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post #71 of 4926 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 08:54 PM
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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.
I'd like to know what exactly I should eat, if there is a balanced meal plan that I could get and follow to help me gain weight? Also what work out routines would be recommended when I go to the gym and how I should break them up. I really have no idea what I'm doing here sorry if I come off as being tiring. But I've tried to gain wight before and its never worked, and seeing as I'll be done of Uni in a month or so I'm making it my plan for the summer to do this.

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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.
Ugh when I tried protein I tried taking it in the morning. Man that was awful...In the end I didn't benefit from it very well as I didn't have a consistency to work out unfortunately.

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Switch to right before sleeping and after work outs. I know, they suck something fierce, but they help alot.

Also, chug. Chug it down and chug it fast.

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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I'm 15 years old, 5'7 135 lbs and it pretty decent shape I would say. All I do to workout is bench 125lbs 3 reps of 10, 150 situps, 100 pushups, run 1 1/2 - 2 miles, and do suicides for about 10-15 minutes. I do all of this each time I workout which is 3x a week.

I don't drink any protein shakes or have any protein bars, should I look into getting these?



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I'm 15 years old, 5'7 135 lbs and it pretty decent shape I would say. All I do to workout is bench 125lbs 3 reps of 10, 150 situps, 100 pushups, run 1 1/2 - 2 miles, and do suicides for about 10-15 minutes. I do all of this each time I workout which is 3x a week.

I don't drink any protein shakes or have any protein bars, should I look into getting these?
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Drink them after you work out.

If you aren't working out everyday and you get off of schedule, drinking protein daily could end up making you fat. It just depends on the caloric content of the drink.

Also, your body can handle only so much protein. That's based on your weight. Once your body has had it's amount, it gets rid of the excess. Consuming more protein than your body needs ends up hurting/damages your kidneys.

Creatine isn't that great for you. It has been revealed that Creatine will end up giving you a gut.


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Drink them after you work out.

If you aren't working out everyday and you get off of schedule, drinking protein daily could end up making you fat. It just depends on the caloric content of the drink.

Also, your body can handle only so much protein. That's based on your weight. Once your body has had it's amount, it gets rid of the excess. Consuming more protein than your body needs ends up hurting/damages your kidneys.

Creatine isn't that great for you. It has been revealed that Creatine will end up giving you a gut.
Is there a certain brand I should look to buy?



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Creatine isn't that great for you. It has been revealed that Creatine will end up giving you a gut.
What a load of bullshit!

Creatine has nothing to do with getting a gut. Poor diet does.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

I work out three-times a week; Monday, Wednesday and Friday for two hours. Basically when RAW and Smackdown are playing, and on Wednesday I just pop in a movie to keep me concentrated.

I do the basic curls, squats, dead-lifts, etc. as well as sit-ups and push-ups. The dumbbells are 30lbs and the bar is 120lbs. Results are showing, with the help of dieting, as well. Supplements are used at times, too. And do NOT forget about the treadmill or cardio.
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Is there a certain brand I should look to buy?
Your young, you dont need any of that kind of stuff really. Especially if thats all the working out you do. Just get in your calories until you up your program.

Why bench and pushups when they hit the same areas? Might want to increase on one, and work some curl type exercises in there.

Dont worry about those products until your ready to bulk. When your ready, I have some workout programs Ive tried that are from Muscle Explosion. PDF Adobe Acrobat Document formatted I could email you if you wanted.
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What a load of bullshit!

Creatine has nothing to do with getting a gut. Poor diet does.
I've done research on popular workout supplements and there can bad effects after using creatine. Just depends how you use it.

Just stay away from all of that stuff imo. Just eat good and eat as much protein as your body can handle.

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Your young, you dont need any of that kind of stuff really. Especially if thats all the working out you do. Just get in your calories until you up your program.

Why bench and pushups when they hit the same areas? Might want to increase on one, and work some curl type exercises in there.

Dont worry about those products until your ready to bulk. When your ready, I have some workout programs Ive tried that are from Muscle Explosion. PDF Adobe Acrobat Document formatted I could email you if you wanted.
Yea that would be tight, e-mail it to jetsmets222@yahoo.com

I'm really just trying to figure out a beginner's workout schedule for myself.

I need to add some muscle by football season. I started at cornerback for the jv football team, and I'm gonna need to bulk up for varsity ball. I also want to make the switch to safety.



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