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I think it really depends on the results you're getting.You need to monitor your body daily. If you find that you are adding excess fat/adipose tissue, then you probably only need the excess calories (ie. weight gainer) on the days you train. I don't see the sense in adding extra calories if you are not going to use them. I tend to add extra carbs/calories ...
My big thing is. Im 20 years old im six foot one and a hundred and sixty pounds. My metabolism is so high that no matter how much I left I cant put weight on. All I do is cut up. And that's not what I want. I want to get up to 180-200 and then cut up. So I thinka mass gainer is great for me, but ththat's just my near sighted youth talking.
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