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As posted previously, I am hoping to, for a shortwile to start consuming muscle suplements whilst going to the gym. Although before I do that, it is My personal belief that I need to gain more body mass i. e. "gain weight".

Does any one have any sensible, helpful ideas on how to achieve a reputable result within a short amount of time with regards to the aforementioned matter?

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Ask. A. Doctor.
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(Original post by Newton)
As posted previously, I am hoping to, for a shortwile to start consuming muscle suplements whilst going to the gym. Although before I do that, it is My personal belief that I need to gain more body mass i. e. "gain weight".

Does any one have any sensible, helpful ideas on how to achieve a reputable result within a short amount of time with regards to the aforementioned matter?

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people really need to stop wasting their time asking questions like this. Do you honestly think there's a quick solution? Don't you think if there was then everyone would be walking around all "pumped up" and stuff? Come on people, get real. If you want to gain muscle mass you need to put in the hours, there isn't any "quick fix", at least not one that wont have any damaging side effects. If you really want to change the way you look you're gonna have to have a bit more will power than just finding a wonder pill. Go and actually DO SOMETHING with yourself...take up a sport and do it regularly! Much better for you......and I recommend rowing: I've gained 5kg in 4 months thanks to it! (shameless rowing plug)
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Isn't that about 2 stone???
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2 stone is about 12 kilos.
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Depending on how much weight you want to put on, you should be eating lots of calories, 4000 good calories is probably a place to start. Make sure they're good calories though. You're wanting plenty of good protein to build up muscle mass and not fat - and that means tuna, chicken breasts and eggs.

Remember to work on alternate parts of the body, so that they have a chance to rebuild before you give them a work out (say upper body one day, lower body next, then some cardio the next, the upper again etc).
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(Original post by Newton)
As posted previously, I am hoping to, for a shortwile to start consuming muscle suplements whilst going to the gym. Although before I do that, it is My personal belief that I need to gain more body mass i. e. "gain weight".

Does any one have any sensible, helpful ideas on how to achieve a reputable result within a short amount of time with regards to the aforementioned matter?

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Newton of all ppl should know mass NOT = weight :mad: :rolleyes:

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For a start, these boards are not the best place to go to find info on the sport of bodybuilding.

www.muscletalk.co.uk

this is your place. look in the the diet and nutrition sections first, as this is your first priority. then look at training splits. once you're done , then look at supplements (this will probably be after a few MONTHS not days).

If my previous post misled you that prohormones/prosteroids were healthy ways of gaining weight, i'm sorry. They are not. They require a spot on diet, excellent training and a knowledge of post cycle therapy treatments which i'd assume you don't have. Don't even bother before you're 21 and been training 5 or so years.
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(Original post by ARCHK0VEN)
Newton of all ppl should know mass NOT = weight :mad: :rolleyes:

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That is exactly why I put the phrase, "gain weight", in quotation marks. Since we are currently in a gravitational field, with an assumed constant strength; by gaining mass, weight would also be gained.

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hey man. im pretty experienced in this field since I do consider myself pretty beefed up...i started out Fat in 8th grade...rlly worked my ass off in the gym while doing cardio to lose the weight. i then wanted to gain mass, i did this by Eating alooot...eating clean of course with the occasional cheat( fatfood,junk, etc) i Ate about 2 cans of tuna a day, glass of milk, etc...never took any supplements..as long as you eat fine...u should be ok...remember to eat ALOT of protein, lift hard..and go up in weight every week...i usually go up between 2 - 5 lbs. doo all that get plenty of rest, and expect to gradually get big...good luck man.
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oh and workout 3-4 times a week..and try a bunch of diff work out but focus on bench , miliatary, leg press ,in addition to squats.
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heres a pic of me if ur interested.
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lovemachine, is that really you? If so, how much gear are you on? Theres no way you're a natural, so stop talking ****.
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Everything whittles down to 3 laws:

I. These laws are valid in only inertial reference frames
II. A function of the displacements and their time derivatives of two particles will be proportional to the second time derivative of the displacement of one of these particles.
III. The other particle referred to in law II will have it's displacement proportional (to a different constant) to the the negative of the function specified in law II.

A nicer way to say this is the following:

I. These laws are valid in only inertial reference frames
II. Every particle will follow a path which extremizes the time integral of a function of the particle's displacement and its first time derivative.

This will do you well until you get to the 20th century.
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heres a pic of me if ur interested.
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dont talk aload of ****.

If it's you, take a picture with a piece of paper, with your forum name on it.

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lovemachine, is that really you? If so, how much gear are you on? Theres no way you're a natural, so stop talking ****.
Ha ha. few press ups a day with a bit of tuna and you too could look like Ronnie Coleman.
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lovemachine, is that really you? If so, how much gear are you on? Theres no way you're a natural, so stop talking ****.
lool...that is me. took it at the gym last week. dont be fooled..as long as you're giving 100% in the gym and eating right, you can do practically anything. its not like supplements are necessary(good genes do help tho), i took whey for about 3 months, but realized i didnt need it since my diet gave me the protein i needed.
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oh and i've been lifting for about 3 years now...the most important aspect of a workout is dedication and motivation..with those 2 you can turn into arnold in a matter of time.
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It is essential to put on some body weight at least and then aim to convert the body fat into muscle but more protein than carbs !

All depends on how much you currently weigh, age, what you want to weigh etc
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What supplements are you focusing on is it creatinine or cyclohexane !?
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