Hi everyone. I'll give a bit of back ground 1st. I used to weigh 11 stone back when I was 16, training hard at judo, swimming and squash, unfortunately I then got glandular fever and dropped to 9 stone and had to stop training for a few years, then got out of it completely went to uni, and had a liquid diet for 4 years. Started my martial arts training again at 23 and now find my self at 25, I'm much healthier now, even the drinking is down, only issues I tend to get are chest infections. I'm now 5ft 10 and weighing 65/66kg (when fighting). I want to push to the top of the next weight category 73kg and then onto 80kg in my judo, (fed up of being the lightest at my club by a minimum of 10kg, and being skinny). My body fat is around 12% to 15%, and don't really want this to increase, But I naturally struggle to put on weight. My typical weeks training, (work, fatigue, health or competition depending) Monday: weights 1 hour Tuesday: muay Thai 1 hour (but cut this out a lot) Wednesday: weights 1 hour, judo 1 hour Thursday: judo (ground session) 1.5 hours Friday: weights 1 hour, swimming 45 mins/judo 1 hour Saturday: judo 2 hours Sunday: rest/walk/competition (gym sessions are at 7am, all others are in the evening). The problem I find is that it's difficult to know how many calories I burn in these sessions. I take a protein shake in the morning, and after training, with a current diet roughly consisting of: Breakfast 6.30am = porridge, banana, 2xtoast with peanut butter, protein shake, 8.30= bacon & egg cheese muffin, banana 10.30 = chicken breast 12.30= bowl of pasta, chicken breast 3 = chicken Breast 6= what ever is for tea.. Normally involves carrots, runner beans, 4 potatoes and some meet or fish (lamb,salmon,cod, chicken,beef.. Ie. shepards pie, chicken pie, spag Bol. Etc.) 9.45 = post workout protein shake And I drink a lot of water throughout! I'm guessing I'm not eating enough... But it feels like a lot! I also have a 9 till 5 desk job, and take a 20 min walk at lunch at a reasonable pace). Any ideas? And yes I know my calory input needs to be more than my usage, but have no idea how much I burn. I'd like to be 73kg+ by May (keeping fat % low), possible? Regards, Josh.