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Gaining weight?
Gaining weight?
1/28/13 10:27 AM
I've been working out consistently for about three years now, I'm in great shape, but I want to put on ten to fifteen pounds of muscle, as I have always been rather thin/lean. How would I most efficiently go about that?
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RE: Gaining weight?
1/28/13 10:33 AM as a reply to Luxon.
Check out the body beast program. You have to eat at a calorie surplus which if you are thin like me will take a lot of calories. I'll send you a buddy request. I know some coaches that can help you a ton.
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RE: Gaining weight?
1/30/13 10:06 PM as a reply to Luxon.
Hey Luxon, Beachbody has a couple awesome programs to put on muscle and add definition. It depends on how you want to get to your goals. Each program takes a little bit of a different path to get there. Also, your diet will be key in adding muscle.
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RE: Gaining weight?
1/31/13 5:49 AM as a reply to Luxon.
Body Beast my friend! To gain muscle mass you got to lift weight and eat a lot! I was in the same situation that you are about 6 months ago and my body really changed with body beast. I have gained 6 pounds on my first round and i'm up 7 pounds on my second round.

You can check out my transformation video with body beast and if you want more information about body beast let me know, i have added you as a buddy.

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RE: Gaining weight?
2/1/13 9:27 AM as a reply to Luxon.
Your training will be made up of lifting heavy, less reps, and limiting your cardio. Try for the 8-10 rep range. If you know your caloric maintenance level, add 300-500 calories. You need to run a calorie surplus to put on muscle but not so much where it's all fat. The goal is to gain 1 lb of muscle a week. Any more than that and it will be fat.

Coach Matt
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