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    How to change a twink physique?

    Hey guys

    I'm 20, 6'1, 135 lbs. I've always been tall and slender and I don't mind cause I have a young, youthful cute kinda face too. But I'm starting to worry I'll be this skinny when I'm like, 28 and I'll have a more mature facial look but I'll still be skinny and have NO muscle mass. My upper body looks like a teenage boys who doesn't work out. Although I do have a sort of six pack.

    I'm not into sports or working out which explains why I grew into this. Does anyone have tips on how I could start to change it (and become a "man" haha)? I'm a full time college student so working out would be a new thing that I'm not sure I have time for. I don't eat a lot of meat for health and ethical reasons. I do get exercise, don't get me wrong - tons of walking and sex. But I'm not really sure what to do that wouldn't conflict with my lifestyle. Also, if you think I should not worry about it and just not do anything, feel free to say that as well. I can post a pic if that'll give you an idea of what kind of body type I have.

    Thanks

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    One day you'll wonder why!?

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Hi - If ya wanna be bigger u need work out and eat right to bulk up, otherwise be happy ith your body and think many people would love to have a twinks body.

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    The issue isn't that you're a twink. The issue is that you are underweight and undernourished. Your BMI is below what would be considered healthy for your age.

    Unless there is a medical condition like Marfan's syndrome that accounts for your weight, you need to eat more and starting working out.

    That doesn't mean that you necessarily have to become a body-builder but it does mean that you should consider something like yoga or core training that will strengthen your legs and back. If you don't start eating and working on your lower body strength, you risk developing back problems later in life.

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    I am underweight in terms of the BMI thing, I know. It depends on how much I eat - I'm usually between 134 and 144 or so. I'm lowest if I weigh when I've only had coffee or something like that but if I'm, say, back home and get to eat big meals then I weigh a bit more. You have to keep in mind that I'm more or less a poor college student who drinks a lot of coffee, parties, is on the go a lot, doesn't know how to cook really well, etc. But I take vitamins every day and am generally pretty healthy, so I resent your assertion that I'm undernourished.

    Yoga sounds like a good idea, but I'm not really concerned about legs and back, mostly just upper body, like my chest, shoulders, and arms. My arms are tiny...

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    I weighed about 145 lbs. when I was your age and the same height. Now I've filled out. With age the body naturally builds up muscle mass. Give it time. Eat right, do whatever physical activity you enjoy to do, and don't worry about it.

    Move to Europe otherwise where skinny people are the rule rather than the exception here in the US. LOL

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Move to Europe? you have no idea what it is like in Europe... Europe > USA

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Quote Originally Posted by saymyname View Post
    I am underweight in terms of the BMI thing, I know. It depends on how much I eat - I'm usually between 134 and 144 or so. I'm lowest if I weigh when I've only had coffee or something like that but if I'm, say, back home and get to eat big meals then I weigh a bit more. You have to keep in mind that I'm more or less a poor college student who drinks a lot of coffee, parties, is on the go a lot, doesn't know how to cook really well, etc. But I take vitamins every day and am generally pretty healthy, so I resent your assertion that I'm undernourished.

    Yoga sounds like a good idea, but I'm not really concerned about legs and back, mostly just upper body, like my chest, shoulders, and arms. My arms are tiny...
    Go out less = More money for food

    6 meals a day is essential for you because 3 BIG meals wont help, so 6 small meals per day.

    It doesnt have to be expensive, the food, you can get stuffs in high calories for good value, e.g. cottage cheese is high in protein (good) for about 60p

    Get protein shakes

    And, do free weight - helps to grow muscles, hence you would need to eat a lot to grow then = you will gain weight by then.

    There are some useful weight gain threads on websites :

    http://www.uk-muscle.co.uk/

    and

    http://forum.myprotein.co.uk/

    Get advices from the sites with the weight gain, diet and workouts plan

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    Thanks for the response, D Pipa!

    And I live in Quebec so... it's kind of like Europe anyways. :P
    Being skinny isn't a problem where I live. This is about my own desires/health/fitness, not really an image issue.

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Quote Originally Posted by saymyname View Post
    Thanks for the response, D Pipa!

