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Old 07-09-2009, 08:06 PM   #3
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I agree Rick. I weighed 145 at age 17, and looked pathetic. I learned to out eat my metabolism.

I also think that many men in their teens and early 20's have such a high metabolism that it becomes difficult to eat too much. That is where the need for smart food comes it...calorie dense whole milk, etc.

I trained a "hardgainer" in college. He was a twig, and couldn't gain. The first thing I did was to have him stop running, and all other forms of cardio. Then I taught him about progression. Next, I introduced him to fried foods, whole milk, and the dessert bar.

He gained 10 pounds of weight in a month.
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