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


    im talking no limits on fat gain or muscle gain. just eating all day every day for a month. could you gain 50 lbs?


    i mean thats only about 1.5lbs a day.


    hell make it 2 months and 100lbs. how awesome would that be. 100lbs heavier in 2 months.
    For me, the action IS the juice.

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    i'm sure its possible. how many calories a day would it take, i wonder.
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    there is just no point at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    there is just no point at all
    Seriously. What a waste.
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    Considering the huge stress on the body and the massi e edema you'd have, there would be one hell ofa good chance to find out if you had any weak health areas as well as your how good of a life insurance plan you have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soontobbeast View Post
    gaining 50lbs in 1 month.....possible?
    We are proof.. it CAN be done! Check the logs, brah!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    there is just no point at all
    Yeah, you probably could, but why the **** would you want to..?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    We are proof.. it CAN be done! Check the logs, brah!!!

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    50 pounds in a month would probably be a little much. I mean you can eat enough calories to accomplish such a gain but your body will only absorb so many. I'm guessing you'd be spending a lot of time on the toilet.
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    what do they say 3500 calories per pound, right? So you'd need to eat 5250 calories ABOVE BMR. So ballpark, 8000-8500 calories a day for a relatively sedentary person, get a lift in every day or two no cardio. Just eat McDonalds all day, 5x/day. The weight gain wouldn't be attractive though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rubberring View Post
    We are proof.. it CAN be done! Check the logs, brah!!!

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    Looks to me like the dwarf is already checking the log.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    Looks to me like the dwarf is already checking the log.
    The twig you mean.
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    ever seen super size me?
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    if u could it would be fat and y?!? and not to mention the stretch marks ehh
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    hell 2600 carbs in a day can put on 24 pounds or so if your depleted and on keto for quite some time
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    like to see this done and if ya do it do b4 and after pics


    SRS this is stupid as your body will hate you for this
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    i dont even think the guy on supersize me gained 20? did he.
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    i was thinking it wouldnt be possible........it seems to me your metabolism would level out and somewhat get 'used' to eating so much. you would gain but at a lot slower of a pace around week 2. i know if i eat a ton i can gain weight fast probably 10 lbs in a week or two but if i keep eating junk food every night after hitting the tobacco water pipe ill level out and stop gaining weight.


    just food for thought.
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    Quote Originally Posted by soontobbeast View Post
    i was thinking it wouldnt be possible........it seems to me your metabolism would level out and somewhat get 'used' to eating so much. you would gain but at a lot slower of a pace around week 2. i know if i eat a ton i can gain weight fast probably 10 lbs in a week or two but if i keep eating junk food every night after hitting the tobacco water pipe ill level out and stop gaining weight.


    just food for thought.
    I would think you are right. your body probably can't absorb all those calories. I'm not saying it isn't possible but it'd be damn hard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CrazyChemist View Post
    I would think you are right. your body probably can't absorb all those calories. I'm not saying it isn't possible but it'd be damn hard.
    and fkg pointless!
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    It would make alot of sense, if you were trying out for some sort of reversed Biggest loser show. Or if your an idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dedlifter1 View Post
    It would make alot of sense, if you were trying out for some sort of reversed Biggest loser show. Or if your an idiot.
    aha! You've have hit upon my great tv idea!

    Take a bunch of the scrawniest nerds, throw them in a house with trainers and see how much LBM per week they could add!

    The winner gets a date! With a girl! And some cash I guess
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    aha! You've have hit upon my great tv idea!

    Take a bunch of the scrawniest nerds, throw them in a house with trainers and see how much LBM per week they could add!

    The winner gets a date! With a girl! And some cash I guess
    If you just made it BM and dropped the L as was suggested in the OP, you could just call it The Fattest Loser.
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    Would be extremely bad for your heart AND most would be fat. There's no point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jakellpet View Post
    aha! You've have hit upon my great tv idea!

    Take a bunch of the scrawniest nerds, throw them in a house with trainers and see how much LBM per week they could add!

    The winner gets a date! With a girl! And some cash I guess
    I'd watch it.
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    if you did this then I would love to see what your cut cycle results would look like
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    Cut would look something like this I'd imagine;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vance View Post
    Cut would look something like this I'd imagine;

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA .... thats to funny actully laughed out loud on that one
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    impossible human body tissue cannot expand at that rate.
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    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.
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    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
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    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.
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    The Colorado Experiment:

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    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)

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    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.
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    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.
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    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.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madds87 View Post
    Either all talk or please prove it.
    Exactly
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    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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