Working out as a teenager.

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    Working out as a teenager.

    So ,I have a question to all teenagers and anyone who started working out as a teen.
    I am 15 years old,lost 11kg, currently weight 63kg about 178cm height.
    Should I keep going with 6 times a week Strength workout(Dumbbels ,bodyweight) and 2-3 times of cardio a week?

    My workouts are about 35 minutes,sometimes I do 2 workouts which is 1 hour of working out a day.
    (My workout is about 55 minutes If i do cardio after weights too)

    Do you think I should use puberty high levels of testostoren to lose body fat and cut or should I use it to add few kg's of muscle on now and later on cut?
    I think the cutting would be easier for me now because I'm not in that good shape and have that stubborn lower belly fat.
    Cutting would make me feel better about my body and feel out of my comfort zone.

    Any tips for teenager would help me.

    Thanks for reading ,I'm hoping for a answer.

    Sorry if there are any grammar mistakes ,English is not my native language.

    #2
    6 times strength is a lot, if you are not taking active rest days in between. As you are doing the Ironborn program it is ok, cause it provides enough rest for every musclegroup.

    Build muscle! definitely! You are in a healthy range of weight, so focus on transformation/building muscle.

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      #3
      HellYeah ,thanks for responding and giving me answer!
      I'll be focusing on building muscle from now on.

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        #4
        The general piece of advice I stick too when people ask if they are training right is, as long as you can recover from how much you're training then by all means go for it. If you're feeling great, have few to no injuries and are seeing progress, then you're on the right track.

        Keep it up 👌

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          #5
          Salamander109 ,thanks!

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            #6
            Originally posted by Salamander109 View Post
            The general piece of advice I stick too when people ask if they are training right is, as long as you can recover from how much you're training then by all means go for it. If you're feeling great, have few to no injuries and are seeing progress, then you're on the right track.

            Keep it up 👌
            Basically true! But not all of the people, that ask that question are able to answer that question, cause they don't know. Sometimes especially in the beginning, motivation is louder than your senses.

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              #7
              For last 1-2 months I've been working out like 5-6 times a week with dumbbels and bodyweight,maybe been sore for 1-2 days in whole 2 months.
              Does that mean I should make my workout more intense or is it normal that after some time I stop being sore?

              Does soreness mean you're working out good or is it just a myth?

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                #8
                Sounds like you leveled up. Feeling the burn is good. My jogs are no longer immense struggles and it's magical (I jog for longer and sprint a little now too). With weights I think it's important to build up gradually; can also try increasing reps, going slower on each rep, etc.

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