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    here's the deal. i'm about 6'4 and around 175lbs. PRETTY SKINNY HUH??? well about 4 months ago i joined a local gym and weighed in at around 160 or so, so i've gained a little weight. the problem now is that i've hit a stopping point in my training. i'm at a stand still with gaining weight, and i havent gone up that much in strength for about 2 weeks. i workout 4 days a week and do mostly arms and chest workouts. I just started using a stack from usplabs, Anabolic pump, Prime, and PowerFULL. Hopefully this stack will help me with my weight problems. I'm not trying to get absolutely HUGE but i would like to be a solid 210lbs. I know it's not going to happen over night but maybe i'm just not doing something right. I eat plenty throughout the day, but maybe not eating the right stuff for weight gaining. i know 210lbs is far off from the 175lbs i am now, but i would like to see that weight. Think it's possible??? any info and help would be greatly appreciated as this is the first time in my life that i have actually lifted weights. thanks a lot and i love the site so far.

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    Arm and chest workouts? Legs?

    need to deadlift and Squat....
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    Quote Originally Posted by neil0215 View Post
    i workout 4 days a week and do mostly arms and chest workouts.

    I just started using a stack from usplabs, Anabolic pump, Prime, and PowerFULL. Hopefully this stack will help me with my weight problems.

    I eat plenty throughout the day, but maybe not eating the right stuff for weight gaining. i know 210lbs is far off from the 175lbs i am now, but i would like to see that weight. Think it's possible???
    I would do 4 days a week: chest/triceps. back/biceps. shoulders/traps. legs/abs. Compound movements till you puke.

    That stack wont hurt, before you buy your next supplements ask the forum, you'll get some great recomendations.

    Plenty must not be enough since your not gaining weight. Its very possible to meet whatever weight you want too, you'll just need to eat more, alot more.

    If you have any specific Q's ask away.
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    You'll encounter serious posture and joint problems if you dont balance out your training. Lift whole body or you'll look like a jack @ss once you start getting bigger.
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    hit legs and back also man dont neglect those muscle groups
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    Usually a change in routine will help get past a platue
    True story:

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    This shouldn't be in the pro section, should be in the bulking forum.
    Oh well.

    You're currently at where I started - 6'4" 175-180lb. You'll make progress when you get your training and diet in order. Figure out how much you're eating a day, calorically, and increase it by 200-500, or until you start gaining again.

    Also, as everyone has said, a routine that does not work all body-parts will result in an asymetrical physique and possibly health problems.

    Also, there is lot's of cross-over between muscle groups for most of the compound movements, so gaining strength everywhere is essential to gaining strength in whatever muscle group you would like to target. I.e. standing BB curls requires ab, lower-back, shoulder and glute strength to stabilize yourself and keep you from cheating on your form. Squats require back, ab, shoulder, forearm, neck and pretty much full-body activation. Bent Rows require quads, hamstring, glute, ab and shoulder activation. So, if you want your curls to increase in weight beyond a certain, you have to increase the strength of the other muscles used as well.
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    15lbs naturally over 4 months isn't bad at all. But you def. still have more room to grow naturally....

    Expand your workout routine with the above advice, and check out suncloud's link. Good stuff.

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    great info. thanks a lot. and to answer the questions about legs, i always make sure to do them at least twice a week, same with squats. they just really bore me so i dont really like to talk about them. stupid right?! but i'll make sure i try everything everybody listed above. thanks again
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    Quote Originally Posted by neil0215 View Post
    great info. thanks a lot. and to answer the questions about legs, i always make sure to do them at least twice a week, same with squats. they just really bore me so i dont really like to talk about them. stupid right?! but i'll make sure i try everything everybody listed above. thanks again
    Good luck with that. Just remember when you hit a plateau, evaluate your training and diet first before picking up supplements which might blind you to the original problem. USP Labs has some good products don't get me wrong, just remember to focus on your training.
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    Those supplements will greatly aid in anybody's improvement, but may I make a suggestion? I feel you should capitalize on your opportunity here: Take your body to the precipice of unaided training, in order to gain body self-awareness, before you begin supplementation. Gaining a greater mind-to-muscle connection and knowledge of which training programs work in which way will exponentially improve your response to supplements in the future - that is, let us say you are 50% knowledgeable now thereby, only garnering 50% of the possible potential of your supplements; on the other hand, let us assume that you are 80% knowledgeable; your supplements then produce 90% of their possible results!

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    Quote Originally Posted by datBtrue View Post
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    Don't be silly bro. I think the OP is Tony Freeman....that must be why he posted in the Pro Bodybuilding section.

    Way to go Tony!
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    Eat like a horse
    Train like an animal
    Sleep like a baby



    You need the three king exercises if your going to build and quality mass.

    Squat
    Uses over 70% of major muscle groups in the body boosts overall test like crazy meaning more growth.

    Deadlift(As important as the squat)

    Bench Press(aka Squat of the upper body)

    Supplements are the icing on the cake but not the cake itself remember that.

    I personally would go for a 5 day split:

    Monday
    - BACK
    Tuesday - SHOULDERS + TRAPS
    Wednesday - QUADS + HAMS + CALVES
    Thursday - CHEST
    Friday - BICEPS + TRICEPS + FOREARMS
    Saturday - OFF
    Sunday - OFF

    Monday - Add Deadlift

    Wednesday - Add Squat

    Thursday - Add Bench Press

    Tell me if you want me to make you a sample routine.

    Hope this helps
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    LEGS LEGS LEGS you need to work your legs. if you don't you will end up looking like one of those goofy mother fukrs with a bigass upper body and bird legs. your back is also very important having a strong and wide back makes your shoulders look wider and makes you look all around bigger. if you want the V work your back.
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    if youre not training your back and shoulders youre really missing out
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    Like everyone is mentioning you have to work all of your body. And diet is a big part of it. Have you looked into adding supper sets, drop sets or cheater sets to your workout?
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    Your gonna have 2 eat a lot bro. These guys are right. I try 2 get 20 calories x my bodyweight a day.
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    eat. eat. train. eat. eat. train.eat. eat. sleep. repeat.
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    You need to start eating like a 210 pounder bubba. You are looking at about 4000 cals e/d with about 250-300 grams of that being from protein. Figure out what that takes and put it into 6 meals. The only thing preventing you from getting there is your lack of knowledge. You found this website....now read and learn!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by neil0215 View Post
    here's the deal. i'm about 6'4 and around 175lbs. PRETTY SKINNY HUH??? well about 4 months ago i joined a local gym and weighed in at around 160 or so, so i've gained a little weight. the problem now is that i've hit a stopping point in my training. i'm at a stand still with gaining weight, and i havent gone up that much in strength for about 2 weeks. i workout 4 days a week and do mostly arms and chest workouts. I just started using a stack from usplabs, Anabolic pump, Prime, and PowerFULL. Hopefully this stack will help me with my weight problems. I'm not trying to get absolutely HUGE but i would like to be a solid 210lbs. I know it's not going to happen over night but maybe i'm just not doing something right. I eat plenty throughout the day, but maybe not eating the right stuff for weight gaining. i know 210lbs is far off from the 175lbs i am now, but i would like to see that weight. Think it's possible??? any info and help would be greatly appreciated as this is the first time in my life that i have actually lifted weights. thanks a lot and i love the site so far.
    You cannot just work mainly chest & arms! You should try Size Surge or something like that. Also, you need to eat every 2-3 hrs.
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    I just noticed this OP was back late last yr. Neil, you still on here? How's it goin?
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    lol just start training all muscles and you should see a major jump i know i did
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    eat eat eat, train hard.
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    Its been a couple years boys lol...
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