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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.
If you don't want to read all correct but lengthy (like reading a book) answers, I explain in points: you have to exercise 5 days a week, you can increase from 5 mins cardio to 1 hour compound/mix exercise, enjoy doing exercise, give extra reps to in exercise which you like the most. Rest mentally and physically, just don't think about goal for 2 days. ...
Simply put there are no magic pills when it comes to gaining muscle mass, there are two important keys when gaining mass Which is first your nutrition. Your nutrition should be tracked using apps such as myfitnesspal (available on iPhone & android) this will ensure your eating enough protein to grow in the first place the second and less important ...
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