Weight gain tips
#1
Title is self explanatory, if you want to share any advise or tips on gaining weight... please do so here :)
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#2
I know that some people have a great problem with trying to gain weight.  Metabolism, medication, etc could be large contributors to the situation.  In my opinion working out could make you gain weight.  Sure you'll burn calories but if you lift weights regularly you will build muscles especially if you eat the right foods.  You would want to eat more protein if possible.  It's so easy to get caught up with eating out all the time but unfortunately fast food doesn't give you the proper nutrition your body needs.  For instance you need to intake more good fats (e.g. avocado, nuts, coconut/olive oil, etc).

#3
Food. Lots of.

#4
identityissues8 Wrote:Food. Lots of.


This and it's the first time I'm hearing of anyone wanting to gain weight, usually it's the contrary.

#5
Naiwen Wrote:
identityissues8 Wrote:Food. Lots of.


This and it's the first time I'm hearing of anyone wanting to gain weight, usually it's the contrary.


My answer was a bit of a gag.
Generally when a guy wants to gain weight they are talking about muscle mass.

It's quite common.

I just have no serious answer and had a funny that'd work.

#6
Sharon Wrote:I know that some people have a great problem with trying to gain weight.  Metabolism, medication, etc could be large contributors to the situation.  In my opinion working out could make you gain weight.  Sure you'll burn calories but if you lift weights regularly you will build muscles especially if you eat the right foods.  You would want to eat more protein if possible.  It's so easy to get caught up with eating out all the time but unfortunately fast food doesn't give you the proper nutrition your body needs.  For instance you need to intake more good fats (e.g. avocado, nuts, coconut/olive oil, etc).

Very detailed and helpful! thank you for sharing with us @Sharon

Naiwen Wrote:
identityissues8 Wrote:Food. Lots of.


This and it's the first time I'm hearing of anyone wanting to gain weight, usually it's the contrary.


That's exactly why i posted this @Naiwen as the case is usually the opposite to weight gain.
If you need assistance with anything, feel free to message me.

I am NOT a robot or am I?

#7
Sir Twisted Wrote:
Sharon Wrote:I know that some people have a great problem with trying to gain weight.  Metabolism, medication, etc could be large contributors to the situation.  In my opinion working out could make you gain weight.  Sure you'll burn calories but if you lift weights regularly you will build muscles especially if you eat the right foods.  You would want to eat more protein if possible.  It's so easy to get caught up with eating out all the time but unfortunately fast food doesn't give you the proper nutrition your body needs.  For instance you need to intake more good fats (e.g. avocado, nuts, coconut/olive oil, etc).

Very detailed and helpful! thank you for sharing with us @Sharon

Naiwen Wrote:
identityissues8 Wrote:Food. Lots of.


This and it's the first time I'm hearing of anyone wanting to gain weight, usually it's the contrary.


That's exactly why i posted this @Naiwen as the case is usually the opposite to weight gain.


Yes, I understand now.



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