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GYM RAT: Question – ‘How do I get that V back?’

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In response to the Question by Parichit in the comments in the article – http://aninception.com/gym-rat-intro/

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Hi, I’m 82 kgs and 5’11. I’ve been gymming since few months. Can you tell me how to get that v back taper and veiny arms. I’d like to reduce my body fat to around 10-12%.
Do I need to take supplements for that?
Thanks.
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Gym Rat
So we have a ‘genetically gifted’ rat here. Good going mate! Having a solid aim to start with is good. But following it up with the right attitude is what gets you there.
Your ideal weight with your desired 10% body fat should be somewhere around 70-73 kgs. Ahead of a strenuous workout regime, I suggest you follow a calorific deficit and eat around 2200 calories a day for two months alongside your regime. A good option could be Jym Stoppani’s ‘Shortcut to Shred’ programme. Look it up on google. Focus more on abdominals and compound exercises for the V taper.
 Along with a healthy diet, many fitness freaks use supplements to overcome loopholes in nutrition. The supplement industry, especially in our country has been a subject of heated debate because of the black marketing involved in the industry. Also, many myths and taboos formed by people (who have never even been to a gym) have contributed to the negativity involved. Hence, people consider supplements as harmful and unnatural muscle boosters which obviously, is NOT true. Supplements, if used alongside a solid diet and exercise routine, contribute to lasting muscle growth. But in your case you have to pump up your protein and eat in excess of 200gms of it everyday. See, if you could do it with diet alone. Your choice.
Pro Tip: Download the ‘myfitnesspal’ app to track your calories and nutrition.
Hope this helps! All the best.
Feel Free to send your questions to Gymmy at – [email protected]

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Got a fitness query? Looking to lose weight? Or wanting to have delectable six pack? Good news then! All your fitness queries can be sorted online now. We introduce you to our very own fitness expert ‘Gymmy’ the Gym Rat. Personally trained by the ‘Schwarzenegger’ of rats, he hails from the wonderful sewer of Ratwille (LA, California). For other ‘underground’ information’ and girl woo-ing tips (Gymmy partially expertise’s in this field too, considering his huge female fan-following and 100+ mating experience) get asking below!

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