I liked dc for the short time I was on it.Originally Posted by R1balla
your not gaining because your eating horrid foods
you are what you eat
Im going to make this very simple
go to store
5lbs top sirloin
2 gallons whole milk
quaker old fashiond oats
4 dozen organic eggs
two bags brown rice
alot of fish
and eat the **** out of all that
Oh god a call out.
That's what I thought you meant. I'm pretty damn ecto so I can eat that a lot but I still feel guilty.
I guess.Originally Posted by WerdUp
a meatloaf enema
Doesn't mean he does roids.
Yeah I am new. But. No point in accusing people. Forum is for helping everyone out and encouraging. Not internet call outs.
Your very right my friend, but unfortunately when you've been quiet for so long (me) you can't take enough. Many of these people on here bash people who are looking for help and think they are on such a higher level then others (though their not). There are many misconceptions of topics people "brag" about here, and in the gym. Like the topic of weight, people think if they weigh more they are bigger or look better. Nah, there's aesthetics, muscle bellies, widths and proportions to consider. The guy your defending posts ignorant things to "others" particularly to people he thinks he's so called "bigger than." I do not like people who belittle others, so I had to call him out. You'll learn my friend, when your pushed into a wall the only way is forward. I think I did it in a well played out manner with some class. For the true bodybuilder is humble not degrading and arrogant my friend. You'll learn young grasshoppa, in time.
Because of muscle magazines and books most lifters are stuck in the idea of performing 3-4 sets of 8-12 repetitions. While this is not incorrect for muscle gain, it is limiting. Strength training experts, such as Vladimir Zatsiorsky, have categorized three main methods of improving strength.
So try one of the following
Repetition Method: Lifting a submaximal weight till failure or close to failure for numerous repetitions. This is most commonly known as the corner stone of bodybuilding programs.
Maximal Effort Method: As the name implies, lifting maximal loads in the 85-100% intensity range. This is a primary method of many strength athletes.
Dynamic Effort Method: This has become into vogue in the past ten years, but has been utilized by Olympic lifters for decades. The method involves lifting a submaximal weight, usually 50-70% intensity, and trying to move the weight as fast as possible.
calorie surpluss high in protein carbs and moderate fat, eat every 2hrs. That's first requirement. Lift with strict form on compound exersises, squat, deadlift bench ect, use dumbbells for curls and tricepts exersises ect. Only work each body part 2x weekly max. Fid weight for 5 sets of 8 to 12 reps. Make sure you have small weights to build with, like half pound and one pound plates, increase weight every week even if only by a pound. Diet and continued resistance/demand to the muscles will force muscle growth to keep up with ever increasing demand. again make sure your diet is in order as this is key, the body will resist muscle growth if not as it is part of survival, muscle burns calories and requires unlimited nutrition as most mamals are designed to survive for a few weeks without food and more muscle works against the system. Keep physical need high during workouts as the body must also have a need for the muscle or it will naturally reduce it. Basic biology.