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  1. Thanks for your replies, they've been really helpful. I've started to keep a food diary to work out exactly how many calories I'm currently getting a day and will look at increase this over time. I have also booked a session with a personal trainer at the gym to construct an effective program and double check my form. As it was pointed out to me this morning I've started to round my shoulders during the barbell row so I'm reducing the weight to work on maintaining correct form. The issue seems to have arisen from trying to lift too heavy too quickly. I'm p
  2. Hi there, Sorry if this is in the wrong place. I joined this forum a while ago but this is my first time posting here. I'm a 5'9", 29 year old guy and currently weigh 56kg/8 st 12 lbs. In the past few weeks I've been thinking of getting more into weight training and powerlifting. I'm not looking to compete or anything but I want to get stronger and build a bit more muscle. I'm not completely new to lifting weights as I had been doing bodypump classes twice a week. Whilst this helped me get lean I'm not seeing the results I'd like. I stumbled acro
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