Gym: On what parts do I need to focus on to fraud a V Shape

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I have a hourglass figure, so a thin taille and wide hips.
It's noticeable if I wear a t-shirt, but it's not horribly bad. So if I get a really big back and chest it could give the impression of a V-shape when I'm wearing a t-shirt?

Give me some advise:feelstrash:
 
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yeah I have shitty narrow shoulders but I am now developing a decent v-taper, it's possible. Your shoulders are by far the most important. Do shoulder press, lateral raises and upright dumbell rows.

Your traps and lats are also important and to a lesser extent your chest.

do shrugs for your traps and lat pulldowns/bent-over rows for your lats. incline presses for your upper chest.
 
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yeah I have shitty narrow shoulders but I am now developing a decent v-taper, it's possible. Your shoulders are by far the most important. Do shoulder press, lateral raises and upright dumbell rows.

Your traps and lats are also important and to a lesser extent your chest.

do shrugs for your traps and lat pulldowns/bent-over rows for your lats. incline presses for your upper chest.
Your clavicles don't look small in your dp
 
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ecto, small joints and wrists under 7" and naturally very very skinny. Might be slightly meso but idk.
Damn, that's similar to me (though I have bigger wrists). I guess if I take AAS's in my 20s I can achieve a physique that's similar to yours (you look pretty big).
 
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Damn, that's similar to me (though I have bigger wrists). I guess if I take AAS's in my 20s I can achieve a physique that's similar to yours (you look pretty big).
My physique could easily be gotten naturally, I started roids literally less than 2 weeks after I started going to the gym and before that I did maybe 3 months of bodyweight stuff. Only been on roids about 8-9 weeks now.
 
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I have a hourglass figure, so a thin taille and wide hips.
It's noticeable if I wear a t-shirt, but it's not horribly bad. So if I get a really big back and chest it could give the impression of a V-shape when I'm wearing a t-shirt?

Give me some advise:feelstrash:

If you're a skinny guy, you need to build muscle. You see, the problem is that you don't have weak points. Your entire BODY is a weak point. Go onto r/Fitness and check out their FAQ, because it's the best I've ever come across. Get on one of their recommended programs, and just get stronger. When you've been lifting for two years, that's a good time to talk about proportions
 
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genetics+diet ttbh

if your rib cage is lacking, I would suggest dumbell pullovers, usually hourgalssed people have small rib cages.
 
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I have a hourglass figure, so a thin taille and wide hips.
It's noticeable if I wear a t-shirt, but it's not horribly bad. So if I get a really big back and chest it could give the impression of a V-shape when I'm wearing a t-shirt?

Give me some advise:feelstrash:
Chest and visible arms
With an addition of losing body fat on the midsection.

No one will care about legs you get enuf training from walking and running
 
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I have a hourglass figure, so a thin taille and wide hips.
It's noticeable if I wear a t-shirt, but it's not horribly bad. So if I get a really big back and chest it could give the impression of a V-shape when I'm wearing a t-shirt?

Give me some advise:feelstrash:

Lats and side delts
 
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Do weighted pull-ups/chinups 3x a week, 3 sets of 8 reps. Achieve progressive overload by increasing the weight whenever you can. This will build you a nice wide back. Of course bringing up your delts and chest as you should know will help V-tapermaxxing.
 

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