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Old 04-29-2011, 09:07 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Aurik View Post
Yeah, there were a couple of skinny kids in my gym, 16 and 20. One is pretty damn strong though (he squats 4 plates ALMOST to parallel). Both of them were saying how they couldn't gain weight. I told them, "Eat more". One says, "But I eat a shit-ton a day, 3500-4000 calories, and it's CLEAN, too..."
They wouldn't like my suggestions...

Butter
Heavy Cream
Whole Milk
Almonds
Olive Oil.

A little butter on your veggies. A little olive oil with your meats. A little heavy cream in your whey shakes or whole milk. And a few handfuls of almonds.

I just added quite a few cals without making them full.

Unfortunately "clean" often means "very low fat". I don't live in the camp that believes these fats are bad.
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