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User avatar #2346 to #2337 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
depends on how hard you work, how much weight you do, what you eat, and the like. On average, a few months and you'll notice. But with a good program and diet then it may only take a month.
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#2447 to #2348 - xxxsonic fanxxx (06/25/2012) [-]
how old are you?
~picktheusername~
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#3347 to #2448 - xxxsonic fanxxx (07/09/2012) [-]
thats sad
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User avatar #2351 to #2348 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
Eat more meat, drink protein shakes, just have items higher in protein. Also, if you want to get strong, you may want to work more than just the chest muscles. Run, lift and get your upper and lower body stronger. Just eating more protein, and lifting a little will make you gain weight (good muscle weight) and you'll gain strength naturally. You know that you are doing well when you can bench your weight and squat double your weight. It takes time, but man it is worth it. It helps in everyday life, and people look at you different.
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User avatar #2353 to #2352 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
Ease into it, lifting isn't as difficult as running. You just need to get into a steady routine, and switch it up a little bit every now and then so your body doesn't get used to the stress. And no problem. I was in the same place as you are, and after two years I've never felt more great about myself.
User avatar #2364 to #2353 - floofy ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
lol you said lifting isnt as difficult as running christ mate
User avatar #2419 to #2364 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/24/2012) [-]
Well, I guess that is more of a preference thing. I hate running, so I think it is harder. I love lifting, so I don't think it is as hard.
User avatar #2443 to #2419 - floofy ONLINE (06/25/2012) [-]
i prefer lifting too but it takes much more willpower in my opinion to deadlift 600lbs off from the floor then it does to move your legs
User avatar #2444 to #2443 - marinepenguin ONLINE (06/25/2012) [-]
True, but I would rather deadlift 600, than run for 2 hours. It's a preference.
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