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    Alryt guys

    My goal at the moment is to bulk up. I'm 6"5 and a half with skinny arms, shoulders and legs. However since I lost weight I've been left with a bit of a flabby stomach. This is probally because I maybe lost weight to quickly and burned muscle around the stomach area.

    Is it possible now I'm bulking my stomach will tighten up?

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    Putting on muscle will make there less flabby skin But its not going to look toned until you cut again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troopa View Post
    Alryt guys

    My goal at the moment is to bulk up. I'm 6"5 and a half with skinny arms, shoulders and legs. However since I lost weight I've been left with a bit of a flabby stomach. This is probally because I maybe lost weight to quickly and burned muscle around the stomach area.

    Is it possible now I'm bulking my stomach will tighten up?
    No, When bulking you should expect to add some bodyfat to some degree ( Depending on your diet and how many calories you are consuming )

    Your muscles will get bigger, but you won't lose bodyfat as you are eating more calories than your BMR.

    What you should do is hit your abs with weighted exercises and try to build some quality muscle in your mid-section, that way when you decide to cut your abs will appear.
    Here is the section for ab training:
    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/wor...-workouts.html
    Consistency is the key

 

 

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