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    Frustration!!!!


    I swear, I'm about to go on a big mac diet. I've been eating surplus cals, and doing at least 1 gram of protein/lb of body weight/day and I'm about the same weight as when I started. :

    Granted, I've put some size on my arms. But for what I've put in , I really should have gained some weight by now.

    Mickey d's here I come!!!! THAT will put some size on, for sure!!!!

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    Just keep at it man. It can be frustrating to have such slow gains, but it is better to have slow quality gains than to gain while putting on alot of fat that you have to get rid of layer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    I swear, I'm about to go on a big mac diet. I've been eating surplus cals, and doing at least 1 gram of protein/lb of body weight/day and I'm about the same weight as when I started. :

    Granted, I've put some size on my arms. But for what I've put in , I really should have gained some weight by now.

    Mickey d's here I come!!!! THAT will put some size on, for sure!!!!
    How long have you been going for? 1 gram per pound of body weight isn't all that much. How much do you weigh? Like Bolt said you have to be consistent. This isn't a sprint and never should be.
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    Yea i would like to see what your diet looks like now, but some other ideas could be to add just a little more to your daily amount, or maybe play around with the macros to see if you respond better to different macro breakdowns.
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    Don't eat mc donalds,they have trans fat in everything.BK,sonic,jack in the box,whataburger,wendy's,weiner snitzel,taco bell,taco bueno,kfc.......anything but mc donalds.Obviously don't eat fast food all the time,but every now and then sounds like it would be fine for you.
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    Come on ninja, you can do it! Carb up in the AM and post workout, protien all day, little fat here and there all day, evoo before bed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    Big mac Counter:3
    Muscle Mass Gained : ...

    Bro you can easily put the calories from that big mac into your diet with quality whole foods.
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    The big macs have trans fat.That $h!t is unhealthy.....on the indside.I eat fast food somewhat consistintly,but never mc donalds.
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    How bout the McChickens? lol

    I figure it's just bread, lettuce, chicken, and mayo.

    Is that one really all that unhealthy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iDShaDoW View Post
    How bout the McChickens? lol

    I figure it's just bread, lettuce, chicken, and mayo.

    Is that one really all that unhealthy?
    Yes!Usually trans fat is found in deep fried foods cause it's in the oil.Mc donalds has it in everything.Even burgers and mcmuffins.Just check the wrapper or go online.Research trans fat too if you don't know exactly what it is.Tostinos pizza and other frozen foods have it too.I'm guessing thats where the trans fat comes from at mcdonalds,is the frozen meat.KFC used to have it,but they removed it,and you can't tell the difference.Some states have outlawed trans fat,i think NY,but not positive.So that Mc Donalds doesn't have it,or it goes into affect 2011 or something,to give them time to get the taste right(as you can see,i'm not for sure).KFC did it just fine though.They were also being sued for not telling it was in their though.Thats also a law all around that trans fat has to be listed.(this should give you an idea of how bad it is)
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    I see. I think my co-worker had mentioned that Maryland has banned trans fats cause I had made some comment about the Big Mac I was eating not tasting all that good.

    Not sure if Virginia has that law but I mainly eat McDonald's when I'm at work.

    Gonna have to look into that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    Mac Counter:4
    Ok 4 in a week is way overdoing it. I'd say 1 a week tops post workout if you're really desperate to put on dirty weight. Other than that go to whataburger and get a huge box of crappy carbs, still tons better than 4 big macs in a week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goslamacamel View Post
    Ok 4 in a week is way overdoing it. I'd say 1 a week tops post workout if you're really desperate to put on dirty weight. Other than that go to whataburger and get a huge box of crappy carbs, still tons better than 4 big macs in a week.
    Fast food fries are 10x worse than any burger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post
    Fast food fries are 10x worse than any burger.
    I think the heart might disagree what with the possibility of trans fat and way too much saturated fat in a big mac.

    Maybe the fat cells would agree because there are fewer carbs in the burger, and maybe the muscle cells would agree because there's protein in the burger.

    But for overall health purposes and logistics of bulking that dirtily, I'd say stick with crappy carbs over big macs. You can at least save your heart while gaining fat.
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    In one Big Mack theres 29 grams of fat 10 of which is saturated 14.1 of which is monounsaturated. A Large fry has 30 grams of total fat with 6 saturated and no monounsaturated. From the carbohydate insulin spike alone I would rather the Big mack (for both muscle and overall heart health.) Saturated fat isn't a horrible thing for the body. However trans fat is.

    Big Mac has 1.5 grams of trans fat where as a large fry has 8 grams of trans fat.

