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Old 29-10-2005, 03:31 AM   #1
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Ok then lads new room and a serious post to get it going

Can anyone tell me of a good diet plan to help boost my weight. I have got a high blood metabolism so i burn fat off quite quickly. Been using that maximusle weight gain supplement and eating loads of pasta and meat.

Is there anything else you lot could recommend i do to help boost it as i'm only 10st and 5ft 10

Hpoing to obviously pack some weight on then start going down the gym to turn it into muscle.

A bloke at work is into weight training and has told me to drink milk all day but won't that just mean i'll be storeing water and pissing a lot.
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Old 29-10-2005, 11:14 AM   #2
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You cant turn fat into muscle fact. I have a good diet sheet somewhere that worked for me. Cant remember exactly but basically 3 jacket spuds a day, slice of liver a day, and a big meal at night with a few other meals in there also. A good breakfast is key
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Old 29-10-2005, 02:57 PM   #3
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Brooksey - have a look at the original thread with my calorie guide. Work out what you need each day then add 500 calories extra and see if that works. If it doesn't, keep adding 500 cals every two weeks. These things take time so do expect changes over night. For you consistancy is the key. Each and every day insuring you have the right amount. Obviously as soon as you feel hungry your body is already burning reserves because of your metabolism.

AsAlps said. Don't put on weight and then go to the gym because the weight you have put on will just be fat. If you start training you will build muscle from the start and we all know muscle if heavier than fat, so you should see some gains from training alone.

However, especially for you, if you don't get your diet right as well you will soon hit the wall where you will stop putting on any weight because you metabolism and your training is using all your calories.

You want to be putting on no more than a couple of lbs a week. Also when trying to pack on size stick to heavy basic exercises (bench, squats and deadlift) rather than standing in front of a mirror just training arms
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http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/article-mass-gaining.asp

i think you'll find this link very usefull
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Old 23-03-2006, 06:15 PM   #6
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have gained about 5 stone in the last 12 months. combination of lifting, drinking, supplements (progain and creatine). today coming in at 171kg. not bad for a lad of 1.65m !

not the recommended route by the way but i am looking to increase body mass and so it has worked in my case.
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