Muscle gain.


Domari Nolo
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That's a good idea Branch.

Personally, I would skip over all the hard work, eating right and getting proper rest. That's just way too difficult. I would skip supplements also. Way too expensive.

Spend the money on muscle implants. Then you can look like Arnold and be as strong as a 12 yr old.


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Protein is the biggest thing, that and knowing what your doing in the gym. I’m not big in to a ton of supplements I drink whey shakes, use a multivitamin and fish oil and that’s about it.

A lot of my workouts revolve around functional fitness, running, rucking, lifting, and working out in armor. Right now I’m on a cut cycle (trying to loose fat after a bulking cycle) so my workouts revolve around a lot of cardio right now. When I bulk I tend to eat more carbs and protein along with a more lifting based work out program. It’s the fastest way to gain mass but you also gain fat so you need to mix in cut cycles to keep yourself trim and functional.


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I eat 1.75 grams of protein per pound of weight per day. Around 300 grams.
I workout daily. Cardio is a must if you want to be lean and vascular. My arms are like road maps. Can see all my abs.
51 years old.
I'm most impressed that you're able to eat 300 grams of protein a day.

How in the world do you manage that? I struggle to consume 200 grams a day!
So run through what those meals would consist of.
1st meal, protein shake. Between 12am-2am
2nd meal, protein shake. Between 3-6am
3rd, fruit smoothie with half scoop protein powder, 1/2 cup milk, yogurt, 3 types fruit
4th, 4-5 oz. chicken
5th, 6-8 oz. meat
6th, 3 hard boiled eggs
7th, chocolate milk with some cheese and maybe an ounce or 2 of meat
8th, pre workout with milk and 1 scoop protein powder
9th, protein shake
10th, dinner.

I don't eat very much processed sugar. I love sugar and sweets, potato chips, etc. If I have any, it's on a cheat day where I'll pick a meal where I'll eat what I want.
I hardly eat bad carbs also.