130 going up to 160

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by ZxcFight, May 26, 2008.

  1. ZxcFight Blue Belt

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    i need some supplement suggestions

    im a lanky 130 pounder and im very slick on the ground
    the prob is must judo and jiujitsu tourneys dont have my weight class
    so if u knw any good weight gainers let me knw
     
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  3. johnwinstrol White Belt

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    What tournaments are you entering? Every NAGA or GQ tournament I've entered has a fly (129 and under) and a light weight (130-149.9) class typically. I'd think in California there'd be plenty of guys who compete at this size.
     
  4. Standard Too dumb to learn, too stubborn to quit

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    Food is supposed to be a good weight gainer.
     
  5. BJJ in Chicago Livin' la vida bomba

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    lol, awesome standard:)

    Eat Big work hard is the bottom line.
     
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    You think you're so smart! Here's a question for you Mr. Smarty Pants: how are supposed to cycle this "food"?
     
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    Good question. I would start a cycle when you get up, and then go off again until mid-morning. You don't want to keep doing it, you'll become a full time food abuser. Luckily, food almost never shows up on drug tests.
     
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    If food doesn't work. Hitting puberty might. lol Sorry couldn't resist
     
  13. Ian Coe Silver Belt Professional Fighter

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    I couldn't eat and cycle at the same time

    It makes me queasy thinking about it
     
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    How old are you? Most grappling circuits have lower weight divisions. Also, I wouldn't worry about getting to 160 if the weight cutoff is right at 160. You'll be kicking yourself if you do that and a new division is formed.
    Eat more and strength trainin. Be as strong as an "average" 160 lbs at only 140 lbs. When the lighter division pops up (I imagine it will in California with the popularity of MMA and grappling now), you'll be strong and just have to cut 10 lbs.
     

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