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    Mass gainers helped me out a ton! It helped me achieve my calorie goal for the day since I couldn't stuff in so much food. iForce Mass Gainz is great to hit your calories. I would mix a spoonful of peanut butter in it and mix it in. Just make sure you don't do such a sloppy bulk. I've done it (Ate a whole pie of pizza every 3 days, Burger King, McDonalds..etc) I lived on fast food for my bulk and mass gainers and protein shakes and I did gain a serious amount but when it came down time to cutting I had to suffer. Extra cardio to burn alot of BF % and had to do a complete 180 on my diet.

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    EAT is all I can say. and EAT some more. IF you want to get big you have to eat big. Get some protein that you really like. I am not big on the mass gainer protein powders unless you have an issue eating and most people dont. But if that is your thing do it! I am more for whey protein like iForce Protean. A couple scoops of that with some fruit and PB in a blender and BAM now you have a monster shake perfect for a quick postWO meal and then follow that up with a big whole food meal!
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    Almonds, Olive Oil, Eggs, Fruit, Vegetables, Greek Yogurt, Cottage Cheese, Whole Milk, Peanut Butter, MEAT and fish, and Protean. That's how it is done. Cram as many calories as possible in. I went from 160 to 250 eating as much as I could, but I could not have done it without protein supplementation. It might as well taste good so go with Protean.
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    Whole milk, Peanut butter, eggs, almonds, and a solid mass gainer such as iForce Mass Gainz if you can find it!
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    Or you could add some Protean shakes as your smaller meals throughout the day!
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    I wish I had the problem of bulking. A lot of solid advice in here. Plain and simple though just eat.
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    My first 3 months in the gym I went from 137 to 152 and in the last 2 months I only put on 4 or 5 pounds, I find it hard to eat any more clean calories, I eat steak,fish,egg's,tuna,protein shakes,peanut butter, sweet potato's rice and I can't eat anymore but I'm still not eating enough calories lol any easy way of doubling the calories without to much of a cost? My problem ain't consuming 3.5k calories a day, its affording it
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmmcclair View Post
    Sleep I have covered, nutrition is good, just apparently not enough, I gained 3 pounds in 6 days, that's a morning weigh in, and again as I said I don't care about a cut so the type I gain is of no concern provided I don't look like a slob when I'm done. I generally do way more fat than that though, is that a problem?
    If you just looking to bulk I usually drink a quart of whole milk and 1 lb of beef a day. Other meals are chicken and rice, eggs with patatoes and fruit..plus whatever else you can shove in there like another meal if you still hungry. Another meal can be a protein shake with maltodextrin..nice easy and easily digestable. If you get fat cut back a bit if not keep eating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeanDublin View Post
    My first 3 months in the gym I went from 137 to 152 and in the last 2 months I only put on 4 or 5 pounds, I find it hard to eat any more clean calories, I eat steak,fish,egg's,tuna,protein shakes,peanut butter, sweet potato's rice and I can't eat anymore but I'm still not eating enough calories lol any easy way of doubling the calories without to much of a cost? My problem ain't consuming 3.5k calories a day, its affording it
    whole milk if you can drink it. You can also add stuff to it to make more caloric. Pretty cheap
  

  
 

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