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Old 12-12-2009, 12:02 PM   #1
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hey! i am basicaly new to working out/body building.... ive been working out every day for 3-4 months now.... the only thing ive try so far is tribulus (took for the first month) i take whey protein after every workout and sometimes if i get a food craving because it supresses my appetite
my diet is very good (i am a chef) so i know exactly what i am intaking and what i need to add to my diet if anything extra is needed... unfortunatly being new to the gym, i dont really know what suplement i should be taking or what my body needs to grow more.... i have seen IMMENSE improvement in my bodys physique and in my stamina and mental health (i used to be over weight lost weight then started to go to the gym to make sure i wouldnt gain it again)

take in mind that ive only been training for 3-4 months and i am not overweight... my muscles grew fast! and then seemed to slow down quite a bit (almost like a plateau effect)
what should i be taking?
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Old 12-12-2009, 02:29 PM   #2
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how much do you weigh and what height are you? how much protein carb's and fat do you eat a day?
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and are you really working out EVERY day?
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yes i do infact work out every day some days more intensly then other but in some form (i also have cardio days where i might work my abs also abit
i weigh 165 pounds and im 5' 11" i consume around 1500 cal a day and carbs are pretty random at times.... i dont know how much i should be injesting
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i injest around 130-150g of protein a day
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that's too low...and so are your calories
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that's too low...and so are your calories
haha yeh i kinda figured that lol do you recommend any numbers???

i hear 2000 to 2500cal

and around 250 g of protein? (just a guess)

should i take anything else other than protein? i know i get almost all my nutrition from FOOD but is there anything i could throw in there to help me out a bit?
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Don't worry about supplements just increase your food ( total cals )

Start with 2900 cals and go up from there. .

If you really want supplements go with

Protein powder
Creatine ( mono )
Fish Oil
Multi Vitamins

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Don't worry about supplements just increase your food ( total cals )

Start with 2900 cals and go up from there. .

If you really want supplements go with

Protein powder
Creatine ( mono )
Fish Oil
Multi Vitamins

2900? sounds good..... do you have recommendation on the amount of protein?
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1.5 to 2 g per pound bodyweight works pretty good for a lot of people.
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