    And I live in Quebec so... it's kind of like Europe anyways. :P
    Being skinny isn't a problem where I live. This is about my own desires/health/fitness, not really an image issue.
    Quote Originally Posted by KaraBulut View Post
    If you don't start eating and working on your lower body strength, you risk developing back problems later in life.
    I agree. Best wishes with your fitness

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    But I'm more concerned about upper body... maybe I'll post a pic :P

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    well if u want bigger with no definition, greasy fried foods will getcha

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Quote Originally Posted by KingofFaeries View Post
    well if u want bigger with no definition, greasy fried foods will getcha
    shorter life expectancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by saymyname View Post
    But I'm more concerned about upper body... maybe I'll post a pic :P
    Once you start building those legs, youll see changes in your upper body too.
    When was the last time you did something that scared you?
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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Quote Originally Posted by saymyname View Post
    I am underweight in terms of the BMI thing, I know. It depends on how much I eat - I'm usually between 134 and 144 or so. I'm lowest if I weigh when I've only had coffee or something like that but if I'm, say, back home and get to eat big meals then I weigh a bit more. You have to keep in mind that I'm more or less a poor college student who drinks a lot of coffee, parties, is on the go a lot, doesn't know how to cook really well, etc. But I take vitamins every day and am generally pretty healthy, so I resent your assertion that I'm undernourished.
    It's not about big meals. D_Pipa is correct- you need to eat often. If you're set on not eating meat, you're going to really have to work to get protein.

    We're trying to give you objective advice. If you want to achieve your fitness goals, you're going to have to stop the coffee and start eating and eating a lot. And it's going to be a challenge to get enough protein.


    Quote Originally Posted by saymyname View Post
    Yoga sounds like a good idea, but I'm not really concerned about legs and back, mostly just upper body, like my chest, shoulders, and arms. My arms are tiny...
    Codeerror gave you some really good perspective. Your body is a whole package. Everybody wants a beachbody but tall, thin guys have a challenge in that- because they don't carry around a lot of weight- they tend to have stronger arms and shoulders but weak legs and back. In order to support the weights that you want to lift with your arms, you've got to work on legs and back.

    Take a look at Code's pictures. You would never guess that he's 6' 4". He's a great example of what a tall, lanky guy can accomplish with the right exercise and the right diet.

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    Ohh, I didn't know that... okay. Thanks for all the explaining.

    But why do I have to cut back on the coffee?

    Code... You're a freaking hottie!!!

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Took some time to read through the whole topic.
    I think this reply might not be what you want to hear, but here's my impression from reading your first posts:

    -You are a bit underweight.
    -You have a few unhealthy habbits.
    -You want to gain some weight and muscle.
    -You don't want to work out.
    -You don't want to eat right.

    Now, what kind of results do you epect from that? You talk about desires or wishes, but are you willing to do what it takes to get where you want to go?

    So: You're past step #1 - Wanting/Wishing to start, and asking advice.

    Next is making a plan, and setting a primary goal. You need to set a specific goal to strive against. If you say that you want to look good, thats not gonna cut it. In what way do you want to look good? Do you want bigger arms? How big? Do you want to weigh more? How much? Once you get that figured out you can break each goal into smaller part-goals that keeps you motivated.
    Anyway, to get to that goal you are going to have to be consistent and do some changes in your life. I'd be more than happy to say: "Buy an electric impulse device that makes you ripped in 2 weeks", but thats just not reality.
    To set goals and reach them is like riding a bicycle, if you'r not pedaling against your goal, youve either stopped or fallen off. Now go for your goals, and make those wishes come through! You have the ability, so get going!

    And once youve got your goals figured out, I'm pretty sure someone can help you put together something that'll work for you!

    I might sound a bit harsh in this reply, and it's not meant that way. I'll blame the rest on lack of sleep.
    Oh, and thank you

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    In six years, you'll wish you still had the body you have now. Besides, you're only twenty. Your body is still trying to finalize it's equilibrium.

    Right now, you can probably eat all healthy food you want, interspersed with all the junk food you want and still remain slim and slender.

    Enjoy it, my friend! It won't last.

