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    I have been using con-cret creatine. Saw gains but looking for stronger substance to give muscle mass. Please help with advice!

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    If you're looking for another creatine type/ergogenic, then look into Green Magnitude. If you're looking for another supplement type in general for building mass, look into PES Anabeta.


    Building muscle will directly come from your calorie intake. How old are you? How much are you eating each day?
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    Food builds muscle. And creatine is creatine. I would just buy bulk creatine mono and save money.
    Don't over think it.
    If it is time to move into some natural test boosters, MAN Sports PR-XT is the way to go. You will love it. Stack it with Nolvadren XT for an explosive experience.
    But first you need to EAT.
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    Yea, there's such a variety of products out there that we'd definitely need some more information before throwing out recs. Age, weight, bf %, style of training etc. Give some more details and we'll help ya out!
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    17 yrs old. 6 foot 1 weigh about 155. Food isnt a problem. Put in about 9500 calories a day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    17 yrs old. 6 foot 1 weigh about 155. Food isnt a problem. Put in about 9500 calories a day.
    At 17, the only aid you need at MOST would be creatine and protein powder. Don't bother lookin at test boosters at your age. You won't benefit from them. Disregard just my Anabeta recommendation, seeing as you are only 17.

    Michael Phelps eats 9,500 calories a day. You don't. If you honestly think you do, then write out what you eat in one day for us. I would be thoroughly impressed. I bet you're a couple thousand under your estimation.

    What about your training?
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    7:00 two egg whites. Russian bear protein shake. Granola bar oatmeal. 10:00 pb and j 12:00 pasta salad. 2 grilled chickens. Handful of carrots. 3 cookies. Protein shake. 3:00 preworkout then workout then protein shake after. Then dinner: steak or chicken. Pasta. Mashed potatoes or vegetable. Before bed : 2 pb n js protein shake.
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    carefully now.. add it all up. what does it come to?
    I mean count it all too serving sizes and such.
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    I did and came out approximately 9300 and even if you guys want to deceive me. Lets just say i take in 6500 calories. Use that to give me advice then.
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    How many scoops of Russian Bear?
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    That's 3200-3500ish without the Russian Bear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    17 yrs old. 6 foot 1 weigh about 155. Food isnt a problem. Put in about 9500 calories a day.
    You should at least be putting on some kind of weight with that intake..... somethings not adding up here....
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    ... somethings not adding up here....
    Yeah his calories lol

    You're right though. Even at 155 and eating what he eats, there should be plenty of weight gain.
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    One scoop of bear in each shake.
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    Regardless, I wouldn't take anything more than protein and creatine. Try you hardest to stick with whole foods.

    What do you do for training?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    7:00 two egg whites. Russian bear protein shake. Granola bar oatmeal. 10:00 pb and j 12:00 pasta salad. 2 grilled chickens. Handful of carrots. 3 cookies. Protein shake. 3:00 preworkout then workout then protein shake after. Then dinner: steak or chicken. Pasta. Mashed potatoes or vegetable. Before bed : 2 pb n js protein shake.
    There is no way possible that is anywere close to 9000 kcal.
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    I do upper body every other day and legs and abs on other days
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    I do upper body every other day and legs and abs on other days
    So 7 days a week? Do you play sports?
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    Quarterback for football and baseball. Bulking season right now
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    You grow when you are resting, not when training. Take rest days
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    Quarterback for football and baseball. Bulking season right now
    Please look at this and contemplate using this as your training regime. This is by a guy that trains athletes.

    http://www.defrancostraining.com/art...rds-part3.html

    Also look at Jim Wendler's 5/3/1 for Football
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    Quote Originally Posted by ethan_wilde View Post
    Quarterback for football and baseball. Bulking season right now
    You're a baseball quarterback? First I've heard of that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by iparatroop View Post
    You're a baseball quarterback? First I've heard of that.
    lol

    I didn't notice that. Awsome
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    Definitely good advice in here, thanks for getting us your stats! As others have said, eat alot, work hard, and you'll be the best baseball quarterback your cities ever seen.
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    You know what, I think this guy is getting mixed up and is misreading kilojoules as kcal!! 6500, what a joke!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicksox15 View Post
    Definitely good advice in here, thanks for getting us your stats! As others have said, eat alot, work hard, and you'll be the best baseball quarterback your cities ever seen.
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