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Hellstar
Wednesday, October 30th, 2002, 08:42 PM
What to eat without alot of fat!

If you wanna gain muscle Mass?

Post your advices here. I add some later..............

StrÝbog
Wednesday, October 30th, 2002, 09:06 PM
Eggs, beef jerky and cottage cheese. Especially cottage cheese.

Obergrenadier
Monday, November 4th, 2002, 10:14 PM
after workout i eat peanut butter and jelly sandwich on wheat bread and drink a protein shake :) well let me clarify, protein shake = whole milk and egg shake :D

Berserker
Saturday, November 9th, 2002, 12:43 AM
without the fat? Tons of non-fat milk, you can never drink enough!!! Drink like 2 gallons a day, if not more.

Egg whites galore, endless amounts. 3 times a day.


Low-fat turkey. I like to buy the turkey burgers, easier to fix that way. Eat loads of it!!!

Always drink water, like all day, constantly...
muscle is 70% water anyway.
I know bodybuilders live off of water when they're not eating.
A great thing to snack on is fruits, stuff your body full of this stuff, it will make your muscles very happy my friend.
If you're lifting on a regular basis, consume massive amounts of protein, insane amounts of pure protein is the ticket. At least 1-3 grams per pound of your bodyweight.







:viking

Hellstar
Saturday, November 9th, 2002, 02:24 PM
Berserker im in the process of writing some good products down so I havent answered the thread yet, but I would just like to say that your advices are real good, they are very fucking true............ Heil Power:viking

Mikhail
Monday, December 23rd, 2002, 05:13 PM
make sure you get at least 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight (if you weigh 200lbs, eat 200g of protein).

what sort of training routine do you use? do you use AS?

Hellstar
Monday, December 23rd, 2002, 05:36 PM
Originally posted by Mikhail
make sure you get at least 1g of protein per lb of bodyweight (if you weigh 200lbs, eat 200g of protein).

Yep if people do not know this then its very important to state. I look at this way, to much protein does not hurt because that way you make sure the body takes what it needs by itself. sometimes i just cant eat shit and it sucks.


what sort of training routine do you use? do you use AS?
I use mostly Pyramid training. where I add 12lbs each time.

For an example in this pyramid principle I take in shoulders military press (lift over head)

1 set = 12 reps (196 pounds)
2 set = 10 reps (208 pounds)
3 set = 8 reps (220 pounds)
4 set = 6 reps (232 pounds)
5 set = 4 reps (244 pounds)

Note that pyramid has many advantages,

instead of taking lets say 244 pounds in military 10 times, then I blast some fibres first so I can only take it 4 in last set. that is both good for the building process as it is for the sensation of the exercise as it is to prevent injuries.

PS: I Do same in all major exercises but those not major I take atleast 4 sets of 6-12 reps in, and then I sometimes run 2 split stress exercises in-between my normal routine, something like 2 fast acid sets with 20 reps in each stress exersize breaks the routine nicely here and there.

I was wondering what you meant by AS? Im not really into English slogans that much....

Mikhail
Monday, December 23rd, 2002, 05:42 PM
AS= Anabolic Steroids.

i use the pryamid system aswell. although i don't like to stick to anything too long because my body gets used to it and growth (or loss depending on what i want) slows down. i like super sets and drop sets also.

you are lifting some heavy weights on shoulders. what are you stats (height/weight/bench press)?

Hellstar
Monday, December 23rd, 2002, 07:29 PM
Originally posted by Mikhail
AS= Anabolic Steroids.

Well no I never taken or intent to take such. I do fine without:D

use the pryamid system aswell. although i don't like to stick to anything too long because my body gets used to it and growth (or loss depending on what i want) slows down. i like super sets and drop sets also.
EHH? what is it your want with the training to loose or to strengthen up? or to build alot of mass or strength? well if you trained for a period of time then I think Yes its a good idea you make stress programs which challenge the conform muscle building,

you are lifting some heavy weights on shoulders. what are you stats (height/weight/bench press)?
Ohh the reason I didnt give an examle with benchpress is because i wanted to get focus away from people always talking about benchpress as only power exersize.
I do fine in benchpress though. My height is a normal Hallstatt Nordics mans height. my weight is also around a normal Nordic mans weight. Im just abit more strong and flexed i guess :cool