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I have decided that I’m tired of being the skinny guy and giving myself the month of March to get into a routine of being more healthy and fitter. I’ve joined the gym at work and doing 2 body pump classes, a pilates and a yoga class during the week and a boot camp session on Saturday. I definitely have muscle soreness but I assume I’m good to keep that up until I decide on the magic powers of Vince. I want to keep my slim waist but want to bulk up on my shoulders, chest and arms..do I have to eat like a trooper in order to get results?