A Reddit User's Weight Journey: to Bulk or Cut?
Follow the weight journey of Rime_NA, a Reddit user weighing 185.4lb, and discover what other users have to say about his decision to bulk or cut.
Article by Madeleine Smith
A Matter of Opinion
Rime_NA's Reddit post garnered some attention from other users who had varying opinions on whether he should bulk or cut. Some suggested he maintain his current weight while others thought he could benefit from adding more muscle through bulking. One user even suggested he looks great as is and that any aesthetic changes are unnecessary.
The Decision to Bulk
Despite the differing opinions, Rime_NA decided to embark on a bulk until April 1st before cutting for summer. This decision is entirely up to the individual and their personal goals. It's important to have a clear understanding of what you want to achieve before deciding to bulk or cut.
Finding the Sweet Spot
Ultimately, the decision to bulk or cut should be based on personal goals and preferences. As Spoonspoonfork pointed out in the comments, Rime_NA may already be at the sweet spot. It's important to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to fitness and that what may be ideal for one person may not be for another.
Experimentation and Tracking Progress
It's vital to experiment and track progress to determine what works best for your body. Bulking and cutting cycles can be adjusted to suit an individual's needs as they progress towards their goals. Keeping track of weight, measurements, and progress pictures is an important part of this process.
Rime_NA's weight journey serves as a reminder that there is no right or wrong answer when it comes to bulking or cutting. The decision should be based on personal goals and preferences. Experimenting with different approaches and keeping track of progress is crucial. Remember, everyone's body is unique, and what works for one person may not work for another.
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