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Old 02-10-2013, 12:09 PM   #16
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Is the goal to build muscle or purposely get fat?

Your statement is very broad. I agree that what you eat in particular isn't very important, but just saying eat whatever a lot is just a lazy way of going about things.
not to agree with you...but also if you eat real crap it will also tend to impede a decent workout.....like chocolate cake is going to send your blood sugar flying around....mcdonalds is going to make you feel like shit in general....
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What the jesus.
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:15 PM   #19
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Is the goal to build muscle or purposely get fat?

Your statement is very broad. I agree that what you eat in particular isn't very important, but just saying eat whatever a lot is just a lazy way of going about things.
You could call it lazy, I call it focusing on what's important for a 17 year old boy who's working out but isn't building muscle like he wants to.. eating too much is seldom a problem at that age if you're physically active.
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You could call it lazy, I call it focusing on what's important for a 17 year old boy who's working out but isn't building muscle like he wants to.. eating too much is seldom a problem at that age if you're physically active.
but if he eats a ton of donuts and doesnt up his protein at all its not the best method....i would say he can be somewhat free in what he eats...but should still make sure he gets in more protein with that....
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You could call it lazy, I call it focusing on what's important for a 17 year old boy who's working out but isn't building muscle like he wants to.. eating too much is seldom a problem at that age if you're physically active.
I would also call it ignorant and dangerous.

You do realize your way of thinking, the "just eat whatever however much you want" attitude is why there is an obesity epidemic? Filling kid's minds with this crap of being young and having a fast metabolism so food isn't important is making everything worse.

Don't you think it's a good idea to work out roughly how many calories you think you may need and try to fill in those numbers with food instead of just eating whatever?

Such poor advice on this board. It's unreal.
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Old 02-11-2013, 08:34 AM   #22
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I would also call it ignorant and dangerous.

You do realize your way of thinking, the "just eat whatever however much you want" attitude is why there is an obesity epidemic? Filling kid's minds with this crap of being young and having a fast metabolism so food isn't important is making everything worse.

Don't you think it's a good idea to work out roughly how many calories you think you may need and try to fill in those numbers with food instead of just eating whatever?

Such poor advice on this board. It's unreal.
I agree with you in general that it's important to eat the right things and the right amount. When it comes to most people however what they eat is really the least of the problems (if muscular weight gain is the goal), it's the fact that they don't train hard enough. And if they do train hard enough they've been taught to watch what they eat so they over think it and end up shafting themselves by not eating enough to facilitate weight gains.

My post was poorly thought out and presented, I should have but emphasis on the training part. It's just that this food hysteria is annoying me, when all it comes down to in most cases is just people don't lift heavy enough. Christ, I see people in both boxing and weight lifting gyms who end their work outs without a drop of sweat and then go make themselves a protein shake. It just pisses me off.
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I agree with you in general that it's important to eat the right things and the right amount. When it comes to most people however what they eat is really the least of the problems (if muscular weight gain is the goal), it's the fact that they don't train hard enough. And if they do train hard enough they've been taught to watch what they eat so they over think it and end up shafting themselves by not eating enough to facilitate weight gains.

My post was poorly thought out and presented, I should have but emphasis on the training part. It's just that this food hysteria is annoying me, when all it comes down to in most cases is just people don't lift heavy enough. Christ, I see people in both boxing and weight lifting gyms who end their work outs without a drop of sweat and then go make themselves a protein shake. It just pisses me off.
Fair enough. This I agree with.
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I just realized that I just clicked on a link sending me to look at pictures of a shirtless boy standing front of a mirror....
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Like most fighters, you have no chest.
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Old 02-12-2013, 08:27 PM   #26
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Lift weights 3x a week and make sure you eat enough of the right foods, simple.
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Like most fighters, you have no chest.
Eh! Mainly the smaller weights?
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Old 02-13-2013, 12:41 PM   #28
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You really need to change your underwear, sooooo drab.

Try something like these ruskie bad boyz......Gotta luv turquoise!

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Pfft. All about Gunman undies.
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Work hard and eat a lot. Don't care about what to eat just eat and train.
Terribly in accurate... diet is everything when it comes to building and developing muscle...
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