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When should I start working out? As soon as possible. At 26 you still have the ability to quickly adapt to new exercise and develop muscle relatively easily. Is it better if I continued my strategy until I'm 65 kg for example? (FYI: I weigh 56kg now). Your weight is just a number that tells you how much of a effect gravity has on you. I suspect what ...


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With all due respect, you are wasting your time. This weight you are gaining is not the kind of weight you want to gain. As long as you do not train and you do not follow a strict muscle gaining diet all you earn is fat. It may not be visible (subcutaneous fat), but it is still there and this kind of fat is even more dangerous (visceral fat). Don't leave ...


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Stretch marks are a “tearing” of the layers of the skin (dermis). As you’ve already figured out, they’re usually the result of a rapid expansion of the skin surface and can have many causes. Unfortunately, since each of us is an individual, there’s no standard “rule” as to how much weight the body can add without resulting in stretch marks. Logic would, ...


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A good post workout meal is pizza. Pizza is high in both protein and carbohydrate. The protein will be used for recovery and for building mass, you may need additional protein depending on workout. The base of the pizza is your carbohydrate which will put the 'weight' you want to put on. Then the ham, sausage, pepperoni, Cheese is your protein value. For ...


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Eat more calories than you use and you will put on weight. With reference to gaining muscle by timing your meals: current evidence does not appear to support the claim that immediate (≤ 1 hour) consumption of protein pre- and/or post-workout significantly enhances strength- or hypertrophic-related adaptations to resistance exercise Just eat 5-15% above ...


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You look like you are trying to gain weight for whatever reason. Most sources state that when losing or gaining weight you should aim for a 0.5kg change per week. However, it is highly individual and you should diet plan to eat 10-15% above your Total Daily Energy Expenditure and then measure your weight change. Make sure your breakdown of protein, fat ...



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