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    like i said, http://forum.myprotein.co.uk/beginne...-beginner.html :

    " To save people from answering the same questions over and over again I thought I'd create a general guide that all the new trainees can take a look at .

    First off, I'm far from being the most experienced trainer but would consider myself pretty knowledgable when it comes to training or diet. I'm going to try and outline the key principles that should be implemented to make good progress as a beginner trainee and to help them get into the good habits as early as possible.

    Whatever your goals are, the basic principles apply:

    1. The psychological factor - Your motivation.

    By far the most significant factor in making the step to train. To be successful you NEED be motivated by a long-term goal. Too many beginners fail because they see it as a short term goal to improve their physique. Get it out of your head that you need to get ripped for your summer holiday, b******lding is a lifestyle choice that will demand years of your life, not weeks. You should see it as a daily way-of-life. Accept the current way your body looks in the mirror and make the decision to change your life to achieve your objectives. Totally re-structuring your daily diet and training is often necessary to make good progress. Accept it is a long term plan and you won't be discouraged at the first hurdle.

    If it was easy to achieve and impressive body then it would no longer be impressive. Always remember this. Be realistic about your short term goals. Commit yourself to hard work and, with any luck, you will see it as something you enjoy. You will see it as something that distinguishes you from everyone else who simply can't be bothered. You'll be rewarded with progress and praise once you get everything nailed.


    2. Short term / long term aims.

    First of all assess your body. Within the coming months what do you want to do? Lose fat or build muscle? Your short term actions will have a significant impact on your long term results so think carefully. You need to realise that even though your physique may not be impressive at the moment, you may not need to lose fat in the early stages. A well structured and muscular physique is attained through years of training, you will not have huge pecs and abs of steel if you're only just starting out. (With the exception of the genetically gifted of course) Granted, if you are massively overweight then I would definately recommend aiming to lose the fat first.

    To keep things simple; for fat loss, the more muscle you have the more calories your body burns at rest and while exercising a lb of muscle burns roughly 10x as many calories as a Ib of fat (approx 70 cals per hour compared to 7 cals per hour for fat).

    Set some sensible targets e.g. to lose 10Ibs of fat in 5 weeks or gain 5 Ibs of lean muscle mass. Despite what we think, it is physically more difficult to build muscle than to lose fat. It is possible to lose 5 lbs of fat in a week but this will, more than likely, result in loss of muscle mass. Similarly, you cannot build 5lbs of lean muscle in a week....

    Long term goals should be more ambitious but remain realistic. Come up with a goal physique that you want to achieve in 5 years. Gear your short term goals towards this and let your key motivation be yourself and no-body else. This is vital as you are unique and only you knows what you want to achieve.

    3. Weight training

    Your weights routine will form the foundations for progress. To make consistant and long term gains you should make of point of having a structured weight routine from the start. Freestyle routines often result in beginners overtraining and having no aims or purpose in the gym. They usually end up just throwing weights around with no weekly targets and real structure to their week. My first tip is to join a decent gym. Members of staff are often more than happy to offer advice and guide you in your first steps of training. A good gym will have a comprehensive selection of free-weights and machines. Make sure there are plenty of spare weights to put to use and ensure there is a good collection of dumbells. You may now be thinking that you don't need lots of weights at the moment but it's good to know that the equipment is there once you progress. And YOU WILL MAKE PROGRESS, there's no doubt about it.

    Despite common misconceptions the majority of people at the gym are helpful, normal minded people who won't bite your head off at the first chance they get. They will not be looking down at you because you are new to the gym. Swallow your pride and get training!

    Now on to lifting some weights!: For any unknown exercises take a look at this directory:

    http://www.exrx.net/Lists/Directory.html

    This provides a very good / comprehensive database of all the exercises and associated muscle groups.

    Also, a very good guide to weight training can be found at: http://stronglifts.com/how-to-build-muscle-mass-guide/ where I have lifted some of the information in this post from.

