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Anybody else Bulking this winter?

I have gone from 205 to 238 in about 4 months with just eating alot and working out. I am surprisingly still trim still can see my abs and all but i can't wait to see what results I have gotten from this bulking phase when i begin trimming in may. Lets see if I can hit 240 or 245 by then too.


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i've gotten bulkier, but it wasnt exacly by plan. hahahaha!!!

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i've gotten bulkier, but it wasnt exacly by plan. hahahaha!!!
as long as you aren't getting bulkier in the mid section that is a good thing....

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204 to 238 in 4 months? Wow. I don't think thats possible with just food. Is your asshole sewn shut? Have you been shopping in the genetically enhanced bovine and produce section? Were you exposed to gamma rays, like the incredible hulk? Seriously, nobody cares if your on suplements or not. You can say so and still get congrats on the hard work.
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Sounds like a diet of 2grams of protein per lb of body weight along with a nice diet of EQ and Sust Congrats. I went up about 10 lbs over the last 2 months. It's all stickin' too, I am just hoping in a month or so when I try to diet down the muscle stays.
Congrats on the new found bulk.

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Ok...I'm confused That "kind" of mass gain can't be healthy?

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204 to 238 in 4 months? Wow. I don't think thats possible with just food. Is your asshole sewn shut? Have you been shopping in the genetically enhanced bovine and produce section? Were you exposed to gamma rays, like the incredible hulk? Seriously, nobody cares if your on suplements or not. You can say so and still get congrats on the hard work.
I am serious.... just food. and 2 48g 100% whey protein shakes everyday. Thats it. You would be surprised how much I eat. I am consuming over 5000 calories a day.

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Ok...I'm confused That "kind" of mass gain can't be healthy?
Well it is always a shock to the body putting it on that fast. My knees complain when i play basketball and my elbows complain cause i am lifting heavy. But it is the price you pay to see muscle gain.

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I believe it as I went from 145 to 165+ since about Nov. but once again, not on purpose.

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A little over 30 lbs in 4 months is fine, that's around 2 lbs a week which is normal for a bulk.

How are those stretch marks treatin ya?
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I would be careful with that gain that also more stress on you heart and joints.I use to be big in to weight lifting and you need to maintain if you don't you start getting fat. If train to body build I would get with a trainer.

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My brother bulked to over 300 lbs pretty quickly while college football...he's fluctuates between 250 and 280 now...very easy to put on wait in a positive (read, for a reason) way.

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Yea it's not outrageous. For people who train seriously it is possible to lose or gain 2lbs in a week...for the average folks, 1bs is it. So wanna lose 52lbs of fat? Plan on it taking about 52 weeks. Don't forget, what makes his weight gains realistic is the fact that your body gains things proportionally. Meaning that when you gain muscle, you will also gain fat...there's a whole ratio thing your body likes to keep. With additional muscle and fat, you'll have more water, more blood, etc...So it's possible to gain that weight overall...now if it was pure muscle, then you should look for who's sticking it in Heesh's ass in the locker room (I mean a needle of course)
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Yea it's not outrageous. For people who train seriously it is possible to lose or gain 2lbs in a week...for the average folks, 1bs is it. So wanna lose 52lbs of fat? Plan on it taking about 52 weeks. Don't forget, what makes his weight gains realistic is the fact that your body gains things proportionally. Meaning that when you gain muscle, you will also gain fat...there's a whole ratio thing your body likes to keep. With additional muscle and fat, you'll have more water, more blood, etc...So it's possible to gain that weight overall...now if it was pure muscle, then you should look for who's sticking it in Heesh's ass in the locker room (I mean a needle of course)
Mike, you'll really have to sit me down and explain the benefits and drawbacks of this kind of "bulking" adding that kind of mass in a short period of time cannot be healthy for your internal organs Or your joints, knees etc It might be fine for men in their 20's thru late 30's, but believe me your body does some weird shit once you hit 40 and now that I can see 50, coming up faster than I like, my main goal is to defy gravity and be in shape for riding. I thought Heesh was in great shape, I don't understand the benefits of getting "big" other than the "show" aspects. What am I missing?

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It's what should be under that spare tire you carry around your middle
hey! that's "insulation", perhaps you've forgotten the single digits from December...



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...., I don't understand the benefits of getting "big" other than the "show" aspects. ...

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A little over 30 lbs in 4 months is fine, that's around 2 lbs a week which is normal for a bulk.

How are those stretch marks treatin ya?
Actually i am lucky. I don't seem to get stretch marks.

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I would be careful with that gain that also more stress on you heart and joints.I use to be big in to weight lifting and you need to maintain if you don't you start getting fat. If train to body build I would get with a trainer.
Oh i am maintaining. I still play basketball three times a week for 2-3 hours each time. So I am still doing cardio. and like i said before I am still staying relatively trim and can still see my abs. ofcourse the love handles could use a little work. I do want to get my cholesterol checked though. and a general blood pressure check. but i really haven't felt any adverse effect from the weight gain besides being slower on the basketball court.

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Yea it's not outrageous. For people who train seriously it is possible to lose or gain 2lbs in a week...for the average folks, 1bs is it. So wanna lose 52lbs of fat? Plan on it taking about 52 weeks. Don't forget, what makes his weight gains realistic is the fact that your body gains things proportionally. Meaning that when you gain muscle, you will also gain fat...there's a whole ratio thing your body likes to keep. With additional muscle and fat, you'll have more water, more blood, etc...So it's possible to gain that weight overall...now if it was pure muscle, then you should look for who's sticking it in Heesh's ass in the locker room (I mean a needle of course)
Oh yeah i guarentee you it isn't pure muscle...definetly gaining fat too. the love handles are there and you can definetly see it in my face...but that is part of the trade off. it is easier to gain muscle and fat at the same time then just lean muscle. so you go through th bulking and then strip off the fat later.

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Mike, you'll really have to sit me down and explain the benefits and drawbacks of this kind of "bulking" adding that kind of mass in a short period of time cannot be healthy for your internal organs Or your joints, knees etc It might be fine for men in their 20's thru late 30's, but believe me your body does some weird shit once you hit 40 and now that I can see 50, coming up faster than I like, my main goal is to defy gravity and be in shape for riding. I thought Heesh was in great shape, I don't understand the benefits of getting "big" other than the "show" aspects. What am I missing?

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Honestly this is my first time trying this kind of bulking. I figured since it is all natural and I love to eat i would give it a shot. I have been working out for what seams like forever (actually only 8 years) and I have seen great results. Just want to see what my body can do if I push it a little more without chemicals. Its just a personal challenge like Vcook said. I would never want to be huge like the professional body builders. My goal is more like that of a football player. Strong, fast, agile. Might as well make the most of what God gave me while I still can right?

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Honestly this is my first time trying this kind of bulking. I figured since it is all natural and I love to eat i would give it a shot. I have been working out for what seams like forever (actually only 8 years) and I have seen great results. Just want to see what my body can do if I push it a little more without chemicals. Its just a personal challenge like Vcook said. I would never want to be huge like the professional body builders. My goal is more like that of a football player. Strong, fast, agile. Might as well make the most of what God gave me while I still can right?
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