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Workout to build Mass?

I fight mostly bjj and want to start mma but i am REALLY underweight i am a conditioning freak but know nothing about strength training. Can someone please tell me the best way i can gain strength and size i have a 300 pound weight set no bench and a dip station and pull up bar any books or anything will help thanks.

Posted by C
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Ehhh you are having conflicting weightlifting goals. Strength training requires more 'reps' whereas building mass requires less reps and less time in the gym. You're going to have to pick!

If you are skinny and have a hard time gaining mass, here is what I recommend:

1) your goal is major calorie intake…way above 3000 calories per day BECAUSE we burn more calories than other body types which, if we can't keep it high, results in no mass gain.

2) more protien intake…most say that we need to take in close to 300g per day. That's hard to do. I'm pulling in about 200g per day.

For 1 and 2 above, I REALLY recommend GNC's MASS XXX protien drink. Gives you 64g of protien and 1200 calories per drink (plus BCAAs and other good stuff with very little sugar). I take two of these a day.

3) You need to eat at least 6 times per day. Even if it's a protien bar or the drink; but your drinks should be 1 in the morning and at least 1 at night (or after your workout).

4) do heavy lifting and workout INFREQUENTLY. It sounds contradictory, but you don't build muscle in the gym…working out more often in the gym (for our body types) will lead to muscle loss not gain. So lift heavy (safely) and then leave. You should not be spending anymore than 50 to 60 min in there (I actually recommend SUPERSETTING). Do no cardio (or just 20 min per week if you need to) and limit your workouts to ONLY 3x per week…no more. (for instance I superset upper body 2x per week and lower body 1x per week).

4) Give yourself plenty of rest between workouts…normally 48 to 72 hours..this helps build muscle.

5) on your LOW days (non training) your calorie and protien intake will be lower than your HIGH days (training) but still should be HIGH. You gotta be constantly doing this…intake intake intake.

Remember, results do take time…good luck and keep focused and dedicated to results! Remember to ALWAYS keep good form!

Check out (etc) for good books on this subject as well.

Is this a good muscle building workout?

5 min. Jump rope to warm up.

5 pull-ups(most I can do lol,gotta do something about that)
rest(10 secs)
3 pull-ups
rest(10 secs)
1 pull-up
rest(10 secs)
8 australian pull-ups
rest(10 secs)
5 australian pull-ups
rest(10 secs)
3 australian pull ups-
rest(10 secs)
3 chin ups
rest(10 secs)
1 chin up(no rest)
10 crunches with legs in air
10 left side crunch
10 right side crunch
10 leg raises
10 sit-ups
10 right crossover crunch
10 left crossover crunch
10 leg tucks
10 90 degree ankle touches
10 left crossover twist
10 right crossover twist
10 scissors
20 squats
30 jumping squats
repeat the sequence for a total 100 squats
rest(20 secs)
100 Charlie Presses
10 push ups
rest(10 secs)
10 push ups with arm facing outward
rest(10 secs)
10 push ups with arms spread
rest(10 secs)
10 diving push ups
rest(10 secs)
5 diamond push ups
15 dumbbell lifts
rest(30 secs)
15 reverse dumbbell lifts
rest(30 secs)
15 triceps extensions

Stretch to cool down…

My goal is to get stronger. I don't care much about getting ripped or anything, I just want to get stronger. Besides ,I will eventually get ripped if this works anyway.
I eat protein foods and stuff so no worries there, all I need is a good workout.

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Is this one workout? Thats beast! But it works alot of different muscle groups all at once.
If you want to get stronger for your size thats the way to go. If you want to get lifing strong do less body weight exercises and do more weights. And focus on 1 muscle group at a time. Do a day of biceps a day of triceps etc good luck.

Looking for a good shoulder workout. Size building?


Posted by Blax
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The best overall size builders for the shoulders are military presses and bench press. Military press hits all three deltoid heads, among other things. They are compound movements that utilize multiple joint movement and muscle groups.

You can also supplement these kinds of presses by doing isolation movements such as lateral raises (side and front) and reverse flies.

I typically include shoulder workouts on chest/tricep days since the military press largely utilizes triceps in the movement, so I do not overtrain the triceps.

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Massive Muscle Building Supplements

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Best supplement to use?

I'm currently doing an intense 90 day work out program which consists of cardio workouts and body sculpting workouts. I am also running 3 miles every day and am soon going to incorporate plyometric training. I play basketball every weekend. I was thinkin about starting to take protein shakes but was just wondering if there would be a better supplement to take? I don't want to be massive, just lean with some muscle. Any advice? Thanks.

Posted by BigKingNasty
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If you want to build muscle mass then take wheybolic extreme 60. After taking that for a couple weeks, switch to creative to build lean muscle and tone and add definition to your muscles.

What is the best supplement to gain muscle?

16 yr old rugby player and wanting to know what the best supplement is to drink/swallow (eg. Capsules) to gain muscle?? Is they a difference between them all and are you paying for the brand ect.. ??? <3.

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For just building muscle I'd have to go with this product.


There's a reason why it's the #1 best selling protein supplement on that site. (it's a very big site)

Yes there's a difference between each product, and a massive difference between each kind of supplement (types of supplements such as protein, glutamine, creatine, there's tons of different types of supplements which do different things). You can read up on what they do on this page


You can buy a lot or maybe almost all supplements cheaper from that site I included above compared to many stores.

What supplements are out there that will build massive muscle gains and mass?

Posted by tango3zulu
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Ask Ben Johnston and he will point you in the right direction. But you still have to do plenty of work. DRugs don't put muscle on skinny bodies, hard work does.

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How many times should I workout per week to build lean massive muscles?

Posted by Gone
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I do 3 times each week. Its good to only do it 3 times a week and try to do it like for example, workout on monday, then wednesday, then friday/. After a intense workout, your muscles need to heal back to normal. And also try not to do the same workout again and again or your muscles will get use to it and muscles will not develope.

Will you ever build muscle without proteins?

I workout for 30 mins every other night. I never eat any protein bars or drink any protein shakes. Will my arms ever be any bigger? I am too poor to afford the shakes/bars. I only workout with my barbell, dumbbell, pushups. Any suggestions to build muscle? Once again… I am pretty poor.
So can i achieve the same results as a person who does take in the proper amounts of proteins? I just want big arms.

Posted by UCRiverside
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Hi folk
in my opinion you can increase the time by another 15 mins.your arms,being bigger!!.yes its possible though hereditary plays a role at the speed at which one can build a,db and push-ups are what really needed to develop a big,beautiful,fault-less muscles rather than those machines,in my opinion.they give you the free-movement liberty.
First off – your quest for massive muscles can be broken down to two parts: training and nutrition. Now some people may put more emphasis on diet over training or vice versa – but to me this makes no sense, as it infers that if you were to have a good diet and do no training then you would be able to build muscle. Conversely if you were to train your self off in the gym and eat sparingly then you would most probably lose weight, let alone build any muscle. Therefore my personal view on this, is that training and nutrition both play a 50/50 role in your quest for ultimate physique development. Thus you will need to pay equal attention to both training and eating.
You cant be without protein.your food will give atleast an ample of protein in u r diet.AND IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO BUILD MUSCLES WITHOUT PROTEIN.
Dont worry about you cant afford those shakes/ may be poor but u r rich in u r health attitude!
A guideline in deciding how much protein to eat is using the age old value of 1.5 grams of protein per pound of bodyweight. This equates to 300 grams of protein for a 200lbs bodybuilder. Again this is only a guide, it is best to experiment with this figure to see what works best for you. As for protein sources – there are two classes of protein: first class proteins and second class proteins. What this means is this: in human nutrition there are 22 amino acids, 8 of which are essential. The other 14 are non-essential. A first class protein contains all of these essential amino acids, a second class protein does not. What I mean by essential and non-essential, is that if your body is for some reason short on a non-essential amino – this amino can be manufactured in the body from a combination of other amino acids. However if your body is short on an essential amino acid, it cannot manufacture it from the ones that are available. Therefore it is important to eat a first class protein every meal. Good protein sources to use would be: Chicken, Turkey, Steak, Fish, Eggs etc. The more proteins you combine in a meal the greater the amino acid profile you get, and hence the greater the muscle building effects of the meal.
Meat, cow's milk and eggs are good sources of protein.
Have a lot of rest and lift heavy weights and less reps and IMPORTANTLY,SLOWER MOVEMENTS.i hope i helped.have a great bi"s.

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How to Gain Massive Weight

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Anyone else gained massive amount of weight?

I am currently 22 weeks prego and I gained about 42lbs so far and I am freaking out! I have gained most of the weight the last 5 weeks and I am scared with 18 weeks to go I will gain more than double of that!!!

I spent the last 2-3 years loosing 80lbs and now when I am pregnant I am gaining it all back :(. I eat the same as I did before I got pregnant, maybe just a little more because I am more hungry often.

