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I am here to learn and hopefully share my exprience if it benefits others.


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comment Working out 5 days a week when following strengthening routines
Thanks for the suggestion @BackInShapeBuddy I will look at meditation/visualization techniques.
Oct
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comment Working out 5 days a week when following strengthening routines
Thanks for your response @coxnegative As I train in the morning, it gives me a good start for the whole day. I am hoping to train 5 days a week so I can relieve some of the stress at work and see some results in short term. Once I manage my stress levels, I am happy to train 3 days a week. As I live in England walking is not a good idea with the weather here. Let me know if you have any suggestions.
Oct
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comment Working out 5 days a week when following strengthening routines
Thanks once again @DaveLiepmann All of my time except training, sleep and a bit if reading is occupied by my work. As I am getting stressed due to work I am looking at concentrating more & better at training and see some results. I am hoping this will help me relieve some stress and translate some of the success at training to other areas including work. I train in the morning and then go to work. This gives me a good start for the day. As I live in England it's mostly raining and cold so walk is not the best thing to do. Do let me know if you have any suggestions.
Sep
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asked Working out 5 days a week when following strengthening routines
Sep
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comment Weight gained using GOMAD strategy
@mike it is looking very interesting and is aslo looking bad when you put it like that. I have started consuming 2 pints of whole milk and 1 pint of skimmed milk with my normal low fat, medium carb, high protien food a day. Its is around 3.5-4K calories a day with little more fat & more sugar than recommended levels a day. I will see how I get on and make changes appropriately. I do plan on to workout 5 days a week instead of 3, will be starting a thread on that. I appreciate your input.
Sep
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comment Weight gained using GOMAD strategy
Thanks @mike for the response. Will it effect the health like diabetes even if GOMAD is done for a month. 5000 calories is a lot to consume a day without the milk. What would you suggest then in place of milk to add the calories that's easily available/consumable as milk?
Sep
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Sep
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comment Are these Workout Routines right for Body Building
It is cheaper, thanks @DaveLiepmann
Sep
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accepted Weight gained using GOMAD strategy
Sep
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comment Weight gained using GOMAD strategy
Thanks @BerinLoritsch for providing the account of someone and also for providing detailed answers. It helps in terms of what can be expected as a result of this.
Sep
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comment Weight gained using GOMAD strategy
Thanks @DaveLiepmann for the detailed response and also alternative suggestions such as leangains, very interesting. I plan on to start GOMAD and see how I get on.
Sep
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comment Weightlifting alone
Thanks for links @MattChan very informative posts.
Sep
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comment Are these Workout Routines right for Body Building
Amazon UK does not seem to sell new ones anymore -amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/0976805421/… only old ones are availabe and seems expensive when compared to US. @DaveLiepmann do you know any place I can buy this other than Amazon?
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asked Weight gained using GOMAD strategy
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comment Weightlifting alone
Thanks @JustinHamade. fitocracy looks interesting, I will join and will give it a try. crossfitfootball seems to be related to football and strength training, I will keep an eye on it.
Sep
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comment Are these Workout Routines right for Body Building
Thanks Justin for the recommendation. @DaveLiepmann suggested it as well, I will buy it.