want to be 160, would like excerise suggestions.

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  1. Zebraman

    Zebraman New Member

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    I'm 5'9-5'10 and i'm 180 at the moment.

    i'm not fat, but i would definitally like to be thinner.


    at least less fat, i only use 160 as a body model for you all to imagine.
    I only have two 25 dumbells, then 5 decline below. I bench press, i incline, decline, flies, military presses, etc. And I occasionally run the odd morning.

    Any ideas? i don't drink pop and i don't eat junk food, i also don't eat breakfast which is something i thought would help, but i guess i'm wrong.
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    i would like something like that.
    maybe little bigger pecs.

    and he's 5'8and a half


    suggestions please. I know absolutly nothing of the body and nutrition.
     
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    Zebraman New Member

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    ahhh thank you both very much.
     
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    tbizzle you smoke that shit?

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    eat breakfast plz
     
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    im suprised that no one has flamed on him
     
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    we are in OT but it is nice that there are nice guys in OT like you
     
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    flaming someone on a forum is pointless. Whoever told him to read the stickies politely did the right thing.
     
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