ANYONE ELSE GAINED MASSIVE WEIGHT and what week are you in?
O I am 6'0 and starting weight is 210lbs which is overweight but noone could have guessed it because I looked normal size.

Posted by Madelene
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I'm 4'11". I weighed 97 pounds prepregnancy and weighed 153 when I gave birth to my son. That's 56 pounds! I tried to eat right and exercise, but I just kept gaining. But both me and my baby were healthy so I didn't focus too much on the numbers. My son is now 12 weeks old and I'm at 118 now, no exercise either. I breastfed exclusively for 6 weeks.

Try not to focus so much on the weight issue. Sure, I gained way more than I was suppose to, but I was one happy pregnant lady =)

Gain weight???

I want to gain weight and muscles at the same time…

Posted by jeff26
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I'm lifting years since I was 18 years old, now I'm 34 years old and still going in the gym. I would recommend you to start with lifting weights, that's the best way to build muscles and gaining weight.

You must take care that to build muscle mass and gain weight it takes some time, some gain quickier mass and weight other need more time. It's all genetic and nature you can't influence it.

To develop the six pack abs you must add 3 times on every week with cardio exercises. It's better to do it after a workout, for 45 minutes on a stepper if possible. Do it 3 times and every time for 45 minutes, that would be enough. Eat more protein, fruit and vegatbles and avoid fatty meals only once on the weekend. You will see that if you follow these instructions and the workout downstairs you will see good results.

What has really worked on me it's this workout. Important it's too sleep well, eat healthy and take protein after workouts. The daily protein consumption is 2 gr/kg you can buy a protein supplement to your daily meals. Important it's to eat fish, meat, raw eggs, thunfish and to drink milk. Eat fruits and vegetables five times in the day if it's possible so you have all the vitamins you need. Take a protein shake after a workout with 25 – 30 gramm of Protein Powder, 2 bananas and 500 ml of low fat milk, put all in the mixer and drink it.

Solid meals included such items as baked and sweet potatoes, chicken, sashimi and steak. "I recommend steak once a day for regular guys and twice a day for hardgainers,". "It seems to provide the additional calories you need if you're having trouble gaining weight."

Most Massive FAQ: Staying strict on your diet week after week is tough, even for guys who make their living from bodybuilding. How do you approach cheating in your diet?

"I'm not a big junk-food eater, but I still schedule an entire day when I allow myself to cheat. Mostly, I use this day as a mental break so I can relax and not worry about when and what to eat, which typically takes a lot of time, planning and foresight. Giving myself the leeway to cheat and have foods I'm craving helps me stick to my diet the rest of the week, allowing me to focus on eating clean and fueling my body
replacing fast-acting carbs and fatty off-season fare with clean, whole foods such as chicken, lean steak, brown rice and lots of veggies. "I'm not a big fish eater, so I'll have an omega-3 oil capsule with each of my meals to make sure I'm getting my essential fatty acids,".

The result? Less bodyfat, improved conditioning and an additional 40 pounds. "Anyone can go to the gym and move weights around, but without the nutrition to back up that training, you'll never get bigger.

Most Massive FAQ: How much protein is enough, and is there such a thing as too much?

"Overeating any macronutrient–including protein–can contribute to fat gain and won't necessarily make you bigger in the right places. I get exactly 316 grams of protein a day, a bit more than 1 gram per pound of bodyweight off-season. I don't think you need more than that. In fact, carbs are just as important for gaining size because they provide the energy you need to train hard. I eat a slow-releasing carb like brown rice or oatmeal with every meal, with the exception of post-workout, when I have a drink of creatine, glutamine and 70 grams of dextrose that goes straight into my muscles to replenish glycogen and keep me from becoming catabolic."

It's naturally that you must do your workout regulary, and try always to increase your weights but not too much. It takes time to build naturally muscle mass and gaining weight, but if you train hard and eat well you will have good results. I'm sure that you will put on weight and have good muscles on your body, too.

That's my best advice I can give you.

Monday: Squats, Benching, Rows
Weds: Squats, Military Presses, Deadlifts, Chins
Friday: Squats, Benching, Rows

Courtesy of bill starr, the greatest strength coach who ever lived, popularized this in the 70's with his great book, The Strongest Shall Survive, which was aimed at strength training for football. I believe he had essentually two different programs which both are 5 sets of 5. The first, which is more suitable for beginners, is to simply do 5 sets of 5 with similar weight jumps between each set so that your last set is your top weight. When you get all 5 on the last set, bump all your weights up 5 or 10lbs. Example for squat… 185 for 5, 225 for 5, 275 for 5, 315 for 5, 365 for 5. If you get 365 for 5, move all weights up. This is especially good for someone who is just learning a particular exercise like the squat, because the amount of practice with light but increasing weights is a good way to practice form.

For more advanced lifters, he advocated a warmup, then 5 sets of 5 with a set weight. For example, the same athlete used in the other example may do 135 for 5, 185 for 5, 225 for 3, 275 for 2, 315 for 1, then 350 for 5 sets of 5. When successfull with all 25 reps at 350lbs, bump the weight up the next workout by 5 or 10lbs.

This is not outdated, and is a good program for gaining strength. Many elite athletes still use it during at least part of the year. I in fact do 5 sets of 5 on squatting for 4 weeks as part of an 8 or 10 week training cycle. Personally, i do it 3 times a week, but most people will probably make better progress doing it 2 times per week, or even doing version 1 once a week, and version 2 once a week.

In any event i described a system in a post a while back that goes something like this:
Monday use the heaviest weight you can for all 5 sets (same weight each set)—- in other words when you get all 5 sets of 5 reps up the weight (most workouts you will get 3 or 4 sets of 5- and maybe your last one will be for 3 or 4 reps)

Wednesday use 10-20% less weight- in other words if you used 200lbs on monday use 160-180lbs on wednesday- actual amount depending on your recovery

Friday work up to a max set of 5-

In other words lets say that your best ever set of 5 is 215lbs and you used 200lbs on monday for 5 sets and 170lbs on wednesday. On friday your workout might be like this 95 for 5 135 for 5 175 for 5 200 for 5 then attempt 220 for your last set of 5.

This tends to work better as a long term program than doing the same thing 3 times a week. On exercises where you only do them once a week like deadlift you can just do the 5 sets of 5 like i described. On monday on exercises that you are only doing twice (rows) you could do both exercises like the monday workout or lighten one of them depending on your recovery ability. Be conservative with the weight when you start- that is important.

Also i have used this program VERY often with athletes and it is result producing. However many of your gains will show up after you use it for 4-6 weeks and you switch to training a bit less frequently and lower the reps and volume. However this is one program i have had a LOT of success with. In fact i rarely if ever use it with athletes who are at the top of their weight class because it causes too much weight gain unless you severely restrict your food.

How do i recover without massive weight gain?!?

I've been dealing with anorexia almost 2 years now. I've stopped the swimming I was doing 8 times a week, but I exercise on my own now with walking/cardio etc. I've been eating about 800-1000 calories a day, in comparison with chewing and spitting my food or eating about 400 calories a day. How do I gain muscle weight and prevent fat gain?

Posted by newmie01
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Keep exercising and eating healthy. You NEED to gain weight…. You might think it makes you look fat, but it will probably just be a healthy weight that you will not be used to. When you look in the mirror, just remember that you ARE beautiful and you don't need to be stick thin. Everyone needs SOME fat on their bodies, you just need to figure out what is a HEALTHY weight for you, and first make it your goal to get there. Exercising and eating healthy should help you maintain a good balanced body and keep you from being fat.

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Is eating a lot of food can build muscle mass or can build a massive belly?

I work out 2 times a week (beginner actually). I'm eating 3 times a day then my friend suggested that I should eat more than 3 times if I'm planning to bulk up. Well, I'm kinda worrying about it because I might have a massive size belly if I'll do that. What ya think? Thanks for the incoming respond.

Posted by edierome
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Fat and carbohydrates can never become muscle. Only protein can become muscle so make sure you eat plenty of protein.

The body can only take in 20-22 grams of protein in one meal so if your meal contains 40 grams of protein your just wasting it.

To build muscle you need 5 or 6 meals a day, each containing 20-22 grams of protein.

It&#x27;s inevitable that as you gain muscle you&#x27;ll gain fight as it&#x27;s nigh on impossible to get the fat&#x2F;carbs intake just right so you get all the energy you need but no extra to stored as fat.

Build massive muscle?

What should i do to build massive muscle without supplements.

Posted by weflyhighsantana
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Start eating foods that are loaded with protein. Join a gym if you havent already and get started on a strength training program and stick to it. Consistency is the key. Train with high intensity and give each work out your all. Drinkin plenty of water throughout the day and make sure your getting enough sleep at night cause that is when your body actually builds muscle.

How to get massive muscle mass?

