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Old 09-11-2011, 03:53 PM   #151
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damn this GOMAD thing sounds good. i have a high metabolism and it's extremely hard for me to eat a lot .. i've been hovering around 120 lbs for a year and a half now, no significant gains/losses. every time i try to eat more, my body just won't take it and i'll feel like puking it out

this diet is probably gonna give me a pot belly or some shit .. but idc, i'm tryna gain weight gonna give it a try
my freind says the same thing and ill tell u the same thing

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I have been doing Stronglifts 5x5 since Nov 2010. I did GOMAD and went from 175 to 185 lbs at 6'0"

As of Sept 13th, 2011 (All 5x5 except deadlift 1x5).

Squat has gone from 160 -> 260
Deadlift 135 -> 300,
Bench Press 130->185
Overhead Press 95-> 125
I am sitting at 185 right now and will probably do GOMAD again to get to 195 then cut again. Fun times.

I would recommend Stronglifts 5x5 and GOMAD to anyone. I had no problem with 4L of Homo milk a day. It actually gets easier and you end up craving milk!
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Old 09-21-2011, 08:24 PM   #153
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I personally think a large portion of gaining weight is to do with diet and like sleep. When I dont get much sleep I feel as if I tend to gain more like fat, feel more exhausted overall and have worse skin (don't ask I hate it...)

Or...you could just go the supplements path and load up on creatine and heavy protiens like (seemingly) the majority of people trying to gain weight.
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I personally think a large portion of gaining weight is to do with diet and like sleep. When I dont get much sleep I feel as if I tend to gain more like fat, feel more exhausted overall and have worse skin (don't ask I hate it...)

Or...you could just go the supplements path and load up on creatine and heavy protiens like (seemingly) the majority of people trying to gain weight.
You wont gain much oh protein powder
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I have been doing Stronglifts 5x5 since Nov 2010. I did GOMAD and went from 175 to 185 lbs at 6'0"

As of Sept 13th, 2011 (All 5x5 except deadlift 1x5).

Squat has gone from 160 -> 260
Deadlift 135 -> 300,


Bench Press 130->185
Overhead Press 95-> 125
I am sitting at 185 right now and will probably do GOMAD again to get to 195 then cut again. Fun times.

I would recommend Stronglifts 5x5 and GOMAD to anyone. I had no problem with 4L of Homo milk a day. It actually gets easier and you end up craving milk!
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Those stronglift routines actually work?
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Yes. Stronglifts is very legit.
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I get people telling me I look bigger all the time. It gives you a strong core and wider back/shoulders. I love that it is 3 days a week. I use a spreadsheet to track my progress.
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I have been doing Stronglifts 5x5 since Nov 2010. I did GOMAD and went from 175 to 185 lbs at 6'0"

As of Sept 13th, 2011 (All 5x5 except deadlift 1x5).

Squat has gone from 160 -> 260
Deadlift 135 -> 300,
Bench Press 130->185
Overhead Press 95-> 125
I am sitting at 185 right now and will probably do GOMAD again to get to 195 then cut again. Fun times.

I would recommend Stronglifts 5x5 and GOMAD to anyone. I had no problem with 4L of Homo milk a day. It actually gets easier and you end up craving milk!
GOOD JOB MAN, u are doing what many can't do
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Thanks a lot halo and strykn.

Every time I thought I was going to hit a plateau, I would rest for a day and break through within a couple of trys. Stronglifts takes time and perseverance, but it definitely pays off.
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i think after reading ame's post, im pretty set on trying 5x5. for some reason, my routine just seems so monotonous now after getting back from a small break.
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Seems like a lot of people are trying to break the 3 plate deadlift and squat plateau.
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Jer you won't regret it. I like it that it's 3 days a week. You always have at least 48hrs rest between workouts to recover. It's also motivating every time you set a new personal best.

Yep I am trying to break 3 plate deadlift. Tried it tonight for the first time and only did 2 reps with bad form.
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