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hi help with body supreme weight gain powder!!!

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gibbo1471
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2009/07/29 12:58:11 (permalink)
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hi help with body supreme weight gain powder!!!

hi i am quite new too this so please excuse me.
i am a 25 year old lad and i am wanting too put on about 1st in weight combined with muscle i find my selfquite skinny only 30" waist i am about 5"10 tall.
i have bought some of this powder from asda and just wondering what is the best way of taking this too gain most weight gain quickly i am sticking too a well balanced meals as well thanks.
directions state mix 5 tablespoons too 500ml of milk too make a shake and must take 2 shakes a day thanks all help appreciated

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    CitizenKane
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    Re:hi help with body supreme weight gain powder!!! 2009/07/29 13:20:53 (permalink)
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    I presume you're attempting to gain weight in conjunction with weight training, yes?

    Most guys will tell you not to bother with weight gainer shakes, they're overpriced. The best way to bulk up is to eat, so you need to sort your diet out before even considering any supplements. You want to go for 1g protein per lb body weight, and also plenty of carbs. As long as you're eating over maintenance (ie. eating more calories than you burn) then you will put on weight. Keep weights sessions intense, and around 3 times a week, and do cardio if you're worried about putting on fat.

    A supplement is used to supplement your diet, not replace it, so I would suggest using whey protein if you are finding it hard to get the required amount of protein from solid foods alone. Whey protein is also fast digesting so it's good to take straight after a workout. Don't bother with weight gainers imo. And I wouldn't buy any supplements from asda either, I'd go to a supplement shop or order from a bulk supplier online like Myprotein.

    Also, the word you're looking for is 'to', not 'too'. Don't mean to be rude its just really annoying.

    "Be adequate"
     
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