I'm 16, almost 17 and I weigh 160 im 5'10-5'11. I've been working out for 5months now and I havnt seen tooo much crazy wow results, although I have abs and I NEVER did in my life before, so I eat 4000-4500 calories a day of clean foods and about 150-190 grams of protein a day, I cant seem to get bigger… What should I do?? I work hard in the gym… Got any ideas that worked for you?

Posted by Stevie
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Your body builds muscle naturally in response to strenuous activity. But if you’re daily routine doesn't involve challenging your muscles to grow
•Cardiovascular exercises that combine training with strength and flexibility. They are powerful and engage the entire body at once.
•High intensity interval training forms of cardio for a maximum of 20 minutes.
In order for muscle repair itself after your weight-training sessions it needs a great quantity of protein. Some beginners don’t take enough protein and some more experienced guys take extreme amounts of protein powder or juice. Protein powder helps to increase your muscle. Eat those foods also increase your body weight.

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Gaining muscle weight?

K I have gained 15 pounds in the past 2 weeks, which is pretty good in my opinion. I am 18 years old, 5'11" and now I am at 150 pounds. I have always been really skinny (but fit) but I haven't really cared enough to do anything about it. As of lately I have started to pile up the calories and lift heavier weights and I have gained a lot of weight fast. I kind of plateaued at 150 pounds though and I don't know why. I am drinking MASS XXX Protein shakes every day that contains about 750 calories and I am taking Creatine every other day to help with my muscles. I have noticed an increase in strength and muscle size, but my weight still hasn't broken 150 pounds. My goal is to get to 170 by August, so I need some tips on what else I can do.
BTW I consume about 5000 calories a day.

Posted by Logi
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Ok, so you gained 15 lbs in two weeks? Yeah that is not all muscle. As a matter of fact, very little of it is muscle. The average man (175 5'9") can gain 1 lb of muscle in a week with hard work and proper diet.

You, my friend, have gained a massive amount of water weight and some fat. The creatine has helped you retain this water. If you just started working out 2 weeks ago, you didnt really gain strength, you already had it, but your muscles wernt use to working that way, now that they are use to it, you can lift to you current potential. As for the size increase, that is due to "pump" or the extra blood flowing to your muscles after your workout and you mind playing tricks on you. Gaining 35 lbs of muscles will take a 6 months to a year and a half. Stop eating 5000 cals a day unless you want to get fat. Lots of protein, hard work with the overload principle, and 8 hours sleep every night, you might gain the actual 15 to 20 lbs of muscle by aug. Sorry man, but those are the facts.

Gaining/toning muscle?

Hey, I'm a 16 year old skinny guy, and I recently decided that I'm going to try and gain some muscle and tone up, hopefully before summer.

So far, I do a variety of crunches and arm exercises, and change it every few days. I walk quite a bit, so legs aren't an issue. All in all, I do about 80-100 crunches a day and 50 pushups, along with other arm exercises. I'm guessing I won't get massive, which is not what I want. I will also be increasing sets and the like later as I get stronger.

My diet mainly consists of carbohydrates, meat and vegetables. I rarely eat any junk food and drink a lot of tea.

So, question time: How long should it be until I have some nice-ish arms, pecs and visible abs?

Posted by JHarbor96
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Do cardio workouts. Even if you work out and get gigantic ab muscles, if there is still a layer of fat over them no one will ever get to see them. Since you're skinny that won't be a problem and it will be see able. Cardio workouts are workouts that raise your heart rate for a given set of time. Some examples would be running, jogging, bike riding, dancing and rowing. Eat smaller quantities of food, but not tiny amounts, just averagely like a healthy amount. Do not eat junk food like candy and ice-cream, this will only make it slower until you get a six pack. Also lift weights this can really help enhance your muscles, especially your arm muscles. Do lots of sit ups and push ups to make you stronger and fitter to do the longer workouts. I hope this helps!

But seriously, if i didn't read this article on how to get a six pack fast, i would never have got it, make sure you check it out it will help you out alot:

How can i gain muscle?

Im 16 and my girlfriend is 14 im very concerned about her leaving me soon cuz im am very slim slimmer then my gf what can i do?

She says she loves me but she also metioned stuff about hot guys and six packs help me plz i love this girl with all my heart what can i do??

Posted by bball17
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I could never gain weight no matter what I tried…

"Scrawny, Out-Of-Shape Weakling Weighing Under 135 Pounds Swears Under Oath He Beefed Up In Only 12 Short Weeks By Adding 32 Pounds Of Pure Muscle Mass With NO Steroids, Fad Diets Or Bogus Supplements."
This is unlike anything you've ever seen before. I finally "cracked the code" and show you how I did it.
Now, you can do it too, step by step, whether you're new to weight training, can't seem to gain an ounce of muscle weight (no matter what you've tried), or are already an experienced weight trainer…
Now's your chance to learn my breakthrough secrets for massive muscle growth in record speed — without using any steroids whatsoever!"

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Dear Friend —

It's true. I tried everything and I simply couldn't gain any weight. I'm not gifted with great genetics, or very athletic. I'm just an average guy who was fed up with being a skinny, 135-pound weakling.

I needed to learn how to gain weight. Muscle mass, that is.

After sifting through all the hype and crappy supplements, I discovered a few all-natural, muscle-gaining techniques that really help skinny people build more muscle mass. And do it faster than most typical weight gain workouts.

Using these simple techniques, I not only gained 32 pounds of muscle in 12 weeks, but I also reduced my body fat from 10% to 7%!

Skinny And Average,
I Hated Being Thin.
Hi. My name is Anthony Ellis. And all of my life I had been very thin (about 135 pounds after a meal) with a fast metabolism. Being extremely thin may be OK for some people. But for me, it was degrading.

In school, I was so thin that I wasn't allowed to participate in team sports like football and baseball. "High risk of injury," they said.

When I took off my clothes, I was often too embarrassed to even look at myself in the mirror. I was totally ashamed of my body. To try and hide this from friends (who can be very cruel), I always wore baggy clothes and long sleeved shirts.

Even in the summer time.

I wanted to gain weight so badly that I tried everything I could. Everything! I wasted thousands of dollars on every supplement "fad" that promised more muscles and fast results. Including:

High calorie weight gain powders
Liver Tablets
Mexican Yams
Carbohydrate Powders
Liquid Oxygen
Colon Cleansing
Blue-Green Algae
… And much more.

I joined a gym, and eagerly tried many of the "professional bodybuilder" workout routines in the "Muscle" magazines. I did everything that I was told to do, no matter how unusual it sounded.

I worked out 5-7 times per week, 2 hours each day. Day after day, week after week I waited for the muscle gain, but I never gained a pound! In fact, eight years later, I looked exactly the same.

It was frustrating. I couldn't understand it! I did everything that I was supposed to do, but it wasn't helping me. I knew that I would never be huge. I just want a body that I could be proud of. Was that too much to ask?

Why was this so difficult?

Here's The "Secret" They
Don't Tell Us Skinny Guys…
What I finally discovered after years of failed effort is that most pros are not only gifted with good genetics (i.e., they can gain muscle or lose fat easier than most people), they also enhance their results with illegal hormones and steroids.

Because of this, they can train harder, eat whatever they want and still get great results. Using their training methods and advice would never work for my body type because I don't use steroids. I never want to.

And my body does not gain muscle mass easily.

I now realize that I am a "hardgainer". A hardgainer is someone who is naturally thin and has an extremely difficult time gaining weight of any kind. Because of this, why would I listen to someone who gains muscle easily?

Anything they say will not be relevant to me. It all makes sense now, but too bad I had to waste so many years just to figure it out.

If you are a hardgainer too, most advice will be useless to you unless it specifically addresses your body type and metabolism.

Here's an important fact: What works for one person who gains weight easily will NOT work for you. And what works for someone who's overweight will NOT work for someone trying to gain weight.

If you're anything like me, you're tired of irrelevant information and false advertising claims. That's why I began looking for training and dieting techniques that have actually been proven to increase muscle mass.

During this search, I came across quite a bit of incredible training and dieting information. I also came across some hard-to-accept information that I was not ready to believe. Looking back, I now realize that this information was the major turning point in my journey to gain more mass. I had to let go of old myths.

Myth #1: You Can Gain Muscle
And Lose Fat At The Same Time
Throughout my attempts to gain weight, I had always been very afraid of gaining fat. Being naturally thin, I did not want to get fat — I just wanted to gain more muscle. So, I focused on low fat foods, did my aerobic exercise and did everything I was supposed to do to keep my body fat low.

Unfortunately, what I did not know was that this type of dieting and training was also keeping me from gaining muscle! (Boy, was I in shock.)

Training to lose fat requires different methods than training to gain muscle.

Losing fat involves eating a low-calorie diet, while building muscle requires a higher calorie diet. This is a point that most hardgainers don't realize — if you want to get bigger and gain more muscle, you will have to deal with the fact that you will also gain some additional body fat. Period.

