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post #21 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-30-2006, 09:29 PM
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Just keep doing what you're doing, you're school should have a gym right. See if you can get into wrestling, it's great for getting into shape, and if you're light you just compete against other light guys
get the **** out of here he's not going to get anyone in his high school that is his weight,they'll have 20 to 30 pounds on him he'll have to get a fith grader.
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At 14 or 15, I wouldn't be too concerned about weight. Give it a few more years, your metabolism will slow down and you'll start to bulk up. I was 6 foot 5 and 180 lbs in high school, and though I grew another two inches, by second year university I was 230 lbs. Granted, it was fat and I'm back down to about 195-200 lbs now. But yeah, I wouldn't be too concerned. Just get yourself into a good workout routine. I would recommend staying away from weights though. I've read some articles that say exercise at too young of an age can actually be bad for you, as your body is still growing. Just my thoughts.
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holy shit I weighted more than you when I was 11 are you anerxic.my advice would be eat everything that you want all the time eat a lot of protein and lift weights hard eat at all times.
good luck you will need it
You write like an 11 year old, you sure you're not still?
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You write like an 11 year old, you sure you're not still?
how the **** do I write like a 11 year old?
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how the **** do I write like a 11 year old?
Your spelling and grammar mostly. I made the point because you came into this thread for no other reason then to insult this kid. He's asking for help, so offer some, or go back to hanging out alone behind your computer for the rest of the day. For the record, saying "****" on the internet doesn't make you any tougher. But so as to not hijack this thread, I will not comment on it further.
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I weighted more than you when I was 11 are you.my advice would be eat everything that you want all the time eat a lot of protein and lift weights hard eat at all times.
good luck
this is advice that I gave him
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post #27 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-07-2006, 03:25 PM
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dude dont bother doing creatine its a false way to gain muscle.. and there havre been romurs thar if u stop it that extra muscle u gained from it turns into fat. my trainer told me that.
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Total crap... muscle cannot be converted into fat or vice versa. You can gain or loose both but you cannot change one into the other, that's like trying to convert oil to water.

Creatine does work. It forces more water into the cells and you can lift a bit more for a bit longer. When the creatine goes away, it is true that it's effects leave also, however, the gains you make while on creatine ( lifting heavier weights for longer) stay. That is how you benifit from creatine.

If you want to gain muscle, do squats. Don't worry too much about gaining until you are in the late stages of puberty. You need testosterone to make big gains, when your body kicks into development gear you should have plenty. If you still have issues then, go see a doctor and he will help you get testosterone replacement therapy.

Remember, there are a ton of myths about suppliments and exercises out there. Go to a good site like bodybuilding.com and read read read.~Nathan
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post #28 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-08-2006, 03:15 PM
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take yeti's advice, all those things work. Im 18 6'2" and was 130, ive been doing a (almost daily) workout for only a month or two now and Ive already gained close to ten pounds, mostly muscle too. The excercizes that yeti described + protein = good stuff. give it time, dont be in too much of a rush. If ur not lifting then dont bother with the creatine
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stop being a pushup ***** and buy some ****in free weights, and some steriods
If I had the money to get some weights I would because I really want to, and I don't want my nuts messed up so steriods is not something I plan on getting into.
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mate go out and buy some weights i have a friend who uses pushups instead of weights and he weighs barely anything aswell.even better go out and buy some kettlebells youll be throwing around the bigger guys in no time haha
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