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Old 02-11-2011, 03:19 PM   #31
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Old 02-11-2011, 07:40 PM   #32
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so has anyone got foolproof advice for how i can stack on the kilos? my life goal is to be on The Biggest Loser

that's why i don't do the cardio sometimes.
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Old 02-12-2011, 01:13 AM   #33
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I forgot to mention... when I started this process my body fat content was 3.5%. the personal trainer said that's the lowest she'd ever seen.

Elite athletes don't have a content that low. I think it's only hyper-bulimics/anorexics and the YOU GOT A DOOR? YOU GOT A GYM! RANDY COUTRE 11-MINUTE BODY-SHREDDING WORK OUT! types.
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Old 02-12-2011, 01:38 AM   #34
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what's your body fat content now? i assume you've started eating more meals and having (healthy) high fat foods.
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Old 02-12-2011, 01:47 AM   #35
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it got to 6.5%, i think it's down around 5.5 at the moment. i'm finding it hard to eat more.
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Old 02-12-2011, 02:17 AM   #36
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Indian restaurants, my man. There is always way too much food and all of it is tasty.
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ooh yes, indian food

that's great you've been able to bring it up that much already, danny. the only thing i can suggest is just to eat as many nuts (including peanut butter) as possible. also stuff like avocados, some dairy, oh and some olive oil.
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YOU GOT A DOOR? YOU GOT A GYM! RANDY COUTRE 11-MINUTE BODY-SHREDDING WORK OUT!
You've bought one, haven't you?

I second the Indian food
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ooh yes, indian food

that's great you've been able to bring it up that much already, danny. the only thing i can suggest is just to eat as many nuts (including peanut butter) as possible. also stuff like avocados, some dairy, oh and some olive oil.
I was just going to suggest nuts--very healthy, but very calorie-dense.

OMG! Doubledown on the guac and chips. Get some nice organic tortilla chips with black beans or flax seeds in them. Those are all I ever eat now. Delicious!

Don't forget hummus and pesto, too--tasty, healthy and potentially good calories. Hummus spread in a wrap with other fillings is delicious. And pesto? Just dip good bread in it or find/make some good pasta and drench it in pesto.


One of the main things if you are trying to add calories is to watch your sodium intake though.
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Food: Jamaican/west indian food also. Rice and peas...goat roti! Chicken, and lots of it (white)

Stout beers: Guinness, Dragon, McKewan's

Two raw eggs after your workout. Just shoot them it's not that bad.

Crazy shakes with peanut butter, ice cream, bananas, raw eggs, just about everything you'd never want to eat on a diet. Drink at least 2 glasses of milk per day.

More weight per rep, less reps per set. And 2 days between each muscle group so day 1 do upper body, day 2 legs and back, day 3 play a sport, repeat. (actually you might want to do legs first then upper then play a sport so you can at least run on day 3 lmao!!)

That's not medical advice, clearly.
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Memo to my gym: playing Barbie Girl on the DVD is not conducive to a pleasant gym experience!
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also stuff like avocados, some dairy, oh and some olive oil.
I should make an avocado appreciation thread.
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I take soy protein and amino acid supplements. They do work in terms of muscle mass, but if you're not interested in that, then I don't really think that they are worth using. A lot of those supplements, like Ripped Fuel, can be very dangerous as well.
Soy? No Whey? What exactly do you take, if you don't mind me asking? I just do some whey protein shakes at the moment (and some standard multivitamins that I've always taken regardless of the workout), but have recently looked over a bunch of things at bodybuilding.com. Their forums are pretty humorous, as there's next to no agreement on any products. Guess it all comes down to personal preference and results, as everyone processes things differently.
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What music do you listen to whilst at gym?
Strangely, I've found that a lot of the types of things others use to pump themselves up for a workout make my heart race too quickly, and I prefer something with a slower (but steady) beat most of the time when doing high intensity cardio.
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Strangely, I've found that a lot of the types of things others use to pump themselves up for a workout make my heart race too quickly, and I prefer something with a slower (but steady) beat most of the time when doing high intensity cardio.
I usually just deal with the music on the screen...

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