This is due to the high-calorie diet you must eat to build more mass.

Though some people will be able to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time, most WILL NOT. The fact is, there are no magic pills, powders, foods or exercises that will allow you to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time.

It all is determined by your genetics and metabolism.

If you are naturally thin and have a difficult time gaining weight of any kind, it would be silly of you to think that you will be able to gain muscle while trying to keep your body fat low. It's just impossible. (Or extremely difficult!)

Most skinny guys want to gain more muscle, but are afraid of gaining body fat. They see all the bodybuilder photos and read the stories about people gaining pounds of muscle while losing pounds of fat — they want to do the same.

When looking at these photos, you have to remember that most of these people do not have your body type. The majority of them are overweight and want to lose fat. So their training is focused on losing fat.

If you went on a fat-loss diet, you would lose fat but not gain much muscle. The low-calorie diet combined with your fast metabolism will give you…

… Very Little Muscle Gain And
Possibly Even Some Muscle Loss!
For maximum results, you either have to train and diet to gain muscle or lose fat.

One or the other.

The most effective way for hardgainers to build a large amount of muscle mass quickly is to focus on gaining the weight first, then later on go on a short-term fat loss diet to lower your body fat levels.

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Myth #2: You Can Gain Muscle
Without Eating More Calories
Because gaining weight for hardgainers is extremely difficult, the only way you will get bigger is to shock your body into growth. You do this by…

Eating a lot of calories
Training with free weights.
Right? (Sure, but it must done in a proper way. And it's not what you think!)

You must shock your body into growth — the right way.

The first shock is by eating more calories than your body is used to. This is the most important factor in gaining mass. When you overload your system with plenty of protein and fats, your body has no other choice but to gain weight.

The goal is to eat just enough calories to allow your body to build more muscle, but not so many calories that you gain a large amount of body fat.

The second way you must shock your body is with weight training. Weight training is the fastest way to get your body to build more muscle.

Dieting and weight training both work together. The weight training overloads the muscles and stimulates growth, while the food you eat provides the necessary building blocks to repair and build new muscle tissue.

If you don't eat correctly while weight training, you WILL lose muscle tissue.

To Gain Mass, You Must Eat,
Eat And Then Eat Some More!
(Of The Right Foods, Of Course.)
To gain weight you have to eat, period! It basically must become a job. This is very simple, but most people never grasp the concept of eating. (And eating properly.)

Not only was I not eating enough calories for my fast metabolism, but I was also eating too many carbohydrates and not enough high quality protein.

To build muscle you must eat the right foods in the right quantities.

If you are not getting at least 1 gram of protein per pound of body weight, then you won't gain muscle, period. In the past, I would just skip over this part. It seemed too difficult to grasp. That was my biggest mistake.

Only protein can build muscle tissue!

To make sure I was eating enough, I had to learn to measure and calculate my daily food intake. If you don't do this, you'll never know what you're actually eating. (I used to guess, but judging by my previous failure, I was guessing incorrectly.)

In addition to eating more calories, you also have to eat more often. Eating three meals a day does not cut it! It doesn't provide your body with the constant flow of nutrients and energy it needs to grow.

So, you must increase your meal intake to 6 per day — eating every three hours.

Yes, six meals per day.

(But don't worry. There are ways around this and I show you how. I'll come back to this a little later. For now, let's look into why this is important.)

Eating six meals a day takes planning, and this is where nutritional supplements have helped me the most. Now, I know that this is a very sensitive subject with many people. Some say that they're a waste of money, that they don't work and that you don't need them. Well, they are partly correct.

In fact, let's take a look at this a little more in-depth…

Myth #3: You Must Buy A Whole
Bunch Of Supplements To Gain Mass
There is a lot of hype in this industry.

It is true that some supplements are a complete waste of money, but there are also a few great products out there that can really help you achieve your goal.

Remember, supplements are not a "magic pill." They're not meant to replace good nutrition and training. They simply supplement your existing diet and training program. If you are not training and eating correctly, then they will not help you.

You will be wasting your money!

Let me repeat that because it's so important…

Supplements are not a substitute for proper nutrition and training.

Supplements don't make the program, they're only there to help you. You still get results without them. The most important element is the diet and weight training, not supplements. A good, strong diet with plenty of protein is essential.

(And once you invest in my program, I show you exactly what kind of diet is best.)

If you can't get that, then the first supplement you absolutely need is whey protein. Because, if you're like me, it's very difficult to eat 6 real food meals a day. So the protein supplement is essential in this case.

The supplement that helps the most is the Meal Replacement Powder (MRP). MRPs consist of whey protein powder and maltodextrin (a carbohydrate). They're designed to be quick meal substitutes, which take the place of a real food meal.

Since it represents one meal, that's one less meal I have to worry about preparing. Also, MRPs help me reach my daily protein requirement by providing me with one of the best types of protein for muscle building — whey protein.

In this respect, it's much better than meat or poultry and far more convenient.

If you're like most people and maintain a busy schedule, then being able to get a complete, high-protein meal both quickly and conveniently throughout the day can mean the difference between success and failure.

Over the years, I've tried hundreds of different supplements, but only a few have actually proven to help me put on muscle mass. One of those is the MRP.

Another product I recommend is Creatine Monohydrate.

Personally, I've had incredible results with this form of creatine. I know many skeptics question its effectiveness and safety, but it has absolutely worked for me.

I don't know if it'll work for you.

But it's the #1 selling sports nutrition supplement for amateur and pro athletes. Creatine has been proven to increase strength and muscle endurance, which enable you to lift heavier weights and ultimately stimulate more muscle growth.

Myth #4: The More You Train, Especially
With Machines, The Bigger You Will Get
Not only did I have to change my diet, I had to learn the correct way to weight train for muscle mass as well. (But you won't have to, because I'm about to show you.)

The best way to gain muscle mass quickly is to use free weights. You must focus on compound free-weight training, and lift challenging (that is, heavier) weights.

This stimulates the largest amount of muscle fibers.

This way, your body responds to this stimulus by increasing your muscle mass. In the past, I used mostly machines. I was always told that free weights were a waste of time, and machines were much more effective. Boy, was I mislead!

Most machines are a waste of time for us.

They limit your development, because they help to support the weight.

On the other hand, free weights make you support the weight along the entire path of the movement, which helps to stimulate more muscle fibers while also strengthening smaller and/or weaker muscles.

If your smaller supporting muscles are weak, your larger muscles won't grow. To build size and strength quickly, pro bodybuilders and professional athletes don't use machines — they use free weights almost exclusively!

I also had to stop training so often and understand that, for hardgainers, "less is more." Some people still believe the more you train, the bigger you get. If that were true, all I would have to do is workout 8 hours a everyday, and I'd be huge!

Unfortunately, it's not true, it doesn't work that way.

You do NOT get bigger while working out.

Your muscles do NOT grow in the gym. They only grow when you are resting!

Weight training is needed only to stimulate growth. After that, your body needs rest and food to build muscle. And hardgainers need more rest and food than others.

That took me a long time to understand. Working out too often doesn't allow your muscles the necessary time to recuperate. Not only will you not grow, but you will also be setting yourself up for chronic injuries from overtraining…

… And possible muscle loss!

Improper diet and overtraining are two reasons why most people never get beyond an average physique. I see guys at the gym working out 5-6 days per week for 2 hours or more each day — but they always look the same. Always.

They've got the right motivation but the wrong information. In other words, they're wasting their time, effort and money doing the wrong things.

Let Me Share With You The
Best Kept Secret of Success
The final item that helped me achieve these incredible results was consistency. I followed my plan consistently day in and day out, without fail.

I didn't skip workouts or meals. If you can't do this, then forget about getting incredible results. Working out, and dieting on an inconsistent basis, won't bring a significant increase in size. I know, because that's what I did most of my life.

Do it right or don't do it at all!

To be successful in anything, you must commit yourself and follow through. It's that simple. Once I became consistent, results came quickly.

In fact, I began to see results in less than 3 weeks!

Using these simple concepts, I created a training program I believed would work for me, and it did! Finally, I began to gain weight. After years of wasted effort and money, I began to see amazing results in less than 3 weeks!

I began to gain weight so quickly that I reached my goal of 170 lbs. In only 10 weeks, and I have to say that I was extremely happy (that's an understatement!).

But there is a downside.

Unfortunately, I also gained more body fat than I would have liked. Even though I knew from the beginning that I would gain some body fat, it still bothered me.

It's impossible for someone who doesn't use steroids to gain so much weight without gaining some fat along with the muscle. So, for the last two weeks of my 12-week program I decided to change my diet and workout routine.

I wanted to lose my excess fat, while retaining as much muscle mass as possible. This was OK, because I did a lot of reading and research on the best ways to lose body fat, too. This would give me a chance to test some of that information.

