Low DHEA, Hard Gainer

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by Elit3
    I can't train too hard because I pay the price. I can't sleep at all on workout days especially if I go too hard. And if I can't sleep well it's not worth putting in the time. I do want to train more, but I guess I am not healthy enough.

    Any ideas?
    Yeah, I have an idea. I'm going to say this is the nicest way I can think of, please do not take offense:

    Man the fck up.

    After reading this thread all I see are excuses.

    You can't sleep? If you train hard enough, your body WILL tell you when it wants to sleep.

    Pay the price? Most of us pay the price every f'ing day.

    Not healthy enough? Train more, and better.

    If you want it bad enough, you can get it.

    If this s.hit were easy, everybody would be an Adonis

    <---not trying to be a d.ick, although it may seem that way..,


  2. So you read a couple of post and conclude that I am not not being man enough?

    I have an idea. Go f.uck yourself douche bag. I hope the next time you're bench pressing you drop the bar of your meathead you ignorant c.unt.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by Elit3
    So you read a couple of post and conclude that I am not not being man enough?

    I have an idea. Go f.uck yourself douche bag. I hope the next time you're bench pressing you drop the bar of your meathead you ignorant c.unt.
    Clever

    Did you feel this way before or after you edited this post?

    What I'm trying to say is that you need to put the work in. Can you honestly say you've done that? Show me someone who says they are a 'hardgainer' and I'll show you someone who doesn't eat enough, or train hard enough. I understand you may have some stomach issues but you know what? So do I, I have ulcerative colitis and am in the hospital ~twice a year for 7-10 days. My freaking stomach is so bad that the doc says I'm going to have to have part of my intestines removed, yeah, REMOVED in the next 10 yrs or so

    But you know what? I find out what I can tolerate eating, eat a s.hit ton of it and get my ass back in the gym.

    You CAN do it if you want to, you just have to want it bad enough

    So yeah, man up

    Good luck

  4. Only edited it so that you can read the c.unt part instead of ****. Unfortunately it's not as easy as "man up." The reason that my health is the way that it is, is because of the "man up" attitude towards things. I don't do that anymore.

    I come here to talk with people and get ideas, and maybe share some knowledge if I have it. I don't need some "tough guy" telling me to "man up" especially when they have no clue what other variables are in play in my life or what I've been through.

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Elit3
    Only edited it so that you can read the c.unt part instead of ****. Unfortunately it's not as easy as "man up." The reason that my health is the way that it is, is because of the "man up" attitude towards things. I don't do that anymore.

    I come here to talk with people and get ideas, and maybe share some knowledge if I have it. I don't need some "tough guy" telling me to "man up" especially when they have no clue what other variables are in play in my life or what I've been through.
    No, your original post said 'i know what you mean' I'm sure someone else saw it as well

    Whatever dude,

    Take control of life, don't let it control you

    Good luck...
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  6. NO. That was directed to the Matrix's post. I'll post it again if it makes you feel better.

    And I am taking control of my life. Good riddance.

  7. I know what you mean.

  8. Quote Originally Posted by The Matrix View Post
    We create our own stress rather then just take a deep breath and relax. I had a girl who was so obessed with competiting and losing weight, no matter what I did was diet and cardio worked. I finally pulled her aside and told her to take a good look from outside looking in to see if it was worth it. Her relationship ,work, social life was all suffering which was now effecting her significant other. Once she pulled her self back and saw this her weight dropped and she is doing much better. She has put competing off for a while to work on her self and her relationship plain old having fun. Do not make it a second job.
    I know what you mean.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Elit3 View Post
    I have some whey isolate on the way! Honestly I miss protein shakes, especially post workout even though I seem to recover well on a paleo diet. Like you said, I don't think that whey will be a problem either and may even help the GI tract. A small prtion of fruit a day has been good with me in the past as well, this with the paleo diet.

    I already use coconut oil and got the meats covered. I started eating eggs again this week and I feel fine so far. Cream seems to be a problem for me though and cheese not so much, but I'm not sure about it especially if it has casein. I love tuna, but I'm worried about mercury, as some tuna is supposed to have some of the highest levels of it in food.

    Thanks for pointing things out. If I can lose some of the paranoia, maybe I can put on some pounds.
    With the cheese try aged cheese it has less lactose and should be less of a problem. Another thing is to not mix fruit with protein. It creates gas in most ppl. If you can handle eggs that's good eat up as many as you want. Coconut oil is great, add some nuts like walnuts, almonds. Yea tuna has mercury so limit it to 2-3 servings a week and try some salmon in between. Also add some organic mayo to your diet with chicken salad or egg salad. All these calories will add up.
    Pure whey isolate will delp you like I said in nother past it's easy to digest even being lactose inntolerant.

    Did you try heavy cream or half and half?

  10. Good stuff man. I'll incorporate some of these things soon. Was thinking salmon too.

    I tried heavy cream a while back and got some lactose from it. Same with half and half is the same. Thanks.
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