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    Hey


    I have an ectomorph body type, which means it's hard for me to gain weight, my metabolism is really fast and it makes it really hard. I was wondering if anyone here could help me out to gain weight/muscle with routines, diets etc.... I have tried a lot, but can't seem to gain even a pound..

    Ryan,

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    Try the formula Met-Rx, it gives you weight but it's muscle weight. You have to workout, you know, lift weights but you should be able to put on about 10 to 20lbs of muscle.

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      does formula Met-Rx have creatine? or how ever it's spelt. And, yea i do work out, i need some help with a good workout routine also, if possible

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        Originally posted by ryguyrocks View Post
        does formula Met-Rx have creatine? or how ever it's spelt. And, yea i do work out, i need some help with a good workout routine also, if possible
        No, no creatine. Try it with a bannana, apple juice and crushed ice. You can find it at GNC. What are your workout goals? Toning or building strength? It shouldn't be that hard to find a good workout routine. How old are you? Do you workout at home or at a gym?
        Last edited by Hardball; 11-26-2008, 03:32 PM.

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        • #5
          Im trying to build muscle/weight, so i guess strength.. Im 17, and work out at a gym.

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          • #6
            I'll have to answer you later when I have more time. The answer will be slightly detailed.

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            • #7
              Thank you very much

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                muscle building
                most effective weightlifting routines, exercises and diets
                Muscle building is not easy. If it was, everyone you know would be 250lbs of pure muscle. Muscle building takes time and effort, and if you aren't willing to dedicate your time and put in extreme amounts of effort, then you are wasting your time. However, if you fully understand the amount of dedication that is needed, then read on and lets get down to business.

                Muscle building requires 3 steps. Step 1 and the most important step is the weightlifting, which must be done correctly. This includes your workout routines and programs, as well as the actual exercises that you do. Your workout routine must allow your entire body to get the best workout it can (so that you are not overtraining), and you must do the most effective muscle building exercises. There are tons of different exercises and machines for each muscle group, but there are just 4 that have the greatest effect. These 4 exercises are your "compound" movements. Let me explain.

                The most effective muscle building exercises are compound movements. Compound movements are exercises that require your body to use more than one muscle. For example, bicep curls will only require your body to use your biceps. This is known as an isolation exercise. An exercise like the bench press, which mainly requires the use of your chest, but secondarily requires your triceps and shoulders is a compound movement. Including the bench press, there are 4 weightlifting exercises that MUST be included in your workout routines.

                The 4 biggest, most effective, muscle building exercises are Squats, Deadlifts, the Bench Press and the Military Press. All 4 are compound movements and all 4 are are extremely important to your workout. The main exercise of your chest workout should be the bench press, the main exercise of your leg workout should be squats, the main exercise of your back workout should be deadlifts and the main exercise of your shoulder workout should be the military press.

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                • #9
                  Building muscle...weight lifting routines, tips and nutrition

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                  • #10
                    Muscle Building | Tips On How To Build Muscle Mass and How To Gain Weight - Musclebuildingedge.com

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                      I just want to remind you that, eat what can bring much protein like fish, fish oil,... dont even try squash, No doubt squash (I love butternut) is good for you: 1 cup, cooked, delivers 214 percent of the recommended daily value for vitamin A and a third of your recommended daily dose of vitamin C. As far as “starchy sides” go, squash is a calorie bargain: just 80 calories per cup. (The same amount of sweet potato will cost you 180 calories. Not that there’s anything wrong with sweet potatoes. They’re a fabulous fall food too.) I also love to add pureed squash to soup: it makes soup creamy for few extra calories—and no extra fat.
                      Food choices also affected weight. Potato chips, sugar-sweetened drinks, processed meats and unprocessed red meat were each linked to weight gain of about a pound or more. Eating more french fries led to an average gain of over 3 pounds. Eating more refined grains and sweets or desserts led to about half a pound of weight gain. By contrast, eating more vegetables, whole grains, fruits, nuts and yogurt was linked to reductions in weight over a 4-year period. Yogurt led the pack, with an average of 0.82 pounds of weight lost.
                      https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/obesity...et-and-weight/
                      https://wikihomenutrition.com/squash-health-benefits/
                      https://www.nih.gov/news-events/nih-...rm-weight-gain

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