Question by ghostface2411: i want to get cut more defined?
i lift 3 – 4 times a week … i have only a little bit of fat on the bottom of my stomach i am 6 foot 2 … 180 pounds … my chest is not so defined nor are my arms …. i want to bulk up a little bit more maybe up to around 190 195 … but wile doing so i also want to get cut and i know that you should do less weight more reps … now in doing so should i also incorporate a little resistance ? cause i know you cant “Zone Burn Fat” so since all the fat on my body is located right below my belly button im assuming that is th only place ill loose fat but im curious as to How long should i work out …. how many reps how many sets … as of right now my bench max is 230 … it use to be 285 so give me an estimated amount of time before ill see the results and how long before you think ab’s will be visible cause the top abs are already visible … its just as i said the bottom of the stomach and its kinda awkward …. thank you =)
also should i take creatine ? or anything to make my muscles look better during the process… cause right now im trying to get ripped pretty quick before summer…. i mean it sounds outrageous seeing as though summer is only a month and a week away … but i workout intense and i can go on a strict diet… salad and chicken if necessary … just tell me how and what to do what to use …. if anything …. what to eat what to drink … cause right now im currently taking the GNC diet powder … and on occasion i take Nano Vapor but i find it to give me a headache … so i might just give it away or something …. please tell me what you recommend
also if you have any diet recommendations thats greatly appreciated 2 …
Answer by Turkeyman
To be cut you need to lose fat, then you can see the muscles more, thus the ‘cut’ look.
I noticed you didn’t say you do anything for cardio. If you want to be cut START RUNNING. You have to do cardio like run (the most effective way), swim, bike, play basketball, or whatever – but you can’t JUST lift weights.
(Don’t worry it won’t affect your muscles negatively.)
-P.S. Have you ever seen a long-distance runner who wasn’t cut and defined?
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