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My pecs are growing slow but my arms fast?19267

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I'm 15 very soon 16, and when I started around 5-6 months ago hitting the gym, my pecs were basically none existent at the time. I have developed some muscle in my chest but not even close to what I would call ok. The thing is my arms are gaining muscles just fine, sometimes I even see people with really nice looking chests but they have smaller arms than me. I do push/pull with a leg day. 5 times a week a good 1.5-2h each time. My routine normally looks like this,
Monday: Legday
Tuesday: Push
Wednesday: Pull
Thursday: Rest
Friday: Rest/Push
Saturday: Push/Pull
Wednesday: Pull/Rest.
On push, I even do specific chest exercises. I would say I eat well. Good amount of meat, fruits beans etc.. Even asked my dad and my friends about how I should eat (my friends have done more research on the topic than me). So I doubt it would have anything to do with that. Am I doing something wrong/is there something I should change? Or is my chest just a slow grower, if so will it start to grow faster over time?
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I know it’s hard to be patient, but I’d give it time- literally a few years. At 15/16, your body is still developing and growing in general and you’re going to look very different at 18 vs 15. Keep training hard and have faith in the process. -3X
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keylemike private msg quote post Address this user
As the OP said you should be more patient to reach your goal. And you're only 15/16 years. I think there is a more room to grow yourself. All the best.
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Originally Posted by keylemike
As the OP said you should be more patient to reach your goal. And you're only 15/16 years. I think there is a more room to grow yourself. All the best.
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Originally Posted by eknight
I know it’s hard to be patient, but I’d give it time- literally a few years. At 15/16, your body is still developing and growing in general and you’re going to look very different at 18 vs 15. Keep training hard and have faith in the process. -3X

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fitnessfreaky private msg quote post Address this user
Just be patient, everybody is different, so I don't think you have to worry at all.
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