Short answer: No.
Longer answer: Not really. As they are vast generalizations of people. Everyone is different, has different hard factors affecting their body type, such as bone length, attachment points, composition of muscle fibers types, etc.
In addition, there are a host of more "controllable" factors that can affect changes: hormone profile (sex hormones, ghelin, leptin), thyroid function, exercises performed (type, how much you do, how long you have been doing it), gut health (and your ability to metabolize nutrition and waste), what you eat (which in turn affects hormones), etc.
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