The Results Were Absolutely
Amazing! Let Me Show You…
Two weeks later I took the 12-week "after" photo below. I weighed 167 lbs. And ended up cutting my body fat from its high of 11% down to 7%!

Though I managed to reduce my body fat substantially, I still felt too "smooth." So, I decided to make a few alterations to the fat-loss program (and not "weight-loss"), and continue fat-loss dieting for four more weeks.

As the 16-week "after" photo below shows, I was slowly beginning to lose the excess fat. Take a look for yourself and read the stats, below…

Before Week 12 Week 16

135 lbs
167 lbs
170 lbs

5' 9"
5' 9"
5' 9"

Body fat:
Body fat:
Body fat:




145 lbs
205 lbs
205 lbs

185 lbs
295 lbs
295 lbs

Finally Something That
Works For Hardgainers
Like I said earlier, I had been thin my entire life. I would have done just about anything to gain weight. For years I didn't know what it felt like to weigh more than 138 pounds. I was even underweight as a child.

After I was born, I had to remain at the hospital for an extra seven days because of my weight. In my teen years, I took up martial arts in hopes of learning to defend myself against the much larger kids at school.

I speak from personal, firsthand experience.

I had always been thin, and I'd still be thin if I had listened to everyone around me telling me that I couldn't gain weight.

So understand, this was not just some overnight problem for me.

My puny size plagued me my entire life.

(Maybe it's the same for you?)

This entire process has not only changed my body, but it has also changed my attitude. I'm now more confident and sure about myself. It has lifted my self-esteem and improved my outlook and performance in all aspects of my life.

Because of my incredible transformation, I was featured in the inspirational movie Body Of Work, and in Muscle Media Magazine (a popular fitness magazine).

I also wrote several muscle building articles for Muscle Media Magazine.

I got hundreds of pleas from skinny and out-of-shape guys who want help gaining muscle. Many of their stories are similar to mine. Yours might be, too. If so, you want to improve your physique but lack guidance and knowledge.

You're confused by the many books, diets and personal trainers all telling you something different. (Gosh knows I was!)

So Everyone Kept Asking Me,
"Anthony, How Did You Do It?"
I wanted to inform and educate people just like you as best I could, so I've written a detailed training manual geared specifically towards skinny hardgainers and those new to weight training.

It contains everything I know about gaining muscle mass.

And that includes all the information I used to gain 32 pounds of muscle, plus everything I've learned since then.

It contains very detailed, step-by-step chapters on how hardgainers should diet to gain mass. This is where I believe most people fail. Why? Because to gain mass, your diet should be your first priority.

It's easy to go to the gym and start throwing weights around. BUT it's very difficult to sit down and construct an appropriate diet plan with specific percentages of protein, carbs and fats.

This is by far the most confusing concept for most people, but it's also the most important. If you're not eating the right foods AND in the right amounts…

… You WON'T get bigger. Period.

Everyone says, "eat more," but they never tell you what to eat. Nor do they explain how to choose the best foods for your specific goal and put them together in a specific diet tailored to your situation and metabolism.

This is where most books and personal trainers leave you in the dark, and why I've spent a considerable amount of time making my diet section informative, easy to understand and easy to apply.

NO crash diets. NO exotic foods. NO complex calorie calculations.

In plain English, I explain all the necessary elements needed to create your own successful mass-gaining diet customized to meet your goal, and I tell you exactly what foods are best for building muscle and losing fat.

That way, you can create a custom-tailored program just for you! But…

What If You Want To Start Right Away
And Just Need Some Quick Guidance?
Well, here's the best part.

I've already done it for you! My manual comes with pre-set muscle gain diets that I've created specifically for gaining muscle mass fast. Without steroids.

This program tells you…

What mass-building foods to eat,
How much you need to eat, and
When to eat!
To get you in the gym ASAP, I've also included my exact weight-training workouts and schedules that I used during my program.

That's right! I've already created for you a step-by-step diet and workout plan that helps you pack on the muscle you can start using immediately.

The pre-set diets and weight-training programs use all of the techniques I suggest in the manual. They're all laid out in an easy-to-understand format so you always know what you need to do and when to do it.

You don't have to think about anything, just follow the plan!

Stop Wasting Time
And Start Gaining Mass!
Let me ask you an important question…

Have you ever tried to gain more weight and were you unsuccessful?
Have you never trained with weights and don't know where to start?
Well, this manual is all you need.


Gaining Mass!™
"A 26-Week Diet, Fitness And Training Program To Build Muscle Mass Fast… Without Any Illegal Drugs, Bogus Supplements Or Overtraining."
It's written for the beginner, but contains cutting-edge training and nutritional information that even the experienced lifter can benefit from.

It is a complete, step-by-step training and nutritional program that's perfect for hardgainers.

Here's a small sample of some of the techniques you will learn:

How to structure your diet to keep fat gain to an absolute minimum — so you can focus on muscle gain and not have to worry about gaining fat.

What nutritional supplements actually work for gaining mass. (Most people are dead wrong about this. You're in for a surprise!)

What supplement combination you MUST take immediately after your workout to speed up the muscle building process.

What all-natural food has proven to increase your testosterone levels (an important component to muscle gain), AND improve your overall general health. (You feel a lot better, too!)

How many calories you should be consuming to gain muscle.

Exactly how much protein, carbohydrates and fats you should be eating each day to maximize your muscle-building efforts.

The best foods to eat and why — and no, it doesn't all have to be about muscle gain. (Proper nutrition is vital for, among others, stamina, fat management, endurance, moods, as well as building muscle mass.)

How to spice up your meals with my simple recipes and sauces (especially for people who seek the convenience of a quick meal).

Which "fast food" (not "fatty food") choices are best for muscle gain, particularly when you are pressed for time.

The best time to eat to gain maximum muscle and minimum fat.

The best way to train for gaining mass (no, I'm not talking about exercises but the manner in which you conduct your training).

What exercises to avoid when training to gain mass — don't even start thinking about any kind of training until you read this first!

The best workouts for gaining mass (you're going to be amazed when you learn how simple yet powerful these workouts truly are).

How to structure a training routine to reduce gym time and increase your results. (Yes! Imagine less time at the gym without compromising your results. Wouldn't that be nice?)

How to do the calculations to construct your own personalized diets that are custom-tailored to meet your needs and your weight-gaining goals.

The proper way to measure your body fat.

How to measure and convert food quantities in order to properly calculated your calorie intake, which you absolutely need to know.

The correct way to perform each free weight and isolation training. (Do this wrong and you may even lose muscle mass!)

How to adjust your program based on your progress. (This is where most weight training programs fail, because as you shock your body into growth, your needs will change.)
And a whole lot more.

How To Transform Your Body
Into A Fat-Burning Furnace!
I've also included a detailed section on losing fat.

I've learned some incredible fat loss techniques that supercharge your metabolism and increase your body's fat-burning ability.

The fat loss section also comes with pre-set fat loss diets, and shows you how to drop that excess blubber and reveal your "six-pack" hiding underneath!

You will learn things like:

How to increase your metabolism to burn fat even while you are not exercising. (Imagine shedding excess fat even while you sleep!)

How to construct your own personalized fat loss diet (this is crucial, since everybody's metabolism is completely different).

The correct ratio of protein, carbs and fat you should be eating for optimal fat loss. (Don't start dieting until you read this! If you follow some of the "popular" diets on the market right now, you stand a good chance of losing the muscle you've worked so hard to gain!)

Which foods you should absolutely avoid when trying to lose fat (in fact, eating these foods greatly limit the amount of fat you lose).

Why you should NOT avoid eating certain types of fat, and which types of "good" fat are better than others. (That's right! Your body needs certain kinds of fat. Do you know which ones?)

Which supplements actually help you lose more fat, and which ones you should avoid because they are all hype and can even work against you.

Which supplements are best in helping to maintain muscle mass while fat-loss dieting. (Yes, there are some that help both.)

The best way to weight-train when on a fat-loss diet so you also don't lose your muscle mass. (Some diets are no good for that very reason.)

How to dramatically enhance the effectiveness of your cardiovascular workout so you can burn more fat and spend less time in the gym!

What you absolutely MUST do before performing any cardiovascular training, or else your training will be in vain.

What supplement combination you MUST take before going to bed to stop the muscle-wasting process while you sleep.

Which all-natural fat-loss supplement has the ability to counteract the metabolic effects of low-calorie dieting — recommended for those who need to lose fat but cannot tolerate stimulants like ma huang or caffeine.

How to increase the effectiveness of the popular E/C/A fat-loss stack (Ephedrine/Caffeine/Aspirin) by up to 50% (clinical studies have shown it to be a potentially potent fat-loss combination).

Why the Glycemic Index (a way to calculate how carbs affect blood glucose levels after eating food) is useless for anyone trying to lose fat.
And there's so much more!

