition There is no magical way of doing it just hard work and proper nutrition.Originally Posted by Smith_X
Smith_X, where are you from?
you can't add definition, you gain definition from losing (fat that is)
"If you don't eat your meat, you can't have any pudding. How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?" Pink Floyd, Another Brick in the Wall
I'm from Thailand. Supplement in Thailand is outrangous expensive...
Whey 2 lbs is about $100 > in GNC Shop
Optimum Nutrition 5 Lbs is $60 >> Hard to find...
OK, then I will lift more and harder to add muscle mass and I will also aerobic 1 hours a day, 5 days a week to less my body fat.