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Old 11-08-2009, 06:04 PM   #1
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Hey, I've been lifting for roughly five years now and am looking to take it to the next level. Nothing dangerous or extreme, i've just never taken supplements other then whey and i want to become more aesthetically pleasing.

I'm 17 (I mostly ran and did workouts using my bodyweight {pushups/pullups/and such} untill i turned 15)
Weight: 160
Height 5 11

Bench: 285
Squat: 355
Clean: 225

Pullups (dead hang): 27
Pushups (chest to ground): 91

Money is not an issue. Can somebody please reccommend me a supplement stack or various supplements that would help me gain around 20lbs of muscle by april/may?

Thank you!!
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Old 11-08-2009, 07:19 PM   #2
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more food is the best bet.
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Old 11-08-2009, 07:54 PM   #3
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sorry I forgot to add that I eat alot.

typically 3 eggs for breakfast
random fruit and cottage cheese at 10ish
two chicken breast sandwich for lunch
gym and protein shake after
normal dinner
typically some more cottage cheese before bed

I'm not really going to change the way I eat. I'm just looking for supplemental help.

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Old 11-09-2009, 06:57 AM   #4
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that's really not a lot of food. supplements aren't magic....the only way you get bigger is to take in more calories.
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Old 11-09-2009, 01:25 PM   #5
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notice how I posted my thread in the supplement section and not the nutrition section. I'm asking for supplements to help me build muscle; not magically make me massive.

if I eat much more than what I eat now, I put on alot of fat.

can anybody reccommend SUPPLEMENTAL help? I hear creatine is good but what else is there?
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notice how I posted my thread in the supplement section and not the nutrition section. I'm asking for supplements to help me build muscle; not magically make me massive.

if I eat much more than what I eat now, I put on alot of fat.

can anybody reccommend SUPPLEMENTAL help? I hear creatine is good but what else is there?
You're a retard. You can't gain weight without eating more (ie a caloric surplus). Pity just gave you good advice and you acted like a smart ass turd. No supplements are going to make you bigger unless they have plenty of calories, in which case you're better off eating more whole foods. Go read the stickies. There is plenty of good advice there. If you do that and learn something, then maybe you won't look like a moron the next time you post.

Let me translate this whole conversation you had with Pity to something a 5 year old can understand:
You: I want to win the lottery. How do I do it?
Pity: Buy lottery tickets.
You: I said I wanted to win the lottery, not buy lottery tickets.
Me: You're a retard.

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Old 11-09-2009, 08:10 PM   #8
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{inb4 bad spelling/grammar. I typed this up on an itouch}

I post on this forum seeking helpful advice. Seems like there are just assholes here. I post the exact same thing on another forum and people recommended various types creatine, NO, and amino acids, saying what each of the supplemets do. Eating a tub
of cottage cheese a day, chicken, eggs, and drinking lots of milk is more than enough for a 17 year old person. I have an incredibly slow metabolism so I already have to do enough cardio to stay skinny. I don't want to be some fat shapeless gym junkie which is exactly what I would become if I ate much more

definatey no useful help from this forum for what I requested. sure I would gain more weight by eating more. that makes perfect sense and I understand that. but to stay with 4% bodyfat, I can't.

your the retard. but thanks for the obvious information!
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First , how many calories are you taking in ?

Now - What supplements are you currently taking ?

If none then get some protein powder , Multi Vitamins , creatine ( bulk mono ) , fish oil.

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Old 11-09-2009, 09:55 PM   #10
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THANK YOU! somewhere between 3-4 thousand daily. currently just taking whey gold standard
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