What's a good diet for bodybuilding nothing too crazy just what to eat and what not to eat and how much of a portion to gain mass and not be skinny anymore?
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For "not to be skinny" you just need to eat more.
I always got bad looks from people that were trying to lose weight when I said that trying to gain weight is not much more fun than losing weight. Both require discipline and a healthy diet. Gaining weight requires you to eat more frequently and when you are not feeling hungry which in the beginning will feel bad but you'll soon get hang of it if you just stick with it.
It depends on your goals. Personally, my goals are to gain weight.
My diet matches many bodybuilder's diets pretty well. I'm not too strict though, it is easily do-able.
Workout time! - (This time varies depending on my routine for the day)
Just maintain a high-protein diet similar to this and I believe you will be satisfied!
Saturday: (or the day you rest)
Edit: I should also greatly emphasize the importance of drinking plenty of water.
I have seen a lot of personal gains using this diet. I have gained 40lbs in the past 2 years. (from 120-160) I'm 20 years old and 5' 11".