gaining 50lbs in 1 month.....possible?

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  1. impossible human body tissue cannot expand at that rate.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by Jasen View Post
    impossible human body tissue cannot expand at that rate.
    Not sure thats entirely true. I work in the sciences and I have heard of cases where pituitary issues have induced rapid weight gain/loss of that magnitude. I agree though that it is difficult, unlikely and probably unhealthy.
    Back.... for real this time
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  3. well hmm im assumin it might due to some genetical disease or something out of oridnary, IMO i just dont thin a normal person's could
    ~ IRON LIVERô________ *[It's just advice man, that's all it is! You can take or do whatever the FCUK you wanna do!]

  4. i don't see why you would want to...3500 calories = about 1lb so you're looking at an insane amount of food to eat and on top of that you need to be able to lift weights and get on with your daily life...seems like a dumb idea but i'd pay to see somebody do it.

  5. The Colorado Experiment:

    http://blog.legendarylife.com/the-colorado-experiment

    Casey Viator was said to have gained 63 pounds of muscle in 28 days!

    He had several factors going in his favor:
    - Advanced bodybuilder
    - Gaining mass that was lost due to injury (i.e. muscle memory)

  6. 50 lbs in 1 month


    Yes, it's possible to do. A high calorie diet with heavy lifting for 1 month will get you 45-50lbs of solid mass. The discipline of eating 5 meals a day consistently is the challenge not to mention the grocery bill you'll have for that month. I took in 5852 calories a day and worked out an hour a day, heavy lifting, I gained 47lbs and had the physique of Russel Crow in Gladiator. I used a custom diet where the meals were very small and not burdensome to eat and they didn't leave me feeling bloated and so stuffed that I couldn't work out. If your still interested let me know and i"ll post my fast track diet plan.

  7. Quote Originally Posted by EGOSUM989 View Post
    Yes, it's possible to do. A high calorie diet with heavy lifting for 1 month will get you 45-50lbs of solid mass. The discipline of eating 5 meals a day consistently is the challenge not to mention the grocery bill you'll have for that month. I took in 5852 calories a day and worked out an hour a day, heavy lifting, I gained 47lbs and had the physique of Russel Crow in Gladiator. I used a custom diet where the meals were very small and not burdensome to eat and they didn't leave me feeling bloated and so stuffed that I couldn't work out. If your still interested let me know and i"ll post my fast track diet plan.
    I would like to see your daily diet and workout log.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by EGOSUM989 View Post
    Yes, it's possible to do. A high calorie diet with heavy lifting for 1 month will get you 45-50lbs of solid mass. The discipline of eating 5 meals a day consistently is the challenge not to mention the grocery bill you'll have for that month. I took in 5852 calories a day and worked out an hour a day, heavy lifting, I gained 47lbs and had the physique of Russel Crow in Gladiator. I used a custom diet where the meals were very small and not burdensome to eat and they didn't leave me feeling bloated and so stuffed that I couldn't work out. If your still interested let me know and i"ll post my fast track diet plan.
    Either all talk or please prove it.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by madds87 View Post
    Either all talk or please prove it.
    Exactly
  10. 50 lbs in 1 month


    This is the diet I used. The actual work out routine is really up to you. I worked out 5 days a week, ran on the 6th day, rested on the 7th and started all over a gain on Monday, a regular sleep /rest schedule is a must. Best of Luck!

    BRKFAST 8:AM Calories Protein
    3 eggs = 225 15
    2 cup yogurt(Greek) 320 20
    2 wheat bread= 220 8
    2 tbsp veg oil= 240 0
    1 banana= 105 1
    1110 cals 44 gms

    BRUNCH 11:AM
    2 cans tuna= 100 22
    2 bananas= 210 2
    2 tbsp veg oil= 240 0
    2 wheat bread= 200 8
    1 avocado= 365 7
    1115 cals 39 gms

    LUNCH 2:PM
    1 Pot Pie(Marie Callendar's)600 17
    2 tbsp veg oil= 240 0
    1 Avocado= 365 7
    1 banana= 105 1
    1310 cals 25 gms

    DINNER 5:PM
    protein shake= 310 variable
    1 pot pie= 600 17
    1 banana= 105 1
    1 avacado= 365 7
    1380 cals 25 gms

    DINNER 8:PM
    2 cans tuna= 100 22
    2 bananas= 210 2
    2 tbsp veg oil= 264 0
    1 avocado= 365 17
    939 cals 41 gms

    5854 Cals. A DAY
    170+ Protein A DAY
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  11. Nice but pot pies?! Wtf? Lol

    Replace that with some meat!

    But thats a better diet then i have seen of others bud, good job!

  12. Quote Originally Posted by EGOSUM989 View Post
    This is the diet I used. The actual work out routine is really up to you. I worked out 5 days a week, ran on the 6th day, rested on the 7th and started all over a gain on Monday, a regular sleep /rest schedule is a must. Best of Luck!

    BRKFAST 8:AM Calories Protein
    3 eggs = 225 15
    2 cup yogurt(Greek) 320 20
    2 wheat bread= 220 8
    2 tbsp veg oil= 240 0
    1 banana= 105 1
    1110 cals 44 gms

    BRUNCH 11:AM
    2 cans tuna= 100 22
    2 bananas= 210 2
    2 tbsp veg oil= 240 0
    2 wheat bread= 200 8
    1 avocado= 365 7
    1115 cals 39 gms

    LUNCH 2:PM
    1 Pot Pie(Marie Callendar's)600 17
    2 tbsp veg oil= 240 0
    1 Avocado= 365 7
    1 banana= 105 1
    1310 cals 25 gms

    DINNER 5:PM
    protein shake= 310 variable
    1 pot pie= 600 17
    1 banana= 105 1
    1 avacado= 365 7
    1380 cals 25 gms

    DINNER 8:PM
    2 cans tuna= 100 22
    2 bananas= 210 2
    2 tbsp veg oil= 264 0
    1 avocado= 365 17
    939 cals 41 gms

    5854 Cals. A DAY
    170+ Protein A DAY
    How long were you able to actually keep that size? Did you keep it going after that month or change it up?
  13. 50 lbs in 1 month


    I constructed this diet with the following factors in mind High Calories, High Protein, Light Weight (not burdensome in your belly), Cost and a set amount of time to do it in. It's extremely effective as a ladder to reach a seemingly impossible goal in a relatively short time. After having reached my goal, I changed my diet. Believe me, 30 days of eating the same thing over and over is not fun, but the means justified the end. I was frankly surprised at how many nay Sayers there were that claimed it was impossible to do. Gaining and shedding, are a direct result of diet and exercise, it is not rocket science, it's simple math, and commitment. When I started I was 150lbs. My goal was 200lbs. At the end of 30 days I was 195, close enough for me. Today my weight fluctuates between 195 on an empty stomach and 201. How you will proceed, after a month on this diet, will really depend on what your personal goals are. Have a goal in mind and a map to get there before you start this diet, or any other.

  14. Anybody ever notice that when you put a : next to a p you get this or an 8 at the end of parenthesis you get 8) .. I do that all the time by accident lmao . Back to OP thats a stupid idea
  

  
 

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