Sorry if this has already been posted, im sure some of it has but i looked around and didnt see anything. I am 17 yrs old, and 5 foot 10 and am a wrestler. First off, id like to gain a little weight but definately want to add it in muscle and not fat. Over the last year i stayed about the same in body fat and gained 10-15 pounds, im presuming muscle from working out and lifting. The lifting coach is against whole milk unless he says you "absolutly need" weight and nearly no one he knows does. How true is this, ive been drinking whole milk for around 3 or 4 years now and if it would help me lose any fat, id switch to 2% or lower. Next, i have a scale that is not perfect, but very close. Every night, after about 8 hours of sleep, i lose 5 pounds. This happens every night. After workouts, i might be about 142 or so but before i go to bed and after dinner, im back to 150. Is my metablolism that fast? And finally, the chocolate milk theory. I had a coach say that chocolate milk can be very good and not that unhealthy at all. He said that especially if you dont eat a decent breakfast at least drink chocolate milk so that your body doesnt tear down your muscles for energy. Is any of this true, because i thought your body went after fat first for energy rather than muscle. Thanks, i hope this was a worthy first post.