So, What Exactly Is Involved
In My "Gaining Mass!" Program?
If you are serious about starting a weight-gaining or fat-loss program, Gaining Mass! Is packed with information you cannot afford to be without.

Many consumers spend billions of dollars each year on worthless fitness advice, supplements and gym memberships. What's something of real value worth? If you really you want to stop wasting money and start getting real results from your training, then this information is an absolute must.

Gaining Mass! Is a 26-week course that incorporates all of the proven dieting and weight-training techniques I have used to build muscle quickly.

The complete system brings together 4 important elements that are crucial to your success, and integrates them into one easy-to-follow program:

Component #1 — Diet
As you know, diet is the key to this or any muscle-gain program. My diets manipulate your body's own hormones to bring about incredible physical transformations.

Each of my pre-set muscle-mass diets are designed to promote lean tissue growth, while keeping your fat gain to a minimum.

The fat-loss diets have been designed to assist your body in releasing fat stores and maintaining your muscle mass.

To avoid inevitable plateaus, the program also incorporates calorie cycling during your fat loss and muscle mass programs.

This technique prevents your body's metabolism from adjusting to a specific caloric intake, thereby preventing plateaus caused by long-term low-calorie or high-calorie dieting.

Component #2 — Weight Training
My workouts consist of compound exercises that stimulate the largest amount of muscle fibers — this will bring about the most muscle growth in the least amount of time possible.

I also incorporate supersets and drop-sets that allow for maximum effort without the need for a training partner. The 26-week program is divided into several phases, which will cycle your workouts.

At predetermined points, I show you how to switch to a different workout to help prevent plateaus and do counterproductive overtraining, and to keep your workouts "fresh" and interesting.

There is also a 3-week beginner phase for those new to weight training. So whether you're a newbie or an experienced trainer, it doesn't matter… I got you covered!

Component #3 — Nutritional Supplements
I do NOT use supplements just for the sake of using supplements. I only use them if they can help me achieve my goal.

For example, only use MRPs to help get your required calories and protein intake for the day. If you can do it with real food, then that's just as good. The greatest benefit of MRP is convenience.

The only supplements I recommend are those that have worked for me, and that either 1) make following your diet easier or 2) help improve your body's ability to build muscle and/or lose fat.

Component #4 — Planning
This is the final element, and the one that no one seems to be paying much attention to these days. How can you expect to get to your destination of you don't have a route planned out?

In the "Getting Started" section of my manual, I take you "by the hand," step-by-step, in the creation of your personal schedule. I instruct you on how to plan your entire 24-hour day.

Look at it this way: it's like having your own personal trainer (me!) right there, beside you, showing you exactly how it's done and what works best for you. You're never left scratching your head.

Basically, you know what you should be doing and what you should be eating from the time you wake up, until the time you go to bed.

"OK Anthony, But What EXACTLY
Do I Get With Your Program?"
Based on these components, I've put together a complete package to get you started on the road to gaining mass quickly and guide you along the way.

The entire Gaining Mass! Program includes:

Gaining Mass! Master Manual (240 Pages)
Get 240 pages of pure information. Fully updated, it contains complete instructions on how to diet and train to gain muscle mass or lose fat, in great detail, step by step. Learn…

Exactly what to eat to gain muscle (and lose body fat).
Exactly which exercises you must do to build muscle.
And which supplements help you build muscle — as well as which are totally worthless.

It not only tells you what to do, it also explains why. In addition, it contains detailed instructions, and over 90 pictures explaining how to perform each exercise. It has easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions on how to get started quickly.

Gaining Mass! Program Workbook (50+ Pages)
This 50+ page workbook contains all the diet and workout sheets you need to use during your program.

In fact, you get enough worksheets to cover over 20 weeks of training.

Plus, the workbook tells you exactly what to eat, when to eat it, what exercises to do and when to do them. It's all there!

Gaining Mass! Fat-Loss Workbook (40+ Pages)
This 40+ page workbook contains all the diet and workout sheets you use during your fat-loss program.

Remember, gaining muscle and losing fat are done independently for maximum results. Once you've completed the initial phase, use this workbook to trim down.

Follow these workout sheets and you always stay on top and never lose a beat!

Can This Program Work For You?
Make no mistake, this program is not some gimmick or fad diet.

It is a serious program for those who are serious about improving their bodies. If you want more muscle, this program will help, but you must get serious, focused and make the commitment to stop complaining and do it.

Here's what others are saying…

"Gained 20lbs of Muscle,
Lost 22 lbs of Fat!"

Steve W., California

"Gained 30 lbs So Far!"
"I would just like to say that I think your package is great. I have bought and read many manuals that claim to have all of these secrets to gaining mass muscle, but none of them worked, until I stumbled upon your web site.

"I have gained 30 pounds of muscle and like I said still gaining weight, so I'm sure I'll reach my goal soon.

"The other day, I hung out with a friend I hadn't seen in a while and he asked me if I was a bodybuilder now. He kept saying he couldn't believe that I had gotten so big, and to tell you the truth, neither can I.

"On your program, I have gained more muscle in 3 months than in almost a year of training."

Matthew G., Georgia

"Skeptical User Gained 30 lbs in 12 Weeks!"
'I can honestly say that I've completed the first 12 weeks of your program with flying colors. With the effort I put into, and the results I've accomplished, I'm happy to say I've gained 30 pounds over the past 12 weeks.

Everything has increased….my bench, squats, you name it, I've put on more pounds. All my clothes are uncomfortably tight. Looks like I'll have to go out and get a whole new wardrobe pretty soon. I get numerous compliments on what I've done.

And for everyone who didn't think I could do it, I proved them wrong. They all thought I was wasting my time and money. Now the one's who doubted me, are coming to me for advice! And I just respond with 2 words…."Anthony Ellis." …

Sorry for the crap I gave you before. "

[This customer refused to believe that this program could help him, and continually argued with me before even beginning it.]

Kenny W., Illinois

"Gained 27 lbs In 4 Weeks!"
"I finished my fourth week, I have gained 27lbs, this week I gained almost 6 lbs. I don't know why people take steroids, they should use your routine, this is amazing.

"Unbelievable, I am not that 130lb skinny guy anymore, I am confident in myself. When I am walking on the streets 110% of women stare at me!!! I am not joking man, this is truth, I even use shorts already — something that I never used before.

"Anthony, I am changing, my body has changed incredibly, I feel healthier, I stopped smoking. In my first day I couldn't do any dips, now I can do 9 in a row. My chest has increased 4.25", my biceps 2", my calves almost 2", my upper thigh 2.73 inches."

Jose M., Mexico

"Gained 25 lbs In 12 Weeks!"
"Hey Anthony I am in my 7th week of your program and it has helped me out a lot. I gained 1.5 inches on my arms and about 5 inches on my chest. My bench has gone up about 40 pounds…"

[9 weeks later] "I finished your program about a month ago and I am pleased with the 25 pounds I put on. I never wrote to thank you so I am thanking you right now.

"You have help me to achieve what I have always dream of but was too lazy to work for. I just didn't believe such great gains could come so easily."

[Note, it's not that easy. He really worked hard!]

Paul S., Massachusetts

"Gained 39 lbs In 13 Weeks!"
"I just wanted to let you know that after 13 weeks on your program I have been able to go from mere 121 pounds to 160 pounds. I really don't know how to thank you for your most valuable information.

"Today my self-esteem is on a high and it is all due to you. Thank you very much and just wanted to let you know that to me you are a pioneer of this field."

Dinesh P., Oregon

"Gained 52 lbs In 10 Weeks!"
"To update you, things are going pretty well at this point. I'm getting a lot of great comments from everyone that knows me about how different I look already…

"A couple of folks in the office said my arms got significantly bigger in just the last week (measurements say ½" on the biceps in that time, yes!).

"My weight bounced back on Wednesday and should be over 230 tonight, making a 32 to 34 lbs. Increase in 6 weeks."

[4 weeks later] "Just thought I'd give you a 10 week update on my progress on your program. I maxed out last week at a weight of 250. A 52 lbs. Gain from starting the program."

Glenn S., California

"Gained 24 lbs In 12 Weeks!"
"Well, I just finished up my 6th week and weigh 17lbs. I got my body fat % taken professionally… 6.8% to start with and 7.2% now, so most of that weight is lean."

[Update] "I finished your 3 month program… I went from 130 to 154lbs but skipped fat loss since my body fat was still only 7.8%."

Marco P., Canada

"Gained 20 lbs In 16 Weeks!"
"It's been 16 weeks since I started the program — thank you! I have gained twenty pounds of muscle (I started at 124lbs) and weigh more than I ever have in my life."

Kevin W., Washington

"Gained 35 lbs In 3 Months!"
"I went from 130 lbs to 147 lbs, and gaining more thanks to you. Boy dieting for me is a awful commitment but I plan to stick and reach my goal."

