evchado32 saidHey, so I've been lifting for a while now...
What's "a while"? You're only 19.
evchado32 said...and while my arms have grown a little, they haven't made much progress...
Well, if they've grown a little, they are indeed making progress.
We can't realy give you advice if we don't know what you're already doing to grow. What your lifting routine looks like, and what you're eating and how much. You can't rely entirely on weight gainer, btw, which is basically whey protein and sugar, and should only be taken immediately before and immediately after lifting. Have normal food at other times of the day, and regular protein (like casein), and eat A LOT.
...and i still cannot lift more than when I started.
At your stage, you should be progressing quickly on strength. Are you pushing yourself? Are you doing rep ranges that are optimal for muscle growth? Do you fail within that target rep range (good)? What lifts to do you do, and how long have you been doing them? Do you lift at the best time of day? (Most guys find their energy levels are best around afternoon to early evening, not at 6am). Are you eating enough? Are you getting carbs as well as protein? Do you take your weight gainer at the right time (immediately post lifting)? Do you take a pre-workout that includes creatine and caffeine? Do you do cardio before lifting (bad)? Do you engage in exercises or sports that will counteract muscle growth (soccer, basketball, jogging)? Feel free to message me if you want, or we can talk about it right here.
Looking at your pictures, your arms don't look out-of-proportion with the rest of your body. My hunch is that you haven't been lifting long and/or don't eat as much as you should, and you're expecting to grow unrealistically fast. I could be wrong, but again, it's impossible to figure out without knowing what you're currently doing to grow.