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New to steroids and interested. Advice needed.

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No not completely sure. Was told that number by someone in the fitness industry recently, but they could have just been trying to be nice.

Will definitely be focused more on getting this fat off before I do anything.

You have a link to these logs?

Thank you!
spend the next X months getting into shape. rather then waste a steroid cycle and set yourself back.

i would say you are 22% body fat but also you don't have much muscle conditioning. you need to fix your diet and fix your training. consistency is going to be key in training your body. that's why a log will be huge so get started with it ASAP and be open to suggestions that we give you
 
spend the next X months getting into shape. rather then waste a steroid cycle and set yourself back.

i would say you are 22% body fat but also you don't have much muscle conditioning. you need to fix your diet and fix your training. consistency is going to be key in training your body. that's why a log will be huge so get started with it ASAP and be open to suggestions that we give you
Going to start logging better, especially diet (calories, protein, carbs, etc)… any tips to do so, I feel like it’s going to be a hassle counting everything.

About my muscle conditioning, sure, but underneath the fat there’s something there. It’s not like I’m doing jack squat at the gym, I do go intense and as heavy as my body allows. A lot of this is genetics and age I feel. I should definitely ask to be spotted more.
 
spend the next X months getting into shape. rather then waste a steroid cycle and set yourself back.

i would say you are 22% body fat but also you don't have much muscle conditioning. you need to fix your diet and fix your training. consistency is going to be key in training your body. that's why a log will be huge so get started with it ASAP and be open to suggestions that we give you
Also if you want to give me any tips on how to train better that would be very appreciated. You say I’m not training hard enough and to hear that is very intimidating and has me thinking pessimistic… I train very hard and as intense as I can focusing on reps rather than volume.

Today I’m focusing heavy on cardio primarily.

Here is an example of what I did for back:

Deadlift:
135lbs - 8 reps (warm up)
185lbs - 12 reps
225lbs - 10 reps
275lbs - 8 reps
225 lbs - 11 reps

Lat pull down:
120lbs - 8 reps warm up
143lbs - 14 reps
163lbs - 12 reps
170lbs - 8 reps
163lbs - 10 reps

Pull overs (done back and forth with lay pull downs):
44lbs - 8 reps warm up
55lbs - 12 reps
60lbs - 10 reps
65 lbs - 8 reps
60lbs - 11 reps

Close grip pull downs:
121lbs - 14 reps
143lbs - 12 reps
163lbs - 10 reps
143 lbs - 12 reps

Cable rows-
121lbs - 10 reps
143lbs - 12 reps
148lbs - 10 reps
143lbs - 11 reps

Bicep curls:
80lbs - 14 reps
90lbs - 14 reps
100lbs - 12 reps
115 lbs - 12 reps
 
Have attached my log from chronometer for today so far. Gotta cut out those red lobster biscuits 👀. Pretty good I would say, need more cals though. Usually eat cottage cheese and yogurt before bed as well. I did an hour and a half of cardio today as well, planning for do 30 mins of cardio when weight training as well.
 

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bro get your diet locked in and get cardio going for 6 months then lets talk about a cycle. you got a lot of potential naturally to take advantage of b4 you go using aas. get a log going bro. Link to my log right below here bro. can see how a transformation works
 
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