    I'm taking the Big Mac, actually I'm taking either but if I have to I'm taking the burger and dropping the fry. I'm also not having a Big Mac I'm getting a triple stacker from BK with no sauce lol.
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    bro instead of eating more big macs listen to these guys they know what they are talking about, try going 1 1/2 grams of protein per lb add an extra meal throughout the day that isnt fast food. eat like 2 ppl its working for me from 140 to 146 in a week and a half almost 2 weeks... no fast food.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post
    In one Big Mack theres 29 grams of fat 10 of which is saturated 14.1 of which is monounsaturated. A Large fry has 30 grams of total fat with 6 saturated and no monounsaturated. From the carbohydate insulin spike alone I would rather the Big mack (for both muscle and overall heart health.) Saturated fat isn't a horrible thing for the body. However trans fat is.

    Big Mac has 1.5 grams of trans fat where as a large fry has 8 grams of trans fat.

    I'm taking the Big Mac, actually I'm taking either but if I have to I'm taking the burger and dropping the fry. I'm also not having a Big Mac I'm getting a triple stacker from BK with no sauce lol.
    Oh wow I'm completely wrong, lol. I had no idea fries had any trans fat in them, much less 8 effing grams. I didn't know fries were that bad. I don't know what the hell they do to a potato to get it like that but they should stop.

    I agree with the saturated fat comment, I actually eat tons of the stuff to help increase cholesterol. But I'll start to reduce my saturated fat intake into my 20's to take strain off my heart and avoid blood pressure problems.
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    Yea dude fast food frys are absurdly processed and shouldn't even be considered food. If I'm really feeling a fast food cheat and I want a "side" I'll get a Macdonald's chicken nuggets. However this is so rare for me, talking like once every 2 years or something. A grilled chicken , cheese, bacon on a whole wheat wrap tastes insanely good and is actually relatively healthy if kept in moderation.
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    If you all are gonna eat fast food make sure it at least tastes good you needa hit up that In N out burger
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    Quote Originally Posted by bolt10 View Post
    If you all are gonna eat fast food make sure it at least tastes good you needa hit up that In N out burger
    I'm on the East coast, I hear In N out Burger is tasty though (and fresher ingredients.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by OCCFan023 View Post
    I'm on the East coast, I hear In N out Burger is tasty though (and fresher ingredients.)
    yea man im on the east coast too and miss being over in Cali getting to eat there alot. I can't wait to go over the summer..i know i will be eating there several times as i hardly eat fast food but that is one place i do enjoy.
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    I do love me some Whattaburger, I'm not gonna lie.
    The double, with cheese, or that bar-b-cue cheddar burger they are running right now is mighty tasty.

    I started this thread, mainly for s and g's. Yes, I have had 4 big macs the past week, but it's not a permanent thing.

    I'm actually going back to what got me this size in the first place:

    My Super shake:
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    milk (from cows...MOO!!!)
    peanut butter (natty or not...who cares)
    sometimes: instant oats, fresh fruit, and/or jam(depends on whats handy.)

    Fill 1 blender
    Blend the mixture
    Drink throughout the day
    Repeat often
    Last edited by Gtarzan81; 03-16-2008 at 04:52 PM. Reason: yo quiero mami chulas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    I do love me some Whattaburger, I'm not gonna lie.
    The double, with cheese, or that bar-b-cue cheddar burger they are running right now is mighty tasty.

    I started this thread, mainly for s and g's. Yes, I have had 4 big macs the past week, but it's not a permanent thing.

    I'm actually going back to what got me this size in the first place:

    My Super shake:
    protein powder (mainly from O.N.)
    milk (from cows...MOO!!!)
    peanut butter (natty or not...who cares)
    sometimes: instant oats, fresh fruit, and/or jam(depends on whats handy.)

    Fill 1 blender
    Blend the mixture
    Drink throughout the day
    Repeat often

    You should also eat solid food, but not Big Macs.
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    ummm, this is in addition to normal food. Thats not my entire diet. I love real food too much. If I was an endo, I'd be as big as a house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    ummm, this is in addition to normal food. Thats not my entire diet. I love real food too much. If I was an endo, I'd be as big as a house.
    Should add an egg or two to your super shake
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    How long have u been bulking? are you bulking clean?

    have you calculated your calories, broken down your macros?

    You gotta plan these things ahead of time, set short-term goals. Don't expect the weight to come flying on. Infact, (if your natural) its probably better that the weight is not coming flying on.

    Figure the amount of calories you need in order to maintain your current weight. Add 250 to 500 calories on top of that. Take your weight first thing in the morning. come back in two weeks, and weigh your self again first thing in the morning? Have your your numbers gone up?? If so continue to bulk with this amount of calories, If not, add another 250 to 500 calories. Repeat this process every 2 weeks.

    Remember to be consistent with your diet. Realize that SOLID quality gains of lean mass come slow ( if your natural). I think too many people, worry about putting one weight fast, cause they wanna see results fast. But all they end up putting on is uncessary fat that could have been avoided.

