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... Try some higher calorie protein shakes. You can buy the powder at your local grocery store or at a vitamin store. Mix it with milk... ... (4 replies)
Shakes help?
Aug 13, 2011
... I don't recommend protein shakes. ... (2 replies)
Shakes help?
Aug 12, 2011
... Because if it's not, then my next question is basically pointless. Anyway, I play Soccer and do cross country daily, as well as working out with weights almost every day, but I've only noticed slight changes in looks, but not when it comes to my weight. ... (2 replies)

... Reflex Instant Mass is a high calorie meal replacement powder. It contains high levels of protein and carbohydrates with low levels of fats. The carbohydrates are provided by barley and oats, giving it a very low glycemic index, to minimise fat gain. ... (18 replies)
... I ended up losing 2 pounds over the course of it, but I did gain quite a bit of muscle mass which might contribute to why it's been so hard for me to gain it back now. I've cut out the cardio workouts and am just doing the yoga video and the weight training ones three times a week. ... (12 replies)
... What is a good target weight for me? ... (1 replies)
... pounds, but have lost weight these past few years. I'd like to gain back some weight a bit, since I'm 6'2". ... (5 replies)
... It's okay in moderation, but drinking a LOT of beer can cause weight gain, even just once a week. I'll admit that when I drink, I binge drink. I used to do this about once a week when I was in college. Weight loss was very difficult! Now I drink maybe about once every 2 weeks and find it easier to stay in shape. ... (8 replies)
... and believe it or not, I've gone up quite a bit in calorie intake, but have yet to gain weight. I am actually having trouble getting myself to do so. ... (4 replies)
... I completely agree with what Shane has said. The only time I was able to gain weight and keep it on was when I began a regular exercise routine and WEIGHT training. ... (9 replies)
... etc will tell you you need carbs and fat to build muscle mass as well as protein. You'll need alot more carbs than protein though to put on significant amounts of muscle mass, and men will benifit from not overly restricting healthy fats too. ... (22 replies)




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