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WolfenTosh 02-19-2012 09:19 PM

Help an up and comer.(Photos coming soon)
 
Greetings,

Hello MMAFORUM i'm quite new, i've been doing a bit of trolling around the forums and believe this is the best one. My name is Duncan and I hail from Australia, 20 years of age.

I'm actually inquiring at an MMA gym tonight (infinitemixedmartialarts) and hopefully begin training as soon as tomorrow. I'm 6"0 and currently weigh 65.6 kg = 144.3 lbs. So i'm Skinny, I have a reach of 6"1.
(You will be able to make fun of the skinniness when I find my ipod cord and upload the pictures).

WHAT I NEED HELP WITH -
I need an appropriate weekly diet for weight gain, so I can at least try and obtain to make the 155pound weight division. And i can buy supplements If it's totally necessary but would prefer to save on money for the MMA classes.
I think i'm pretty right with how to put on the strength in the weight room, I find Wukkadb (Sorry if that's incorrect spelling) guide in the S&P Development forum really useful, so will basically be going off that as I'm new to the whole weight gain & MMA in general.

Any handy/helpful hints or tips would be greatly appreciated. And i am committed I promise you that, once I put my mind to something I stick to it, end of discussion.

Thanks,
WolfenTosh.

P.S - Hopefully this is easy to follow and have a good day!

G_Land 02-19-2012 09:50 PM

Welcome to the forum! You made the right choice by far. There are some sharp guys/gals here that can throw a plan up for you no prob.

Intermission 02-20-2012 02:06 AM

Go make an account on bodybuilding.com use AbilityMMA as your referral when you do :)

There is a MILLION threads on weigh gaining there...

P.S that doesn't mean switch forums. We want you here, but a bodybuilding forum is obviously the right place to read up on weight gaining.

WolfenTosh 02-20-2012 06:41 AM

I'm struggling with the Bodybuilding.com site, the post about calculating your needs, is very hard to understand, a nice (Foolsproof) guide on how to calculate it.

I dont really understand the whole
This food has 35g of fat
60g protein, and so on and so forth.

I just eat:
Eggs for breakfast
Snack on Nuts (Insert Gay Related Jokes Here)
A sandwich with White Bread, Turkey, Cheese and Tomato
Snack on Nuts Again
And Tea/Dinner - Either Chicken, Steak or Fish with vegetables.

I probably will get some whey protein. Seems pretty cheap off the site previously mentioned ^ ^ ^

Cheers,
Duncan.

Intermission 02-20-2012 01:40 PM

What you just posted has no where hear enough protein to be on a bulk? I eat 160g of protein and I'm on a cut!

Also, white bread? That's the worst, get whole wheat bread

WolfenTosh 02-20-2012 07:26 PM

Yep. I'm pretty amateurish, i'm trying to find a good diet on bodybuilding website, but I cant seem to find one. I'll keep looking and get back to you. Cheers.

Coldsteeleyes 02-20-2012 11:37 PM

If your really trying to gain mass the protein supplements are a must.

Yook 03-04-2012 05:47 PM

http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...1379243&page=1

Read this thread, doesn't even require an account.

Duncotosh 03-20-2012 09:46 PM

Finally found my pictures, i've had a really month and a bit with my sister's wedding and all the other jazz, i've found a school which i'm attending this coming monday. These are my starting photos.


Shot at 2012-03-20

Shot at 2012-03-20

Shot at 2012-03-20

Shot at 2012-03-20

BY the way, WOlfenTosh is me, i apparently already had an account and i forgot my password, so this is the account i will be using.

G_Land 03-20-2012 10:50 PM

Contact an admin about your account and they will get you straight.


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