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Old 09-12-2008, 08:57 PM
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Alright, so ill just give a summary about what I eat, how I lift, and how much I lift and what gains I want.


Firstly, Iím 16 years old, 5'11, 165lbs when i wake up, and i lift seven days a week.

One rep maxs
Bench: 250
Full squat: 285 x3 (didnít do one rep max recently)
Clean: 195

My schedule is first day pushing (chest and triceps), second day pulling (back and biceps), and third day legs (all legs). Iím pretty sure this gives me a sufficient break in training so I can workout every day of the week.

I eat healthy most of the time and this is my usual meals throughout the day.

7AM - breakfast: three eggs
10AM - break @ school: protein shake and some fruit (i have weight lifting PE before break so i just drink some protein after)
12:30PM - one grilled chicken breast and some fruit
3:00PM - whatever food is at home, usually just some fruit or homemade meat

Gym from anytime between 3-8 (usually one and a half hours @ the gym depending on how much homework i have) protein shake after

A three egg omelet before i go to sleep


My gains wanted is just to loose a bit of fat and get my maxs to around these by July

Bench: 300
Squat: 365
Clean: 225+

Iím currently cycling CEE and bodytech pro 24 protein.



Can somebody recommend me a stack of supplements to reach my goals?

Thanks a lot if you actually put the time in reading this and helping me out
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:09 PM
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this is a little off topic but why are you lifting 7 days a week?
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Old 09-12-2008, 09:17 PM
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i feel like it?
i dunno i just rather be at the gym then sitting on the couch at home
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i feel you on that 100 percent. but you need to give yourself some time to rest. when you lift you need a balance of diet, routine and rest. rest is just as or if not more important than lifting itself.

so there are other thingss you can do at the gym that wont keep you sitting on the couch. use your off days for some good stretching, light weight cardio, playing basketball, swimming, all that good shit. thats stuff that is a workout or something that would keep you off the couch that aint to stressfull on your body.
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^^^ True that

Supplements aren't going to help you reach your goals. Reading the stickies in the different forums on this site might. Good luck
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Thats how I was myself when I was your age. Fact of the matter is that strength and size takes time, and patience is key.

I dont think you should go crazy on supps, stick to the basics. I would however change CEE for Creatine Mono and Dextrose.
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and is it anyway you can get your hands on somemore grub at home? it looks like you can squeeze some more food into your diet
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so no more supplements then?

ill do a bit more rest now, thanks.


and why should i take mono or dextrose? dont you have to take sugar for mono to effectively work?
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Dextrose and malto are carriers for the creatine. They are what let the body absorb it. I don't see anything wrong with taking those supps, especially the protein powder. And doing weights 3-4 times a week would be GREAT!
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i think you would be aight with supps bart, but i think you should try to iron out your diet first. it looks like you can eat some more grub. but you are 16 so its not like you would have crazy loot to buy it yourself.

would you be able to have access to more food than what your peoples might make for you in meals?
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