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|7/27/2014 7:06:06 AM - Michael P.
I have issues gaining weight. I'm 16 years old. 6'1'' and 165 ibs. I recently started working out 5 months ago and over that time period I put on 10 pounds. It seems like no matter what I do, gaining weight is extremely difficult and complex. I'm eating 3-5 thousands calories daily. Also I take mass gainer occasionally, but maybe that's my problem-I don't drink mass gainer enough. I was hoping you could help me out. Do you know any specific meal plans, mass building workouts, etc. that I should be doing?
Thanks a lot.
You should be sticking to the basic THREE for exercise.
You will want to keep the amount of reps and sets fairly low, but you want to crank up as much weight as you can SAFELY handle with good form.
You will also want to USE your nutritional plan to facilitate the training.
Carb up prior to your training and drink an peri workout drink during.
After the session you'll want to replace the carbs/proteins. With whatever you can take in.
If you think you're close to a lot of calories to accomplish this, you're NOT.
Training:Nutrition for a fella like you is an ON GOING process.
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