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Old 09-20-2006, 07:39 AM
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Hi everyone i have a simple question and plz i need an answer my body not very nice but acceptable and i need to get some extra muscles and like to hear from everyone how could i increase my body in weight so i'm plaining to begin playing bosy building and taking some proteins. I have another question the proteins ( powder) have any - effect ? just need opinions plz
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Old 09-20-2006, 09:02 AM
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Read the following...

For How to Gain Weight/Add Muscle: Bulking Guide
Background Info on Whey Protein: Whey Protein FAQ

In order to support muscle growth you will need the extra protein, so yes a protein shake would be a good idea along with an increase in solid protein foods.
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Here are a couple of articles I have written you may want to look at too:

Protein Drinks - why they dont work

Secret to getting big huge and massive

I have put on 73KG of muscle since I started training and these articles tell what I did to gain that size.
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Protein Drinks - why they dont work

I have put on 73KG of muscle since I started training and these articles tell what I did to gain that size.
Good article. In other words, protein shakes DO in fact work, especially for postworkout nutrition, BUT you should always practice consuming whole foods.

Deceptive title.
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Good article. In other words, protein shakes DO in fact work, especially for postworkout nutrition, BUT you should always practice consuming whole foods.

Deceptive title.
I think I get more readers with that title - though it is true. The way most people ABUSE protein drinks then they won't work.

When you USE protein drinks they are a great benefit

BTW I like your sig. I think I'll add it to the random quotes on my website if you don't mind.
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I think I get more readers with that title - though it is true. The way most people ABUSE protein drinks then they won't work.

When you USE protein drinks they are a great benefit

BTW I like your sig. I think I'll add it to the random quotes on my website if you don't mind.
I'd be honored. It's an original.
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