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Old 06-19-2007, 06:16 PM   #1
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Default Hard Gainer, Doing it wrong?

I've been reading bodybuilding websites and bodybuilding forums for a while. I'm a natural sportsman. Played all kind of sports. Last year, I had my peak but if I knew what I know today, I could have achieved twice what I got.
After I graduated, life isn't the same and you kind of get loose. I'm now trying to gain weight, my diet is now more developed and I already feel the effects of two months of muscle building with whey etc.
Now, I feel I have reached the max. Everytime I "lift" I stay the same. Don't feel that growth anymore.
I'm 19, 1.72m and weight 57kgs. I train at home, as my objective isn't to be a world class lifter but get a good shape. I'm rather skiny as my body fat is very low, but the six pack cannot be seen (for example).
The help I would like from you guys is to gain a general boost. This is, I do pushups, with my legs raised, arms apart, arms close, everything. I pull myself in between chair, the one that works lats, triceps. For all of these, I do 3x15.
Do you think my body is getting used to the workout I do? I do vary everytime but there are a limited amount of exercised to do without weights.
What I feel is that I'm missing something on the equation. Is I did before, with the Whey. I think feel the problem is with what I do and how I do.
Thank you very much, firstly, for reading this essay, hihi; secondly for the help you may give me.

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Thank you,
Fred
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what's missing is weights!

get to the gym!

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Old 06-20-2007, 08:24 AM   #3
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Is that right?
Look at those guys from that brasilian dance/martial art, the capoeira. The have well sculptured bodies only from doing that dance.
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Look at those guys from that brasilian dance/martial art, the capoeira. The have well sculptured bodies only from doing that dance.
how do you know they don't lift at all??

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Look at those guys from that brasilian dance/martial art, the capoeira. The have well sculptured bodies only from doing that dance.
That may or may not be the case, i dont know. And I suppose if he wants a dancer type physique that might be a bit different but the guy said he wanted to gain weight which i took to mean add some muscle in which case doing bodyweight only stuff at home isnt going to cut it anymore so i'll stick to me original post and say get yer butt to the gym!

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