Where should I start?

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  1. The Acclude

    The Acclude Makin' love is cool, but sometimes she needs her h

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    I'm 5'11/180, 75% of my diet is bacon cheeseburgers. Has been for years, and strangely my cholesterol is low as of my last measurement. Im a picky eater, but I just wanna bulk up a little, and get the 8pack back.(I can get 6 when I flex, but my desk job and diet are taking their toll).

    I'm gonna start working out 2 nights a week and increase when possible, but this is at an apartment complex gym, so I need some basic suggestions for my simple goals.

    Thx, brolys :x:
     
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    What are your goals?

    That diet is gross by the way.
     
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    Do people think they are so special and unique that the stickies won't apply to them? God.... :o

    The only worthy question on this is the part about your limited gym resources.

    Does your gym have mostly free weights or machine weights?
     
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    The Acclude Makin' love is cool, but sometimes she needs her h

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    gym has mostly free weights. 2 treadmills, a crosstrainer machine, stepper, bike, then it has the pull down machine and that other one where you have your arms @ 90 degrees and squeeze them towards each other, in front of you.

    I tried a salad yesterday :noes: but I had french dressing on it. I wish I had a more diverse diet.
     
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