teen who wants to build well defined muscles.(Requires ur assistance)

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    Nov 25, 2009 3:51 PM GMT
    Hey,
    ( currently 17)i am interested to get ripped muscles , have been working out since june but not being able to see much visible result.(Lost 6kg since then, current weight is 56kg).
    I want to have well defined and big muscles but isnt sure how to build them properly without gaining much fats.( Nice defined chest, 6 pack, ripped arms, etc )
    Have been trying hard to eat more as read from certain articles build more means u have to eat more too.

    My target was to gain those muscles till i am at least 60kg? So that i will not look too thin but at least above average.

    Do u all have any workout plan that is for me? Thanks lots for that
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    Nov 25, 2009 3:56 PM GMT
    OK first thing, have a good look through the forums on lifting, eating and body building. Then have a read of the articles and workout plans.

    If you are just starting you are best off with three whole body sessions a week, lots of rest (sleep) and good food. Have a read and then we can get more specific, ok?

    Your first goals will be to get knowledge about eating well and establish consistency and intelligence in your training.
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    Nov 25, 2009 4:02 PM GMT
    can introduce me some reliable forums? Because some i read about have conflicting ideas which gets me confused.
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    Nov 25, 2009 6:10 PM GMT
    read and ask specific questions... there is little to be gained by me or anyone else saying "that´s wrong" if we don´t explain why people are saying it. I´m only suggesting you do this as you will understand more of the explanation when you have tried to do it yourself. (also I´m not going to write a huge essay for someone that´s not going to show a bit of commitment to working things out as much as they can on their own).
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    Nov 25, 2009 8:16 PM GMT
    Try bodybuilding.com
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    Nov 26, 2009 12:18 AM GMT
    Yes, Chucky, is right... www.bodybuilding.com, has a section, or sections, on teen bodybuilding. Articles on diet, nutrition, supplementation, routines, etc. Many testimonials, even articles, and highlights written by teens on their lifting lifestyle. The site as a whole is really inclusive. Read and educate yourself with the teen section, guys, and some gals, who are your age who have been where you are, at the starting gate.
    Good luck!!!! - Todd
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    Nov 26, 2009 6:54 PM GMT
    LOL. Bodybuilding.com is cool, especially since it has a section about ME. :-)

    http://www.bodybuilders.com/chuckg.htm