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... How many reps are best to gain mass? ... (12 replies)
... Hello everyone, I'm new to this board, so please bare with me. Okay, I am 18 years old, I am 6'0 160 Ibs. ... (1 replies)
... lbs ASAP. I have a lean body, but Im in quite good shape. Ive been told that I am quite ripped for my height and weight. I am just starting to get a 6pk into form. I have a few questions. ... (8 replies)

... Ilbs. I Have Been Lifting Weights For About 11 Weeks Now. I Am Now Lifting The Maximum Weight I Have Which Is 85 Ilbs. I Do Not Have Any More Weight To Add Even Tho' I'm Getting Stronger, And I Do Not Have Enough Money To Buy New Weights Or A Weight Set Or Go To A Bally's And Work Out!!! ... (0 replies)
... pounds. I'm not grossly overweight, but I do have some extra baggage I'd like to get rid of. I keep hearing the best way to burn fat is to do resistance training in order to gain muscle and raise my metabolism. However, I also hear that a person can't gain muscle and burn fat at the same time. ... (4 replies)
Sets/reps
Sep 26, 2004
... Well you can gain muscle mass either way. It depends more on what your going for...endurance or greater strength. If your going for endurance I would do more reps. ... (4 replies)
... that could be argued. It is the same with anything else in this world, be it medicine, politics, religion and so forth. There are many different schools of thought. ... (17 replies)
Weight vs. Reps
Jun 7, 2001
... is determined by how much VOLUME of weight you can lift, not how many REPS you can lift. So you're getting more endurance, but you're not going to gain muscle mass in the process. ... (6 replies)
... Basically, I'm seeking advice on how to tone up my body. Not put on mass or anything, just tone. Mainly arms, chest, abs, and legs. ... (9 replies)
Eating
Jul 5, 2004
... When trying to gain mass, Id's say absolutely eat before you workout. ... (12 replies)
... minutes as session. Be sure to stretch and warmup first. Building mass means same sets, lower reps with heavier weights. If all you want is strength, the first sentence is the way to go. ... (1 replies)
Sets/reps
Sep 25, 2004
... weight should I do to gain muscle mass? ... (4 replies)
Bicep curls
Jun 30, 2007
... I've never thought about increasing weight until now. Should I increase weight based on the amount of reps I do, or what? ... (2 replies)
... so how many reps do you do if you want to gain muscle mass? ... (13 replies)
... There's no way to determine how many calories per hour because that's based on your lean body mass. Two identical twins who both weigh 150 pounds may burn calories differently. ... (2 replies)
... First you really need to find out what body type you are for a better idea on how to lift especially as it relates to the rest between sets question. ... (10 replies)
... carbs to protein, this is a good combination for a bulking cycle as the calories help to pack on mass relax though as long as you weight train it will pack on as muscle. ... (7 replies)
... ------------------ Keep your body lean, your blood clean and your mind sharp. -Rollins (8 replies)
... It sounds like you are supplementing protein strictly with bars and shakes... I think it's time for you to consider another diet. ... (10 replies)
... I'd have to disagree with what EndorphinJunky said. In general, it is very difficult to gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. The reason is losing fat requires that you cut calories while gaining muscle requires that you add calories. ... (3 replies)




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