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Old 01-15-2012, 01:50 AM   #11
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Junior, what are your personal stats? And, when you say you are bodybuilding, what exactly are you doing in weight training department? I am not going to tell you to eat big, because this is far to broad. What I will recommend is for you to learn what you personally need in calories in accordance with your current physical properties, and assign macros accordingly. And, then assign a surplus of calories to gain good weight. In addition, eating alone, is not enough. You have to give the body a "reason" to partition these calories to build mass, and recover, and this is why I asked you what you were currently doing in weight training. In addition, learning your personal stats will provide enlightened detail, and more advice tailored to these specifics.
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Old 01-15-2012, 05:26 AM   #12
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Junior, what are your personal stats? And, when you say you are bodybuilding, what exactly are you doing in weight training department? I am not going to tell you to eat big, because this is far to broad. What I will recommend is for you to learn what you personally need in calories in accordance with your current physical properties, and assign macros accordingly. And, then assign a surplus of calories to gain good weight. In addition, eating alone, is not enough. You have to give the body a "reason" to partition these calories to build mass, and recover, and this is why I asked you what you were currently doing in weight training. In addition, learning your personal stats will provide enlightened detail, and more advice tailored to these specifics.
I am working out at gym on the Dorian Yates hit four day split thanks for your reply
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