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jcmeagher 10-23-2006 08:34 AM

To light, Not enough muscle, To much body fat.
 
How do I gain weight, lose extra body fat, and gain muscle? Plz help.
I only weigh 90 lbs.

Shadowslan 10-25-2006 09:49 PM

wait, how old are you? 9??? 11????

AtomDanger 10-26-2006 02:57 PM

no shite, how tall are you? you weigh less than my girlfriend

Yeti 10-27-2006 10:29 AM

What age and height are you?

jcmeagher 10-27-2006 07:16 PM

I am 14 (15 in a couple months) and I am 5 feet tall, its not funny I cant help it.

Yeti 10-27-2006 07:29 PM

Not making fun of you. Really though you can't have much extra fat to lose.
Do you do any sort of exercise or lifting now?
What's your diet like?

Ramp36 10-27-2006 08:02 PM

My advice would be to learn form. Form when you lift weights, form when you wrestle or grapple and learn the correct way to throw your punches. Train form until you don't even have to think about it. I wrestled in high school and tourneys in college. It seemed I was always on the small side. Nothing is better than beating a guy more muscular than you because you trained.

Your body will decide when the size will hit. If you train correctly you will always be in shape no matter what your size. When the muscle does start packing on, your form will double your efforts. You can always pack on more muscle at that point but learning form is the most important because it takes a long time.

jaymackz 10-27-2006 08:04 PM

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jcmeagher 10-27-2006 08:41 PM

I work out as much as possible, and I am on a Protien and Creatine diet, of course i have some fats and good cholesterol and stuff. But I dont have weights so I substitute that with pushups.
(oh and I love your quote yeti, that just inspired me so much, I really neede that)

Yeti 10-27-2006 09:16 PM

Thanks man.
Sounds like you've got the diet pretty well in hand. Pushups are a good body weight exercise, remember you can vary it though. Wide Arms, Diamonds, Clap push ups.... Also, don't get to caught up in just upper body, you'll need to condition you're whole body to be successful.
Squats, Pistols, Lunges and Mountain Climbers for the Legs.
V-ups, Crunches, Supermans, Situps, and the Supine bicycle for your core.
There's a lot of options out there to choose from for body weight exercises, check them out for yourself.
After that it's like Ramp36 said, you just train like heck and wait for the growth spurt.


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