[Update, 3 months later] "Thanks for everything brother I reached my dream!!! I was once 130 lbs now I am at 165, I have to tell all the skinny guys out there that this is the best thing that has ever happened to me… Your book of course, is the thing that got me going."

Raul S., New Mexico

"Gained 18 lbs And Lost 8% Of Body Fat!"
"I have been following the diet very strictly and have been working out three times every week just like I'm supposed to. I'm looking at my stats right now.

"I've gained 13 lbs, 3" on my shoulders, and 1-1/4" on my biceps (those are the ones I'm most proud of)!"

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What supplement is the best to gain muscle?

Which one is the best to gain muscle but not fat. MuscleTech Creakic Hardcore, MRI NO2 Black, MuscleMeds Arimatest, MuscleTech naNOx9 Hardcore, MuscleTech Luukic Hardcore, Xenadrine RFA-X, and MRI CE2 HI-Def. Which is the best to take to gain muscle.

Posted by Tom C
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Just use steroids dude, i was taking steroids and gained massive amounts of muscle in no time. I suggest you use the liquid form since its more effective.

Other supplements i can take besides protein for muscle gain?

Hey all, the past 3 months i’ve been working out quite intensely and the results have been pretty good so far. However, i want to build bigger muscles.

Since i’ve started to work out i’ve been on a high protein diet and i always have a protein shake after i workout, but i’ve heard you can take other supplements to help build muscle… If this ia true i would love to try them out.

I’ve heard about “weight gainer” but i don’t particularly want to go on it because i’m pretty sure i have a “endomorph” body type (if i just sit on my ass and do no exercise and eat junk food i’m going to be putting on the kilos/pounds real fast) – my weight is fine now because i don’t eat junk food or drink soft drink or alcohol.

So if you know of anything could you please help me out? Thank you very much!

P.S no steroid advice! ;)

Posted by Astro
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If you are an endomorph you will build muscle very well, but your stocky body will also accumulate fat faster. Don't use "weight gainer" because these are loaded with sugar.

I only recommend 2 things for maximum muscle growth:

A regimen of Squats, preferably "breathing squats" (look this up online) which tax the entire body and cause a natural release of HgH and Testosterone. This really works.

Creatine: This really works. Basically, it helps recovery to a degree and pulls water into the muscles, creating a more substantive "pump".

There is no easy way to grow massive quickly without some danger to your life. That being said, you can build up over time and have an impressive body that will last even if you miss a workout or 2 without steroids.

Whats the best dietary supplement/s I could take for massive muscle gain with my workout???

I workout Sun, Tue, Thur, sometimes Sat… 3 hours at a time…so 9 to 12 hours a week…

Mostly upper body and stomach and back…

Sometimes I dont have the time to eat the things my body needs to repair my muscles…

I was just wondering what the best supplement/ supplements I could take to get me bigger faster…

And no I dont mean sterroids I wont touch that shit!!!

Posted by BARl)OCK
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It's very good that you won't do steroids, you shouldn't!
But a natural dietary supplement that can help is Micronized Creatine complex. It helps to develop lean body mass, increases strength and helps with muscle growth.
You just mix the Creatine powder with juice for breakfast or milk, you don't taste it at all.
They may sell it at the gym you go to or you can always go to Vitamin World or GNC, they sell a lot of nutrition supplements like Creatine. Or if you don't have either store near you, you can always look up Vitamin World or GNC online and order it online.
I hope that helps!

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Muscle building/reduce body fat supplements help?

I'm 18 years old ,6 ft tall and I used to weight 236 pounds,I lost around 50 pounds and went down to my current weight of around 183-185 pounds in 3 months by doing P90X and following a very strict very low calorie diet that helped me lose all of the weight fast,but now I want to put some lean muscle mass.I eat every three hours and eat very healthy,no sodas(not even diet sodas) only water(Lots of water),skim milk and a little OJ in the morning. I came through this website and checked out the teen body muscle building program and the nutrition part seems reasonable but what caught my eye was the recommended supplements:

MPH Activite Sport (Multivitamin)
EFA Lean Gold(Omegas)

Now my question,I'm 18 and I plan working out till my body tells me than I can't(hopefully when I'm really old),now are this products safe to use,like the chemicals in them,how bad are the side effects,would you guys recommend other products.I went to GNC and they have their own line so is that better,I hope you all can help me.Thanks.

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Pablo my man..
U need to understand d fact that d body is helped by these supplements..
But over time.. U'll realise that ur body needs more n more of them to sustain.. Coz it'll start getting used to it.. Like today u'll start with one scoop.. N by d end of 3 months u'll be having around 3-4 scoops in a day.. But ur body is not going to be able to digest all this easily.. Leading to kidney n liver problems..
N u'll not notice these problems right now.. They'll come around when ur 40-45 years of age..
That time ur body will have illness symptoms of a 70 year old..
I know u must be seeing ppl with nice bodies n u'd also want them.. N ur willing to workout for it.. But in d long run its not worth it..
Rest is upto u.. Coz this pack that u mentioned above is a standard pack.. N u just keep on increasing ur intake with time.. Thats bout it..

Is androsterone supplement safe?

Men take it to ""build more muscle". Is it safe and is it effective or just a waste of money. Dont bother responding if you are selling this stuff. I want real science!!

Posted by fiveoncinco
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Actually it's called Androstenidione it is a precursor of Testosterone and in optimal conditions the Adrenal Glands manufacture Androstenidione as a metabolite(metabolism by-product)of another hormone DHEA which stands for Di Hydro Epia Androsterone this hormone is also a precursor of Estrogen.The disadvantage of Androstenidione is it does NOT inhibit Estrogen production in fact a side effect in some men who have used this product is BREAST GROWTH. It was used by baseball players most notably Mark McGwire as a performance enhancer but since 2004 it has been a banned substance in Baseball ,The NFL,and The Olympics and for that matter so is DHEA. This product is most beneficial for men OVER the age of 40 whose hormone production generally decreases after then. Adequate Protein consumption is a good idea. Precursors of HGH(Human Growth Hormone) are also essential if you want to maintain muscle mass. Natural ways to do this in lieu of Androstenidione is LONGJACK HERB(Tong Kat Ali), Puncture Root aka Gokshura Fruit( Tribulus Terrestris), L-Glycine,GABA(Gamma Amino Butryic Acid), ZMA( Zinc Magnesium Aspartate),&BCAAs(Branch Chain Amino Acids).
These are just a few things you can do to generate good muscle mass as well as L-Arginine and L-Ornithine. L-Arginine does become NO(Nitrous Oxide) but what may NOT be common knowledge L-CITTRULINE is an amino acid made in the body from L-Ornithine and without L-Cittruline the body can't convert L-Arginine into NO(Nitrous Oxide) that's why it's better to buy L-Arginine and L-Ornithine together because they are synergistic(things that work better together.) You should skip Androstenidione because long term side effect studies have not been done concerning this supplement and the FDA banned this supplement a little over 2 Years Ago. So finding it legally is not very likely. I hope this was helpful.

Diet planning question (Muscle Building)?

I am changing my diet plan soon and I was wondering if it is a good or bad choice. I know everybody is different so no one can really give me a reliable answer, but I would like some insight. I am going from a high-carb diet to a semi-low-carb diet (while still building muscle). I read that the body can still convert fats from food to use for energy. I did the calculations and if I were to eat at least 2700 calories, the following would be:

Carbs-15%, 101g
Protein-30%, 205g
Fat-55%, 165g (20g saturated, 50 monounsaturated & polyunsaturated)

It's kind of a semi-carb backloading, so I was wondering if this would be a good diet. I am 18 years old (19 in a few months), I weigh 155lbs, I lift 5 days a week, and I play basketball for 3-4 days week for at least 1-3 hours. If you have any other suggestions, I would be happy to see some. Also, if I need to do something to prepare for this diet, please tell me. Thank you.

Posted by Jaeson
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A good bodybuilding diet needs to follow 3 rules:
1.It should favor smaller and frequent feedings throughout the day
instead of smaller ones.
2.Every meal should have carbohydrates, protein and fat in the
correct ratios: 40% carbs, 40% protein, 20 % good fats.
3.The calories should be cycled to prevent the metabolism from
getting used to a certain caloric level.
Sample Bodybuilding Diet For Men
Meal 1 (7 AM)
1 cup of dry oats mixed with water
1 cup of egg beaters
Meal 2 (9 AM)
Meal replacement packet like Prolab's Lean Mass Complex (which has a
40/40/20 nutrient ratio) mixed with water or a protein powder (with
around 40 grams of protein) mixed with 40 grams of carbs from cream
of rice, grits, or oatmeal.
1 Tablespoon of Flaxseed Oil (Spectrum brand is best)
Meal 3 (12 Noon)
1 cup of brown rice, or medium sized baked potato, or 1 cup of
2 cups of green beans, broccoli or any other desired vegetable
6-8 ounces of chicken, turkey, or lean fish
Meal 4 (3 PM)
Same as Meal 2
Meal 5 (6 PM)
1 cup of brown rice, or medium sized baked potato, or 1 cup of
2 cups of green beans, broccoli or any other desired vegetable
6-8 ounces of chicken, turkey, or lean fish
Meal 6 (8 PM)
Same as Meal 2
Recommended Basic Bodybuilding Supplements For Men
(Essential to take)
Definitely make sure that you cover at least the basics of
supplementation which are a Multiple Vitamin and Mineral formula, 3
grams of Vitamin C split in 3 equal servings throughout the day,
200mcg of Chromium Picolinate, and essential fatty acids coming from
either fish oils, flaxseed oil or extra virgin olive oil. Also, for
convenience purposes a good meal replacement or protein powder is a
great way to add valuable calories and nutrients to your diet.

