In the Process of putting on a lot of heavy weight.

Discussion in 'Strength & Conditioning Discussion' started by Psycho_Mantis, Apr 12, 2008.

  1. Hey guys, let me start this off by saying i've always been really really skinny. In Grade 12, a year ago, i walked around at 6"2 155, also known as the mighty skeletor. So in the past six months, i've decided to work out and bulk to the extreme, so i've been eating 5-6 meals a day, and not just lean protein, just been eating anything and everything, as well as lots of pushups and weight lifting and squats.

    glad to say i'm up to 175. Am looking kinda skinny but a little filled in now.

    Am aiming for 195 in the next few months, and think it will be pretty easy. My body is pretty receptive to all this, it just takes a lot out of me and makes me tired.
     
  2. Donut62

    Donut62 Black Belt

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    Awesome. What's your workouts look like?
     
  3. SteveX

    SteveX Nobody F*cks Wit Da Jesus

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    someone's been eating their corned beef hash. good for you, glad to hear things are working out for you

    +1 on posting your routine and diet
     
  4. bad_coupon

    bad_coupon Orange Belt

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    Been there, done that. Glad it worked for you.
     
  5. well every night i can't make it to the gym i just do a shitload of pushups before bed and then keep eating.

    At the Gym i grab some weight and Squat first and foremost, i do dips and chinups. I bench press. I don't do any of those complicated machines or whatever cuz i don't know too much about them, and i've heard that you're supposed to keep your workout as natural as possible, with simple weights,dips,etc.

    I don't take any supplements, just eat a lot and often, since i don't really need much tone, i'm skinny.
     
  6. SteveX

    SteveX Nobody F*cks Wit Da Jesus

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    it's great that your squatting, but you also need to start deadlifting

    you should also try to get a set gym schedule. if your really serious then there won't be night where you can't make it to the gym.

    read carnal's treatise
    start one of the programs in the faq
     
  7. bad_coupon

    bad_coupon Orange Belt

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    I think you might be a mod gimmick. If no, congratulations on your training philosophy.
     
  8. magicman531

    magicman531 Try Sarah Topps Banned

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    What is the difference between a lot of heavy weight and a lot of light weight?
     
  9. SteveX

    SteveX Nobody F*cks Wit Da Jesus

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    heavy weight is what you put on the bar
    light weight is what you yell while your moving that heavy weight

    EDIT: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W1KD7cGRDDc 0:15, 0:38, 0:55 for proof
     
  10. lol, i guess i don't know....i guess a lot of heavy weight adds up to a lot of REALLY heavy weight?
     
  11. flak

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    Get plenty of sleep.
     
  12. RollinDownRodeo

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    Light weight babayyyyy!
     
  13. Standard

    Standard Too dumb to learn, too stubborn to quit

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    Did you even think this out?


    1000lbs of steel is alot of heavy weight, where a 1000lbs of feathers is alot of light weight...


    moron :rolleyes:
     
  14. JinKazama

    JinKazama Red Belt

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    squats/deadlifts

    whole milk

    must be fun being that skinny and needing to gain weight

    i would have a field day
     
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    A:

    - ATG Backsquats 1x20 [add 5 lbs each session]

    - Pullovers 1x20

    - Dips
    - Pullups
    - Weighted Abs
    - 3x10 [as a circuit]



    B:

    - ATG Backsquats 1x20 [add 5 lbs each session]

    - Pullovers 1x20

    - Benchpress
    - Bent over rows
    - weighted Abs
    - 3x10 [as a circuit]


    Train 3 times per week. Alternate between A and B. Eat and drink a lot.
     
  16. TheCuttlefish

    TheCuttlefish Un************ *******

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    tsk tsk. Those OT guys never last very long.

    AND BTW Skeletor was NOT SKINNY. He just had a Skeleton face.

    photographic evidence
    [​IMG]
     
  17. Ascendant

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    Skeletor ftw.
     
  18. Revolver_Ocelot

    Revolver_Ocelot Banned Banned

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    LOL, this thread is sick.
     
  19. Old Man

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    Skeletor was jacked.
     
  20. flak

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    Skeletor got the babes.

    [​IMG]
     

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