how my back actually looks, but of late I think it looks nice. I don’t know if the pushups are developing it at all, but in a month or two I might take a comparison photo to see what I think. I think my scapulae are better developed (well, I mean the muscles let the bones be better defined), which is nice. 22 months ago
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how to define this, or what I really want from it. which kind of defeats the purpose of a goal, right?
this photo is of my back taken sometime last year; I haven’t gained weight since then (in fact, I think I’ve lost a bit), and I guess I’m looking to look more like this:
23 months ago
I don’t have a lot to say on this, I suppose – it’s not really a measurable goal, nor one for which there is daily progress.
The last few days I’ve been remembering to do push ups, and I really should do them more since they’re so simple. I do full push-ups, which is why I only do five at a time, so I’m wondering whether it would be better to do knee push-ups with more reps? I don’t feel that I use my abdominal region much if I do that, but I worry that my lower back takes too much strain if I don’t. Hmm. I should probably look into this.
I can’t really think of boy other ways to get a defined back, so I need to work more on weightloss to speed things up. I’m getting back into the habit of walking daily which is great, and I hope to continue it, adding in a jog every now and then. 1 year ago