Have any skinny guys successfully gained weight and muscles?
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« on: March 05, 2017, 06:24:10 pm »

I'm thin and most of my fat goes to my stomach if I eat a lot. No matter what I do, I can't buff up my chest or arms. Any suggestions? I've tried working out and the powders, but it never worked for me.


« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2017, 05:23:09 pm »

do you mean that the most of fat just grows on the belley?
I think all of the human will like than. if you want to get a powerful arm or leg, just use it and it's better to have some additional weight when you do the workout. reduce fat, oil and suger in daily food.
if you can do something day by day you will get strong on it.


« Reply #2 on: March 14, 2017, 06:17:56 pm »

I'm sorry to say but you are probably doing something wrong if you're not seeing the results you are expecting. I used to weigh 20 lbs less with a BMI of 17. I started lifting weights and eating right and could see clear results after 6-12 months.

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« Reply #3 on: March 18, 2017, 07:33:22 pm »

Well the truth is it takes time. I get pissed off because most of the guys here can easily achieve the shape I would dream of in 3-6 months. Some guys are just genetically built for it, some don't. And that's probably dist and I. I had to put really a lot of work to do that. I gained 20kg but not in a single day or month. I just started to eat more, spend time with pushups and some occasional ABS. I'm still far away from what I want but everybody tells me I'm actually a whole different person.
You see muscles don't just grow from eating. You have to work out you have to have a good training system you have to have a diet to load some proteins cause if you eat fats and carbs that won't give you any muscles, so all those things contribute to a body. Obviously you did something wrong. But everybody does at first. It takes time and practice to know what's good for you and what you can and can't do. It needs work and dedication but the beginings are really pleasant when you see the effects. So man up and try again if you don't like your body.


« Reply #4 on: April 14, 2017, 07:43:48 pm »

Skinny people get the BEST muscles (largely because they're not obscured by a layer of fat, so especially abs).  I wish I had your problems!

But you do have to work out and get enough protein, and that means strength training.  At a minimum, push ups, crunches, planks and squats, with rest days in between.  No equipment required!  Past that, you could expand with a set of hand-weights for arm work (bicep curls) and an exercise ball for your crunches and plank. (very cheap)  You could also add pull-ups for back work.

There are a lot of online programs that will ramp you up gradually.  For example:

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