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post #61 of 4933 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 07:46 PM
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I was gifted with great muscle development. I never work out and I look like a greek god! If you wanna be built like a tank heres some tips;

1. eat like 7 meals a day.
2. Work out every day for hours on end.
3. Drink protein shakes, eggs etc.
4. WORK OUT!

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I was gifted with great muscle development. I never work out and I look like a greek god! If you wanna be built like a tank heres some tips;

1. eat like 7 meals a day.
2. Work out every day for hours on end.
3. Drink protein shakes, eggs etc.
4. WORK OUT!

Those are my tips of greatness.. Use them wisely.
There's a lot more to it than that... If you're new to it then you'll see good gains at first just consuming a lot of protein, eating small meals, and working out consistently, but gains stop pretty quickly just doing that.
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post #63 of 4933 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 07:49 PM
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I was gifted with great muscle development. I never work out and I look like a greek god! If you wanna be built like a tank heres some tips;

1. eat like 7 meals a day.
2. Work out every day for hours on end.
3. Drink protein shakes, eggs etc.
4. WORK OUT!

Those are my tips of greatness.. Use them wisely.
1. Somewhat on track.
2. That is ridiculous, get a proper split and have rest days between it.
3. At the correct times, yes.
4. 80% diet and 20% training when it comes to size and strength.

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I was gifted with great muscle development. I never work out and I look like a greek god! If you wanna be built like a tank heres some tips;

1. eat like 7 meals a day.
2. Work out every day for hours on end.
3. Drink protein shakes, eggs etc.
4. WORK OUT!

Those are my tips of greatness.. Use them wisely.
1. Proper, well balanced meals.
2. Split routine with body parts trained once or twice a week, no more than 90 minutes at a time. Working out for hours does nothing. Quality not quantity.
3. Bodybuilders should consume 1.5-2 lbs of protein per lbs of bodyweight. If you can't get that from your diet then you take shakes. Your body cannot store protein so if you have too much, you shit it out.
4. Well duh! But do it properly. Again, quality not quantity.
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If you wanna be built like a tank heres some tips;

1. eat like 7 meals a day.
2. Work out every day for hours on end.
3. Drink protein shakes, eggs etc.
4. WORK OUT!
Sorry, I'm not a robot. I also don't have the time or desire to cook 7 meals a day, nor the insanity to work out 3 hours a day. That sounds more like a guide to making it a full time job.
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I've always been really skinny, I've been wanting to gain weight and develop some muscle but I don't really know where to begin. I've tried the protein stuff before but it didn't help me all that much, or maybe i just didn't handle it all that well. I'd like to start but all I've been doing for the past few years in running everyday...which I know doesn't help someone gain weight.

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Sorry, I'm not a robot. I also don't have the time or desire to cook 7 meals a day, nor the insanity to work out 3 hours a day. That sounds more like a guide to making it a full time job.
If you're working out right, you should be working out like an hour a day. If you're lifting heavy enough and with proper form you physically won't be able to do more than that. 7 "meals" just means times you eat, a protein bar or "snack" could be a meal.
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I heard it's 90% diet. Which sucks, since my eating habits are rather strange...

Who cares?

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I've always been really skinny, I've been wanting to gain weight and develop some muscle but I don't really know where to begin. I've tried the protein stuff before but it didn't help me all that much, or maybe i just didn't handle it all that well. I'd like to start but all I've been doing for the past few years in running everyday...which I know doesn't help someone gain weight.

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Start with Cytogainer/Creatine mono and a diet high in protein (ie chicken, beef, fish). If you're working out 4 or 5 times a week you should see very serious gains in like 3 or 4 months. I was in a similar situation and gained roughly 30 lbs in 3-4 months when I first started. After that is when it gets tricky.
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I've always been really skinny, I've been wanting to gain weight and develop some muscle but I don't really know where to begin. I've tried the protein stuff before but it didn't help me all that much, or maybe i just didn't handle it all that well. I'd like to start but all I've been doing for the past few years in running everyday...which I know doesn't help someone gain weight.

:-[
I have the same problem.

Taking the protein shakes is all about timing. Drink after you work out and before you go to sleep. Maybe one when you just wake up or have a 'beefy' meal.

It's has different effects on different people. My best effects where just before sleeping.

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