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Unread 10-07-2017, 08:54 PM
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Default n=1 celeb ultra low BF to normal BF weight gain example


http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz...ain-rehab.html

(First pic on link if it doesn't load)
Dude goes from ultra BB show shredded to a more normal 17% or so after 30 lbs of weight gain.
https://www.celebheights.com/s/Aaron-Carter-5970.html

Celeb heights lists him as 5'8, so even if you're on the shorter side you can still gain 30 lbs and not even look chubby if you're ripped.

I think it also reinforces another belief. Assuming he doesn't work out and I think it's safe to say yes, his abs pop out and has insane ab definition. No abs? You're simply too fat.
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Get to 10% bodyfat first while lifting weights heavy 3x a week with reduced volume. Two weeks maintenance. Bulk up slowly (1 lb weight gain per week max), focus on getting stronger, measure body composition changes often.
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Unread 10-08-2017, 07:59 AM
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That’s lower than 17%. Aaron Carter was also a huge druggie and probably not eating much at all besides the whiskey, cocaine, and meth diet in the before pic. Not a great example of how this works.
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Unread 10-08-2017, 06:43 PM
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Well just because he's skinny doesn't mean he didn't work his abs.
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Thatís lower than 17%. Aaron Carter was also a huge druggie and probably not eating much at all besides the whiskey, cocaine, and meth diet in the before pic. Not a great example of how this works.
No, it's perfect! Take a lot of drugs and get ripped abs! (half-joking)
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Half-way measures don't get very far. You can only do one thing well at a time. Trying to gain muscle while losing fat will result in failure.

Get to 10% bodyfat first while lifting weights heavy 3x a week with reduced volume. Two weeks maintenance. Bulk up slowly (1 lb weight gain per week max), focus on getting stronger, measure body composition changes often.
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I don't believe that weight lifting is necessary to achieve a good ripped look although it certainly would help to have muscle mass added. I can only say this anecdotally because I'm cutting and I don't lift weights though the definition I see coming in is making me look like I lift (well I do do push-ups/pull-ups/ab work etc.)
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Don't forget the AAS
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Don't forget the AAS
Really?
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You don't think he's on something in the first pic? Sure looks like it. I'd guess he's running like anavar with a test booster at the very least...

He's a bit celebrity drug addict. Part of his job description is to maintain his body to stay famous.

I don't see a lot of guys with that type of ab definition just because they have low body fat. For that kind of stomach he should have some muscle from squatting/deadlifting/pullups/etc.... you won't get those doing crunches that's for sure. So yeah My guess is drugs
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You don't think he's on something in the first pic? Sure looks like it. I'd guess he's running like anavar with a test booster at the very least...

He's a bit celebrity drug addict. Part of his job description is to maintain his body to stay famous.

I don't see a lot of guys with that type of ab definition just because they have low body fat. For that kind of stomach he should have some muscle from squatting/deadlifting/pullups/etc.... you won't get those doing crunches that's for sure. So yeah My guess is drugs
Just...lol
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Why are threads like these so utterly pointlessly stupid from start to finish?

I'm closing this nonsense. What a complete waste of space, time and bandwidth.
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