    Use Free Weights. You can lift the heaviest weights using barbells. More weight is more stress, thus more muscle. Dumbbells are great for assistance exercises, but not for your main lifts. Stay away from machines.
    Safe. Machines force you into fixed, unnatural movement patterns which can cause injuries. Free weights replicate natural motions.
    Efficient. Free weights force you to control and balance the weight. This builds more muscle than machines, which balance the weight for you.
    Functional. Strength built on machines doesn’t transfer to free weights or real life. No machine balances the weight for you in real life.
    Versatile. You can do hundreds of exercises with just 1 barbell.
    Do Compound Exercises. Don’t imitate Pro ************. Isolation exercises are ok once you’ve built base strength & muscle mass. But if you’re starting to build muscle, exercises that hit several muscles at the same time are better.
    No endless Biceps Curls -> Pull ups and Rows
    Also no Triceps Kickbacks -> Bench Press, Overhead Press, Dips
    Stick to the main leg exercises -> Squats & Deadlifts
    Squats work your whole body, they’re the most important exercise. You’ll look totally different once you can Squat 1.5x your body-weight. That’s a free weight Squat with hips coming lower than knees. All your muscles tense when doing Squats & Deadlifts. They work your body as 1 piece and let you lift heavy weights. Don’t lose time with Biceps Curls. When you can Squat & Deadlift heavy weights, you’ll have bigger arms.

    If you need a routine check out this thread:
    Need a routine?

    4. Cardio work

    Important for fat loss & Cardiovascular fitness. If you want to incorporate cardio you should aim to do it on separate sessions from weights so that your muscle glycogen is used while weight training to fuel the muscles. It can be done following weights training. Cardio can be utilised with diet to help lower bodyfat but if you're bulking you will want to limit the amount of cardio you're doing or up your daily calorie intake.

    5. Rest & Recovery

    I cannot stress how important proper rest and recovery is for weight training. It is widely acknowledged that diet and rest are just as important as the training itself. Put simply, muscles repair and grow while you rest. It is very easy to overtrain and when you do your body goes into Catabolysis (Eating away at muscle tissue to utilise stored protein). As you can imaine, this is not good. Many beginners overtrain and can't figure out why their biceps haven't grown in the last 12 months.

    You should get a minimum of 8hrs sleep every night. The majority of growth and recovery happens while you sleep.

    6. Diet. Eat whole foods 90% of the time.

    * Proteins. Meat, poultry, fish, whey, eggs, milk, …
    * Carbs. Brown rice, oats, whole grain pasta, quinoa, …
    * Veggies: Spinach, broccoli, tomato, salad, carrot, …
    * Fruits. Banana, orange, apple, pineapple, peers, …
    * Fats. Olive oil, fish oil, real butter, nuts, flax seeds, …


    Eat More. You need food for energy and for muscle growth & recovery. More frequent meals also boosts your metabolism, helping fat loss.

    * Eat Breakfast. Your body has been starved since you went to bed, eat protein.
    * Eat Post Workout. Get proteins & carbs post workout to help muscle recovery & replenish energy stores.
    * Eat Every 3 Hours. 6 meals/day. Gives your muscles a steady intake of protein, speeds up muscle repair & recovery, boosts your metabolism.

    Get Protein. You need 1g protein per pound of body-weight daily to build & maintain muscle. That’s 160g of daily protein if you weigh 160lbs/72kg. Eat whole proteins with each meal.

    * Red Meat. Ground round, steaks, deer, buffalo, …
    * Poultry. Chicken breast, whole chicken, turkey, duck, …
    * Fish. Tuna, salmon, sardines, mackerel, …
    * Eggs. Eat the yolk, it’’s full of vitamins.
    * Dairy. Milk, cottage cheese, yoghurt, whey.

    Get Fats. Essential Fatty acids are vital for good health. Essential Fatty Acids are necessary fats that humans cannot make, and must be obtained through diet. EFAs are long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids derived from linolenic, linoleic, and oleic acids. Try and include the following into your diet:
    Olive oil, fish oil, real butter, nuts, flax seeds.


    7. Track Progress - Start a journal here at MP. Many people will guide you in what routines to follow and offer lots of motivation.

    And that's about it. I've tried to keep it as brief and compact as I could. Hope it helps alot of beginners out. The best of luck with your diet / training goals.

