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2014/10/14 12:30:07 (permalink)

Hypercaloric Diet

Hello! My name's Francisco and i need some help here! My height is 1,67m and my weight is about 50kg, and I wonder if someone has a hypercaloric diet plan and could give me, please, because I think thats what i need to gain some weight!
 
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    Re: Hypercaloric Diet 2014/10/14 14:05:09 (permalink)
    Welcome to MT.
     
    What is your current diet like? Do you train? Age? History? Medical conditions? 

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    Re: Hypercaloric Diet 2014/10/14 14:33:06 (permalink)
    get yourself some knowledge on nutrition by reading the nutrition articles here:
     
    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/articles/articles-bodybuilding-nutrition.aspx
     
    This will give you the tools to know what you need, as opposed to what you think you need.
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    Re: Hypercaloric Diet 2014/10/14 20:26:21 (permalink)
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    Welcome to MT.
     
    What is your current diet like? Do you train? Age? History? Medical conditions? 


    I dont have any type of diet currently and i dont train too. I'm 20
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    Re: Hypercaloric Diet 2014/10/14 20:42:11 (permalink)
    Are you planning to start training? or join a gym etc
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    Re: Hypercaloric Diet 2014/10/14 22:28:47 (permalink)
    indie
    Are you planning to start training? or join a gym etc


    yes, i have all i need in my house, like a gym, and i 
    'm starting to do some gym
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    Re: Hypercaloric Diet 2014/10/15 08:59:41 (permalink)
    So what do you eat on a daily basis at present? 
     
    Have you done any research into good nutrition, and nutrition for a weight trainer? Any ideas or plans at all? 

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    Re: Hypercaloric Diet 2014/10/15 09:14:13 (permalink)
    Hi nunees, and welcome to MT.
     
    You don't need a 'hypercaloric' diet.  Just eat right.  I imagine your diet must be pretty poor to weigh 50kg, so just by consuming about 2500 cals per day, you will gain, if not increase it.  You then increase this as your weight gain starts to level.
     
    The problem you may have is building an appetite, although this should improve as you start to train.  You may find it easier to eat smaller meals frequently (5 to 7 times per day).  These can be large snacks between your meals.
     
    The key is consistency.  You need to maintain the same calorie intake every day (even when not training, the lack of a post workout shake will reduce the calories enough without reducing food intake).  You see so many individuals who struggle to gain weight who claim they eat loads.  In reality they may have the odd binge day but then eat about 1500 cals per day for the next few days.
     
    Remember to eat breakfast every day, and have a protein shake or natural yogurt with some peanut butter before bed.

    Lifter, bare foot runner and founder of nuutrii, a free recipe analyses tool for athletes.
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