Hey /fit, I'm Skinny fat what should I do?
you wont get fat
you look like shit because you have ZERO muscle mass. when you bulk up you'll have more fat sure but a lot more muscle so you won't look like shit, you'll probably look normal.
and besides, it's just stomach fat. your face, arms, calves are all skinny af, so if you're worrying about people calling you fat then don't because even after a lot of bulking you won't get fat on those areas.
You don't look like you've been strength training. See >>35592175, but if you're getting enough protein, then you should have more fun with mastering weight amounts. Increase after you get comfortable.
In the OPic, your shoulders are rolled forward and dropped back, which is improper and an awful habit.
For learning how to roll the shoulders back for proper posture, just turn the hands and forearms forward, and you should be able to roll them back naturally.. same with legs and hips.
>I weight 980 lbs.
I'm on the same boat bro.
I'd assume it has to do with genetics. Some people store fat in their thighs, the lucky ones in their ass/tits, etc. But I seem to store it all in the gut and love handles. Shit sucks man
He said 7-1g which is 140 x 1 or 140 x 7 which is 980g
Unless he meant .7 x 140 then that would make sense
So out of all the information, I should eat at a deficit and have 100g of protein and do strength training exercises, seems doable
Don't cut, bulk.
Once you make some gains you should cut at that point.
Skinnyfats shouldnt cut IMO, their body ends up looking way too empty-looking.
Eat like a monster
Lift like a monster
Bulk hard then cut
read the sticky
do SS, dont do GOMAD you retard
fix your posture. You are skinny fat because you have anterior pelvic tilt, mainly caused by sitting all day. Sitting at a computer for hours is the worst thing you can do for your posture. Look up how to fix APT. Lift heavy ass weights. Eat a bunch.
Another skellyfat here, been training for 3 months, but i only started a proper routine and nutrition recently.
What constitues a "clean bulk"? Is 200-300 cal surplus ok? Should i worry about my macros ratio?
Bulk using things like natural calorie-dense foods like nuts, whole milk, cheese, and healthy oils to reach your macros.
A 200-300kcal surplus is a great place to aim for to take it nice and slow and gain minimal amounts of fat while packing on as much muscle as possible.
Macro ratio is important, but not as important as calories in, calories out.
The ratio can vary person-to-person, and you will know what works best for you.
A good starting point is a 40-30-30 ratio (carbs-fat-protein).