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    Continue to cut or bulk?

    ive been cutting for around 2 months now as i was overweight and decided to shed the fat first before i added muscle and im now down to 71 Kg
    Im 20 years old and 5ft 10

    my scales say im around 18.5% body fat but i dont know how accurate that is
    I dont know weather to continue cutting to a lower percentage or start bulking now for a bit just to get some more muscle mass there as i am getting quite skinny
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    Originally Posted by reece1181 View Post
    ive been cutting for around 2 months now as i was overweight and decided to shed the fat first before i added muscle and im now down to 71 Kg
    Im 20 years old and 5ft 10

    my scales say im around 18.5% body fat but i dont know how accurate that is
    I dont know weather to continue cutting to a lower percentage or start bulking now for a bit just to get some more muscle mass there as i am getting quite skinny
    I've attached a picture to make it easier
    I'm inclined to say bulk based on your stats (5'10 and 156lb). Just keep in mind that adding muscle is a slow process, don't expect miracles over night. Bulk slowly (2lb/month) and focus on progressive overload with your lifts.
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    Originally Posted by sunsean View Post
    I'm inclined to say bulk based on your stats (5'10 and 156lb). Just keep in mind that adding muscle is a slow process, don't expect miracles over night. Bulk slowly (2lb/month) and focus on progressive overload with your lifts.
    Thanks and how much of a calorie surplus should I start at, 200 cals?
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    Originally Posted by reece1181 View Post
    Thanks and how much of a calorie surplus should I start at, 200 cals?
    That sounds like a good plan because you probably won’t put much fat on so you will only get bigger
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