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Is my dad trying to stop me from gaining muscle?

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Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 19:48
If you start putting periods in your sentences I'll start giving you advice.
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Answer #2 | 31/12 2013 19:04
That is hard to read. Hope this helps. ~Mr Rochey~
Answer #3 | 12/01 2014 05:22
Hey, you can still gain some muscles while enjoying your youth. If your Dad doesn't allow you to go to the gym then do some of the following: swim, play soccer, run, jog, hike, bike, push-ups, pull-ups, crunches, sit-ups, basketball, softball, etc. I gained a lot of muscle swimming. Switch off from different activities everyday. You're at a good weight. Eat protein, too.
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 22:12
Conan didn't have a gym, dude, and he was so strong he punched camels. YOU'RE the only thing stopping you, get one of those chin up bars, get down and gimme 200, go out in the yard and shovel dirt for 6 hours, go swimming all day long. You don't need a gym membership and special machines dude, you build muscles by using them and there's plenty of ways you can do that. By the time you've built up a naturally strong frame you'll be a legal adult and can move out. Most colleges and apartment complexes have gyms, usually a few, and you can spend as much of your free time there as you like.

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