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#4416 - nazitank
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(07/30/2012) [-]
Alright this may sound weird, but I exercise fairly regularly. I run a mile every night, or every other night depending on how I'm feeling that night. I do an average of 100 push-ups and 100 sit-ups before sleeping every night. I don't eat much junk food, I eat salads, fruits, protein and vegetables. I've got decent muscles I guess, never really had to judge before, yet for some reason no matter what I do I just can't get abs. Can anyone give me some tips? Oh yea, I'm 5"10, 17, and 190. I'm not sure what I should be for my height and age so if anyone knew that'd help out a lot.
#4520 to #4416 - sharing
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(08/02/2012) [-]
deadlifts and squat and really hard core workouts not lmaositups
#4514 to #4416 - iamphoenix
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(08/02/2012) [-]
At 5'10" and 'decent' muscle mass, you should probably be around 170. Do you know your body fat percentage? That's a lot more indicative than your height and weight.
User avatar #4515 to #4514 - nazitank
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(08/02/2012) [-]
Not a clue.
#4538 to #4515 - iamphoenix
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(08/02/2012) [-]
And here's a push-up guide.
#4537 to #4515 - iamphoenix
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(08/02/2012) [-]
And this.
#4536 to #4515 - iamphoenix
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(08/02/2012) [-]
Then you should be around 170. If you want to start losing more weight, get more hardcore. Here's a chart for body fat percentage.