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Some advice os gaining muscle weight

Discussion in 'Dieting / Supplement Discussion' started by bellator, May 18, 2008.

  1. bellator Yellow Belt

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    Please comment my training/dieting and give me some tips on what I am doing right/wrong.

    Mouning - 2 eggs, bread with ham, and milk

    Lunch and dinner - I eat meat most of time, with either rice or pasta and vegetables

    Night - 2 cups of milk (I should be getting some casein this way right? therefore producing the so called anti-catabolic effect) and 2 bananas (fruit with most protein right?)

    I also eat junk food about 2/3 times a mounth. I know i shouldn't but i can't help myself :icon_chee

    I work out 2-3 times a week and take Whey protein imediatly after training.

    Also martial arts training 2 times a week.

    Thanks
     
  2. bluethree Banned Banned

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    You should probably add another meal or two and some lifting if you are interested in adding muscle weight.
     
  3. bellator Yellow Belt

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    When i said i worked out 2-3 times a week i meant weight lifting. sorry, should have made myself clearer.
     
  4. ronin0352 Lift, Eat, Sleep, Repeat

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    Please tell me you're kidding. You only eat 2 real meals a day and you're trying to put on weight? I eat more than that, and I'm losing weight. Beef up that breakfast for starters and add some veggies to it. (A cup of chopped spinach in 3-4 scrambled eggs works for me.) Have you read the FAQ? More specifically, The Seven Habits? Start with this:

    Next, use the above link and read more. Then come back with some specific questions if you have any.

    Then go to the S&P FAQ and see how your workouts stack-up. Best of luck.
     

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