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post #21 of 40 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 10:56 AM
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how much water with the whey?

those things you are putting effort into to be right: are not really important.

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nothing wrong with a 15 year old who lifts weights and consumes whey.

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why 225g of protein?

why are you recommending so much whey?

do you work for EAS?

why do you think he needs "a ton" of protein?
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post #22 of 40 (permalink) Old 10-01-2007, 11:00 AM
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you don't need any supplements

just eat real food, what mama feeds you, few times a day.

not growing? eat a little more.

don't get too technical. you're young: enjoy food and enjoy life.
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I do eat and eat a lot, but my body is used to running at least 5 miles a day. I've stopped dong that recently, but I have never been able to gain any weight. No matter what/how much I eat. So I'm trying to do something to help that.
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How long have you been dieting+training? What did you weigh the first day? What do you weigh now? Post your current diet here as well. (with timings and meal portions)
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I do eat and eat a lot, but my body is used to running at least 5 miles a day. I've stopped dong that recently, but I have never been able to gain any weight. No matter what/how much I eat. So I'm trying to do something to help that.
You're lying. It is impossible for you to gain 0 weight if you are eating A LOT and CORRECTLY. I doubt you're even surpassing 3,000 calories a day




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I don't know if he's lying. I used to, and still can if I want, eat whatever the hell I want, however much I want, and never gain a pound. I did that for like a whole year, never even gained one single pound, ate a bunch of junk and calories and fat all the time. Some people burn calories faster than others.
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stop running for a minute, you'll gain weight

neither of you guys will get helped until this has been answered:

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I don't know if he's lying. I used to, and still can if I want, eat whatever the hell I want, however much I want, and never gain a pound. I did that for like a whole year, never even gained one single pound, ate a bunch of junk and calories and fat all the time. Some people burn calories faster than others.

Metabolism is besides the point man. Also, the correct way to gain weight is not by eating junk food. I also highly doubt you were really eating that many calories either but whatever. I dare you to get on a 4K calorie healthy diet for a month and lemme know if you gained any weight or not.




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I agree with wukkadb, and usually for newbies you don't start gaining until about 2 weeks in, so you've got to be patient and stick to it, also quoting a great guy from another forum, "eat, monitor and adjust accordingly"
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Metabolism is besides the point man. Also, the correct way to gain weight is not by eating junk food. I also highly doubt you were really eating that many calories either but whatever. I dare you to get on a 4K calorie healthy diet for a month and lemme know if you gained any weight or not.
What do you mean metabolism is besides the point? LOL...metabolism IS the point. He has a high metabolism, and so do I. It's hard for us to gain weight because we METABOLISE our food too quickly. What is beside the point is eating a 4K healthy calorie diet. Nobody ever said they were eating a bunch of good food and not gaining a pound. The guy said he ate a bunch and could eat whatever he wanted and not gain any weight and you bluntly called him a liar, so I put in my 2 cents.

I'm sure you are right that we would gain weight eating a 4k a day healthy calorie diet, but that's not what either of us were talking about.

And you are also right about eating junk doesn't always mean you will gain weight, in fact that is the exact point me and the other guy are making. I learned that that doesn't work, which is why I don't eat like that anymore and haven't in a long, long time. Not everyone has the time/money/energy to eat 4,000 healthy calories per day.
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