    Ryan. "

    Useful thing to read

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    A twink friend of mine does not have a gym membership. He keeps up his physique by doing countless pushups and pullups daily. The pushups keep his pecs in shape. The pullups keep his arms and back in shape. I was in my mid forties, 6'2" and wieghed 129. Five years later I've put on weight but want to take most of it off. I love the thin, twink look. You can excersise as my twink friend does to build definition without putting on excess weight.

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Quote Originally Posted by cityboi View Post
    A twink friend of mine does not have a gym membership. He keeps up his physique by doing countless pushups and pullups daily. The pushups keep his pecs in shape. The pullups keep his arms and back in shape. I was in my mid forties, 6'2" and wieghed 129. Five years later I've put on weight but want to take most of it off. I love the thin, twink look. You can excersise as my twink friend does to build definition without putting on excess weight.
    cityboi, you need to read again.

    he is underweight, according to BMI = his BMI is 17.8, which is lower than normal weight = 18.5-24.9.

    Underweighting can damage the body, e.g. the back as it is not supported enough.

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    Code, you don't sound harsh, don't worry about it! There's just some stuff I have to figure out, for sure. I'm NOT sure how much I want to gain, for example. I do know I want bigger arms, more developed shoulders, etc. I just want more definition I guess. But yeah, I don't eat enough for lots of reasons (busy, school, poor, partying, etc.) and I drink lots of coffee which ups the metabolism. Hmm.

    So, working out seems like a possibility, some people are just saying do push ups and pull ups... eating more, definitely, more protein is a good idea. What about yoga??

    and for those of you saying I'll miss being slim... thanks! Here's how I am right now:

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    You can work really hard and get that more defined body using the above mentioned tips. But honestly your body type is very popular in the gay world. I'm more attracted to guys like you than the six pack models. And the best thing - you don't have to work for it at all. Most would love to have your body!

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    I, too, like your body!

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Quote Originally Posted by D_Pipa View Post
    cityboi, you need to read again.

    he is underweight, according to BMI = his BMI is 17.8, which is lower than normal weight = 18.5-24.9.

    Underweighting can damage the body, e.g. the back as it is not supported enough.

    Beeing underweight also isn't good for the liver. Working out when your not eating enough to keep a healthy weight is not very useful for gaining mass, in fact you could get the opposite effect.

    The picture doesnt look underweight though, in fact you look very good.
    BMI is not very accurate, and can't be used for everybody. If I type in my stats it tells me im overweight.

    Also, just push ups and pull ups? I'm sure you can do better than that.
    More definition in your example is more muscle mass.
    Overweight people might want to loose some weight to get more defined. Us tall, thin people don't have that problem.
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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Thanks for the picture.

    You have wide shoulders and this will help give you a nice frame that will translate into a good V taper with a little work.

    The area that you need to focus on is your back. Fortunately, most of the exercises that work the upper back/lats/traps also work the shoulder, arms and chest.

    And to answer your question about yoga: Yes, it will help. Yoga focuses heavily on lengthening and strengthening the core muscles.

    Before you start a weight training program, you want to start with core strengthening which will help you avoid injury.

    And because you have a tendency to be lean, you're going to have to work on getting more calories and particularly more protein.

    Coffee in moderation is not bad. A cup in the morning with breakfast is fine. But today's coffee drinkers seem to drink coffee throughout the day instead of water (bad) and they also tend to get a complex coffee drink full of sugar and fat which is not an adequate substitute for a healthy meal. Replace that coffee with a protein shake and you'll be a lot better for it.

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    Quote Originally Posted by KaraBulut View Post
    Before you start a weight training program, you want to start with core strengthening which will help you avoid injury.
    Thats really important. If you can afford to join the gym, meet your personal trainer, s/he has the knowledge for the workout. They will give you one or two programs (totally, about two weeks) to improve your muscle endurances, to prepare for the weight program (free weight).

    When workout finished, drink the protein shake, like 10 minutes later. To let it recover the muscles.

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    Re: How to change a twink physique?

    I think you look fine. I don't know why you would want to change your body. Nice outline in your underwear too.

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    The easiest thing you can to improve your work outs is to watch some pron before the workout. It increases your blood testosterone quickly. Your workout will be MUCH stronger and longer.

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