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Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:09 Quote
gabor wrote:
harlieandhis250 wrote:
crazygeorge wrote:
Not as much as gabor needs too Wink (only joking gabor)
On that topic, what happens to someone eating weight everyday with no workouts. Will they get fat?
Haha, no offense taken, you're right. I'm still undergoing operation eat-shitloads-to-try-to-gain-weight but I simply can't manage anything, my stomach capacity is too low. lol

I sat on my couch doing nothing for 2 years while injured (zero sport) and didn't gain a single kilo (in fact I lost some weight, but that was muscle).
Eat pasta everyday and hit the weights.

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:10 Quote
harlieandhis250 wrote:
gabor wrote:
harlieandhis250 wrote:
On that topic, what happens to someone eating weight everyday with no workouts. Will they get fat?
Haha, no offense taken, you're right. I'm still undergoing operation eat-shitloads-to-try-to-gain-weight but I simply can't manage anything, my stomach capacity is too low. lol

I sat on my couch doing nothing for 2 years while injured (zero sport) and didn't gain a single kilo (in fact I lost some weight, but that was muscle).
Eat pasta everyday and hit the weights.
I'm going to start getting into shape starting this week/weekend hopefully. Before I continue going to the gym I'd like to build up my back and shoulder muscles so I'm hoping to start swimming loads, and then it's time to hit the weights.

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:11 Quote
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Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:12 Quote
[Quote="gabor]I'm going to start getting into shape starting this week/weekend hopefully. Before I continue going to the gym I'd like to build up my back and shoulder muscles so I'm hoping to start swimming loads, and then it's time to hit the weights.[/Quote]Whats your height and weight?

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:15 Quote
15 posts, this is taking forever!

On a more related note, why do you want to put on weight by eating Gabor? I probably missed something but it seems weird just to do it because you want to bulk up.

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:18 Quote
gabor wrote:
Haha, no offense taken, you're right. I'm still undergoing operation eat-shitloads-to-try-to-gain-weight but I simply can't manage anything, my stomach capacity is too low. lol

I sat on my couch doing nothing for 2 years while injured (zero sport) and didn't gain a single kilo (in fact I lost some weight, but that was muscle).

If you have a fast metabolism then its going to be a couple more years before you'll be able to gain any weight. Up until I was around 21 I was about 6' tall and weighed in somewhere around 135 lbs, I ate constantly from the time I was 14 on and never gained any mass. When I did work out I gained lean muscle. Around 22 I finally started gaining weight and within 6 months went from 135 to around 165lbs.

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:19 Quote
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Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:20 Quote
harlieandhis250 wrote:
On that topic, what happens to someone eating weight everyday with no workouts. Will they get fat?

A lot of people that carb load do get fat when they slow down their exercise routine. I worked with a guy that ate a loaf of bread a day along with other meals and when he stopped working out, he still had the huge appetite but wasn't putting out the energy to burn the calories.

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:22 Quote
ezekiel wrote:
gabor wrote:
Haha, no offense taken, you're right. I'm still undergoing operation eat-shitloads-to-try-to-gain-weight but I simply can't manage anything, my stomach capacity is too low. lol

I sat on my couch doing nothing for 2 years while injured (zero sport) and didn't gain a single kilo (in fact I lost some weight, but that was muscle).

If you have a fast metabolism then its going to be a couple more years before you'll be able to gain any weight. Up until I was around 21 I was about 6' tall and weighed in somewhere around 135 lbs, I ate constantly from the time I was 14 on and never gained any mass. When I did work out I gained lean muscle. Around 22 I finally started gaining weight and within 6 months went from 135 to around 165lbs.

In order for you to gain weight, you need to consume 3500 calories that you don't use. For every 3500 calories saved, you gain 0.3 lbs.

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Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:23 Quote
it takes me nothing to add on muscle or fat weight.. but also takes nothing to take fat weight off again. As bad as it sounds I've tested it to the extremes.. put on 20 pounds over 4 months, took 30 off again in 2 months. I don't really care about my weight and don't try to gain or lose generally with an effect of losing like a pound a month... but I know if I want too.. it's easy peasy!

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:23 Quote
harlieandhis250 wrote:
Whats your height and weight?
5'8", 120lbs or so.

More than just "putting on weight" I'd like to put on muscle mass but obviously that won't work without eating somewhat more. I've found a correlation between my weight and the amount of times I get sick and I find that when my weight is on the lower end of the spectrum (it tends to change between 52-55kg) then I get sick a lot more easily, tend to feel less energetic, etc while the opposite occurs when I'm at 55kg.

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:30 Quote
Still a few posts to go.

Posted: Jan 26, 2009 at 12:35 Quote
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