    * You can't force muscle by eatting huge amounts of calories *

    It's a long slow process
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    Not all fries or fast food places have trans fat.If they do,it is required by law to be listed.So if you don't see it on the menu or wrapper,they don't have it.KFC was being sued for this.
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    Eat everything! I can't believe your Big mac counter is only up to 4. I hope it was in one sitting
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post

    My Super shake:
    protein powder (mainly from O.N.)
    milk (from cows...MOO!!!)
    peanut butter (natty or not...who cares)
    sometimes: instant oats, fresh fruit, and/or jam(depends on whats handy.)

    Fill 1 blender
    Blend the mixture
    Drink throughout the day
    Repeat often

    Lately i've been finding that nuts (soya nuts mostly) and a lot of dried fruits are pretty good in a shake. Didn't think the soya nuts would be nice as i don't like the taste that much by themselves.

    But i chucked them in my shake earlier and it was awesome! full of protein aswell Yum yum! can't wait for breakfast!

    I want a blendtec! There like 400 though!
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    get a tub of real gains by unerversial nutrition and drink that sh** between healthy meals that worked for me and alot of people i know.just dont over do the real gains i seen alot of people get fat off that stuff
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    GT you fool!

    Whats your stats broski, mashed will lend a hand. When i get back from DC, we are going to chill right?!

    However, if i catch you eating big macs again, im going to post your picture at every mc d's from Downtown Dallas to FortWorth, with the words

    "Do not feed this animal"



    (gt on a good day)

    I mean broski, whats your daily calories, whats your meal plan, whats your pant size*!!!



    *not necessary information.


    To be honest im not doing so good, just ate some ribs and fries from room service. Not bad actually.
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    double post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MashedPotato View Post
    GT you fool!

    Whats your stats broski, mashed will lend a hand. When i get back from DC, we are going to chill right?!

    However, if i catch you eating big macs again, im going to post your picture at every mc d's from Downtown Dallas to FortWorth, with the words

    "Do not feed this animal"



    (gt on a good day)

    I mean broski, whats your daily calories, whats your meal plan, whats your pant size*!!!



    *not necessary information.


    To be honest im not doing so good, just ate some ribs and fries from room service. Not bad actually.
    Daily Calories: No idea. I try to eat every 4 hours or so, a shake, a bar, or a meal.
    Meal plan:i dont have a set one. I aim for getting my bodyweight in protein cals every day, and that all I keep track of really.
    Pant size; like 32x30

    A little back story;I weighed about 140 or so untill my junior year of college. I started working out more, and killing those shakes I described and went up to about 155 or so. Got stuck there for a while, wasnt working out hardly at all. Started back up with the lifting more and the shakes and went to about 165.
    Started lifting again in December, after a shoulder injury, and the new job. I'm probably in the best shape I've ever been, BUT It's no where near where I'd like to be. One of my set goals this year is to hit 200 on the scale.

    Bottom line:I wanna gain mass. I'm not worried about fat, cause unless I try hard, I dont put any on.

    Edit: Mashed, hit we up when you get back. Sorry you missed St. Patty's day here. All I'm saying is I love cougars.
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    I really feel like the only way you are going to gain those 35 lbs is to really set up a diet plan you can follow. Also at the longest try to eat every 3 hours to keep a constant flow of nutrients circulating in your body. From the sounds of it you are a hardgainer? If so everything mentioned above is doubly important.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtarzan81 View Post
    Daily Calories: No idea. I try to eat every 4 hours or so, a shake, a bar, or a meal.
    Meal plan:i dont have a set one. I aim for getting my bodyweight in protein cals every day, and that all I keep track of really.
    Pant size; like 32x30

    A little back story;I weighed about 140 or so untill my junior year of college. I started working out more, and killing those shakes I described and went up to about 155 or so. Got stuck there for a while, wasnt working out hardly at all. Started back up with the lifting more and the shakes and went to about 165.
    Started lifting again in December, after a shoulder injury, and the new job. I'm probably in the best shape I've ever been, BUT It's no where near where I'd like to be. One of my set goals this year is to hit 200 on the scale.

    Bottom line:I wanna gain mass. I'm not worried about fat, cause unless I try hard, I dont put any on.

    Edit: Mashed, hit we up when you get back. Sorry you missed St. Patty's day here. All I'm saying is I love cougars.
    Ok GT, ill pm you a diet plan later today. Mine worked out great for me, and i have an idea or two for you.

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    I tried the fast food diet for bulking. Once a day I went out to taco bell, mcdonalds, and burger king. I did put on 20 lbs but only half of those where muscle. Probably not the best bulking option imo. I'm definately paying for it now that I'm cutting.
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    Pffft! Eat now diet later.
  

  
 

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