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    My body will not gain weight, I need help

    For the past 2 years I have been stuck at 180 pounds. I have stopped doing cardio. I eat at least 8 - 9000 calories a day.
    Morning
    5 whole eggs
    2 pieces of toast with peanut butter
    3 cups of OJ

    Mid Morning snack
    Tri-Oplex bar
    1 cup of yougart

    Lunch
    Home made Roast beef sandwich with swiss cheese
    2 cups of fruit
    2 nature valley oat and honey bars
    Tri-Oplex bar

    Afternoon snack
    Tri-Oplex bar
    cup of yougart

    Before work out snack
    cup of peaches with cottage cheese

    Dinner
    half pound of chicken with 2 servings of rice
    salad
    green beans

    before bed
    protein shake

    THIS IS STARTING TO GET VERY EXPENSIVE.
    I finally tried a cycle of IP 50 mg dbols, and I blew up 15 pounds
    I loved it. But now I have lost 10 pounds.

    Anyways now I need supplement help again, Will someone please help!
    Very frustrated with my progress, and pissed off at my genetics.

    Sorry to bitch but please help.

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    8-9000 cals per day???????????? OK


    Well anyways welcome to AR. Post this up in the diet forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trails5050
    For the past 2 years I have been stuck at 180 pounds. I have stopped doing cardio. I eat at least 8 - 9000 calories a day.
    Morning
    5 whole eggs
    2 pieces of toast with peanut butter
    3 cups of OJ

    Mid Morning snack
    Tri-Oplex bar
    1 cup of yougart

    Lunch
    Home made Roast beef sandwich with swiss cheese
    2 cups of fruit
    2 nature valley oat and honey bars
    Tri-Oplex bar

    Afternoon snack
    Tri-Oplex bar
    cup of yougart

    Before work out snack
    cup of peaches with cottage cheese

    Dinner
    half pound of chicken with 2 servings of rice
    salad
    green beans

    before bed
    protein shake

    THIS IS STARTING TO GET VERY EXPENSIVE.
    I finally tried a cycle of IP 50 mg dbols, and I blew up 15 pounds
    I loved it. But now I have lost 10 pounds.

    Anyways now I need supplement help again, Will someone please help!
    Very frustrated with my progress, and pissed off at my genetics.

    Sorry to bitch but please help.
    Bro welcome to the board first of all. Now what makes you think there is 8-9000 calories in that diet. From my reckoning you would be lucky to be getting 3000. You only do one protein shake a day, you should do at least three or four. You need to be getting about 150G of protein per lb of body weight a day. There is no doubt in my mind you arnt getting enough food.

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    sup bro i had exactly the same problem and the same body frame, its taken me a while to realise but it was totaly down to my diet and lookin at yours it seems you have the same problem. at the end of day if ya got the right diet and training 'ROUTINE' down you will grow, unless there are any medical reasons. i belive sean w meant 1-2grames of protein per lb of body weight per day :spudnikli

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    Quote Originally Posted by AVAGO
    sup bro i had exactly the same problem and the same body frame, its taken me a while to realise but it was totaly down to my diet and lookin at yours it seems you have the same problem. at the end of day if ya got the right diet and training 'ROUTINE' down you will grow, unless there are any medical reasons. i belive sean w meant 1-2grames of protein per lb of body weight per day :spudnikli
    Yeah sorry bro you are right, 1-2 grams , but then again you will be definitly getting enough if you do 150

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    Yeah sorry bro you are right, 1-2 grams , but then again you will be definitly getting enough if you do 150

    np fella i know ya know ya s**t ya got the credentials a glitch in the matrix or suttin lol

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    There is noway you are even eating 4000 cals a day.........eat 8 small meals thru out the day.........supplement whey shakes in between.......wrong forum.............welcome though.

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    did you use pct?

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    perhaps you are not resting enough? or perhaps you are not putting full effort into your lifting..therefore not much insulin is released, or perhaps you were losing fat and gaining muscle? try some weight gainers aswell.


    (faster way to recover about 10mins after your work out is to have 2 tins of tuna in one,then a while after have a protein drink..have some anti catabolics..few hours later some L-glutamine :-) you should recover 1-2 days after weight training)

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    Welcome mate! great choice of forums!

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    Welcome to AR. I would recommend doing some serious reading and research. There is a ton of valueable info here. I have a few questions for you: How old are you? How long have you been running your higher calory diet? Are you using a journal to track your training and meals taken each day? Are you monitoring your progress - weekly and monthly. It is very helpful to create a baseline (where you are today) to best track your results going forward (whether positive or negative) so that you can make appropriate changes. It also makes it easier for you to asked targeted questions for you to get the best answers.

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    Im sorry it took me so long to say welcome, ive been pretty sick. welcome to the site, i am the official greeter. for help or any questions feel free to pm me and i can direct you to the thread

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    Welcome. That diet you laid out is NOT 8000 calories or even close. You are undereating. Bump it up to 6000 REAL ACTUAL CALORIES and you WILL gain weight...I guarantee it.

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