Every day I see and talk to kids who claim that they are hardgainers and cannot gain weight no matter how much they eat. I always see guys resort to taking AAS because gaining weight is too difficult, and I was one of them.
I have a very difficult work schedule and Im lucky to get a 20 minute break from 9am-9pm, so getting time to eat 6 meals a day is beyond possible for me. I am very, very lean and I can honestly say I don't think I have ever gained a pound "naturally" in my life from dieting or working out. And I am going to change that and prove to all the hardgainers out there that they need to shutup and stop b/s'ing themselves that they cannot gain weight.
3 Weight Gainer Shakes a Day
- 3300 Calories
- 200g Protein
- 220g Carbs
3 Full Meals a Day (Morning, Afternoon, Evening)
- I will not track the calories on these.
Other supplements: TestoPro, Jack3d, Creatine Monohydrate
My Lifting History:
I've always been very lean and I've been working out for 3-4 years. When I moved to Texas at 18, I was 6'6" 170 lbs and very insecure about my body. I experimented with PH's and by 19, 20 I clocked in at 6'7" 210 lbs with very minimal body fat (less than 8 for sure). I stopped cycling and signed a pro hockey contract and I now today weigh in at 6'7" 188 lbs. I am unsure of my body fat because every machine I've stepped on has said Im 3%, which is obviously wrong.
STARTING WEIGHT: 188 lbs
I will be lifting heavy and 5x a week with lots of deadlifts, hang cleans and squats included. I play hockey several times a week, which is more cardio than I'd like and will most likely make this more difficult.
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