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Effects of estroven herbal supplement in men?

I have seen a few questions here recently about the effects of estroven herbal supplement in men.

Some of the answers seemed a bit off so as a gay male bottom who does take it I thought I would provide my experience with it.

First off, I have no intention to change my sex fully. The reason I started taking it two months ago was based on advice from a friend.

My goal is to generally soften my overall appearance and it has definitely worked.

I take two maximum strength tablets daily.

Contrary to what others say, I have actually lost weight, I went from about 165 to 148 in two months.

However, even though I workout a lot, mostly toning exercises, my bodyfat has actually increased.

My hips are bigger mostly fat and chest flabbier though my waist has actually gotten thinner.

Pre-estroven, my chest/waist/hips were 40-32-36, now its 38-28-40. I stand 5'7, so the hips actually appear larger.

Other side effects, less facial and body hair growth. I'm asian so I did not have much facial/body hair to begin with, now its even less.

Skin is much softer. Significantly reduced sexual desires – I used to get erections daily and masturbate daily, now its about once a week.

Penis actually shrunk a half inch from 5'" to 4.5", testicles smaller also. Also, my erections never get fully hard like before, now its semi-hard with a lot of effort.

For the people asking, estroven is actually a natural estrogen replacement for menopausal women, those with reduce estrogen.

So yes, it will increase the estrogen level in men.

But, its probably not strong enough for those that want to go all the way and change from male to female.

Ps:I'm not a very sexual person, but I get hit on a lot from gay tops even before taking estroven.

After taking estroven, I get hit on significantly more sometimes very aggressively.

I'm kind of picky so I ignore most, but be prepared for more attention if you are a bottom, sometimes unwanted…
One other point, I would only recommend it if you are a true bottom.

I personally get sexual pleasure from pleasing a top by letting him penetrate me anally or by providing him oral sex so its fine for me.

If you want your penis to get equal attention then don't take it as its very hard to get an erection.

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Who do you think your kidding? Transfolk have way too much experience with HRT supplements to believe this type of results in this amount of time and especially with herbals. Stop making such ridiculous claims before you mislead someone and they actually get hurt trying in desperation to duplicate you claims.

What are some good supplements for a 40 year old man?

Posted by Common White
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A general multi-vitamin is a good start. Also increased levels of C, and B. Add to that zinc, magnesium, iron and calcium. Then add in a high fiber supplement every other day.

What are the best supplements for men to take after 40?

I have seen ads for supplements that increase stamina, virility, energy, etc. But not sure if they are worth the money. Anyone have any suggestions?

Posted by recedingin SF
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I am a personal trainer and also am in your age group.In all my years I find that the best thing is to follow a good healthy diet (3 meals and 2 healthy snacks) and a quality multi-vitamin along with a good exercise program.
Hope this helps

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Unexplained weight gain?

I am a 24 year old female. I am overweight but I am working on losing it. I have been to a nutritionist and she gave me a food plan that worked wonderfully. I also go to the gym everyday and sometimes twice a day. After loosing 50 pounds I have now started to rapidly gain weight and I dont know why. I am following my food and exercise plan still and the fitness director and nutritenist have tried adjuting it but nothing is helping. I have allready called my medical doctor but I could not get an appointment for another week. What could be cauing this and has anyone else had this problem. I am very worried that I have a medical problem because there is a history of diabetis in my family. Could having low iron cause weight gain. My other symptoms include extrmem acne (never had this problem before), fatigue, breathing problems (could be caused by bronchitis), pale skin, and dry skin. SOrry for this being so long but I am concerned! Please help.
My diet plan has been adjusted allready many times to try and help this problem also my exercising is done with a professional trainer so he frequently changes up my workout
I am currently eating between 2100 and 2200 calaries a day. My foods consist of mostly fish, turkey, and chicken. Skinless. I also eat large amounts of leafy green veggies and fresh fruit. I exercise at least one hour of high intensity cardio per day. This was set up by a registed nutrietinest and a professional trainer.
I have a hormonal imbalance that caused the weight gain. The doctor is given me antibotics to alleviate the symptomes. He said my matebolism should be back to normal soon if I continue to eat right and exercise. Thanks for all the help. I wish I could select you all for best answer.

Posted by Asdfda A
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Going to the doctor is a great idea. Dont weight the sooner he can check you out the better. I do agree with the previous answers. Your throid is probably acting up. THe doctor will do a simple blood test that usually takes about 24 hours to get a response. There is no pain other than the one needle stick and thats not bad at all. Your gaining that much weight that quick is very dangerous especially to your heart and lungs. Its vital that you have medical care. The best diet you could be on requires no special viamens no majic pills or juices. Its simple. Eat only lean proteins such as skinless fish, chicken and turken. NO RED MEAT! Eat 3 servings of fresh fruit and four servings of dark leafy green vegetables. Avoid a lot of salt and dairy products. DO NOT DRINK OR INTAKE ANYTHING CAFFINATED. Exerscice is key to your success. You also need to drink at least 64 oz of water daily. Please be carful and do consult the doctor. You have far to many issues to keep going this on your own. Please post a response about what your doctor says I will be very interested to find out.

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How do i GAIN weight..Like 50 POunds?

Im currently 16 y.o i want to gain 50 pounds rite now i weight exactly 15 was 120?

Idk if i got fast metabolism but who cares i really wana Gain weight please help….
I wana be a light weight for my MMA fight before the tournament starts in about 6 months….. PLease help me idea tell me what to eat play sleep whatever it takes….?

Posted by STRYKER
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I can't really wrap my brain around people wanting to gain weight buy my son is a semi pro football player and is looking to try out for a college. He just started with a trainer and has been instructed to eat 4500 calories a day and work out 6 days a week. He's not supposed to do a running routine so he'll keep the weight on. 4500 cals isn't a lot considering that "we're supposed" to eat 2k cals a day and most of America is over weight – so what does that tell you? Do a search and see what you can find on high calorie foods and eat them as your "in between" meals. Eat a good breakfast, lunch and dinner with the in betweens and you'll see progress. I would seriously stay away from fast food though, it's high in fat and salt and it's not a good combination being that you're already forcing your body to do something it hasn't normally done. Weight gain shakes will do it too. GNC sales people, even if you don't buy stuff there, are full of info. Just don't fall for the vitamins thing – in nursing school we were told most of us get all the vitamins we need from our food already – if we eat relatively well. And always remember that what you gain now you will have to deal with later – including the eating habits.

50 pounds weight gain?? :(?

I am 33 weeks & 6 days pregnant . This is my first pregnancy , I have gained 50 pounds & i don't know why because I eat healthy & eat about 6 or 7 times a day . But when I eat it's like I Eat a salad or eat a apple & a peice of whole grain toast or a bowl of multi grain Cheerios. I just don't understand why I'm gaining so much! I was 118-120 before & now I'm about 170. Is it healthy to gain this much? I'm 16 . Almost 17 & I'm going to breast feed . Will I lose tha weight because I'm young & gonna
Breast feed? . Please help! & please no judgemental answers . Thanks.

Posted by kayla
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Not every woman keeps her weight after pregnancy, It should start coming off once your baby is out =). If you do keep any weight it wont be much unless you were already big to start.

Many things can cause the weight gain to stay though, such as postpartum depression, bad eating habits, especially not eating regularly. When you do this your metabolism will slow down to conserve any food (Stored as Fat) you put in your body. This would happen when there was a short supply in food, its a defense mechanism.

Also, drink alot of water and if you have any cravings, go crazy! As long as your cravings are healthy that is. You dont want to eat something that can hurt your baby.

You can always exercise once you have your baby. There is no need to go to the gym either. Buy some free weights (dont worry you wont bulk up like a man lol) they work much better than machines due to no restrictions in your movement. Watch your "form" and improve it to get the best results, if you feel pain in a certain position then re evaluate your form.

Once again, WATER WATER WATER and break a sweat! All the excercise will cause your skin to flush out toxins. Toxins are another thing that keeps people from losing weight / gaining weight for the skinnies. So stay hydrated so you can flush them out .

Try not to worry too much.You'll be fine.

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