with good training and eating maybe you can gain 15-20 kg in like 3 years
protein, lift heavy, more protein and good foods
eat more healthy fats which is an easy way to boost calorie intake and not to feel full
for example avocado, olives, olive oil, peanuts, alomonds etc.
eat meat + eggs + 1 banana a day after workout/after physical activities
choose pleasant workout on youtube not to get discouraged and demotivated in the beginning, then try to increase the training level / frequency once you get adjusted
always these kids who think they will become hulk if they start working out LMAO
kids don't know how difficult it is do build a lean muscle mass
gym is for pussies who think being muscular will help them get girls
its all about personality and bank account
Be careful with your training and with the heavy lifting, you can get injure or damage your self like I did
testosterone propionate + oxandrolone + trenbolone + high carbohydrate diet. 2 months + gym every day = 10kg. of course with follow up by the endocrinologist.
6 months u can already see results, with good diet and regular workout.
1 year you can gain like 5kg or more and there you have your noob gains.
If you stop but still eat a lot of proteins, you can maintain your mass
there are bodybuilders who get injured and stop working out for months, but they remain huge
It will take a long time to see results, probably 6 months to notice the difference, so it's important you track progress by taking a weekly photo..
Get started, you won't regret it once you have gotten over the hard beginning
First eat and get fat, then build up muscles ez
results can be visible after 2 month of regular training and diet
buy mass gainer
Ez +10kg in 2-3 month
question 1: I dont know it depends on many factors no one can predict it through hltv
question 2: yes you will
Gonna be straight with you, its a long process and you will have to be patient. Its very individual in terms of time to reach a certain point. Workout over a long period of time (6 months?) and see where it goes, and then keep on going (until you hit maybe 9+ months). You need to eat more as you increase workload. Your diet is important. And yes, you will lose muscle mass if you stop working out (i think you might start losing muscle mass after 1-3 weeks of not training). Training becomes a lifestyle.
i got muscular after working out for a year, about 4-5 times a week. Yes it wil go away if you stop. But it gets back after working out again for a couple of weeks.
3-5 years, 4-5x week, 1-2 hour per session.
Each muscle group 2-3x(4 maybe biceps/rear+side delts) week. 10-25 total working sets per week per muscle, try to start at lower end then increase over the course of 4-8 weeks until you cant recover from the number of sets then deload start over.
50-100% compound movements 0-50% isolation/machine/smaller assistance exercises.
60% of time in calorie surplus, 30% of time in colorie deficit, 10% eating at maintance ish levels.
The most important thing EAT MEAT!
And do exercises like ABS , legs, arms and you will grow it. BUT EAT MEAT!
Just a tip: If you ate lots of protein and calories, but didn't workout, you would still gain more muscle than if you worked out without eating enough protein.
(Assuming you are still young)
take it one step at a time and don't focus on the gain cuz it will me minimal at the start.
well it took me 3 years to go from 55kg to 82kg
you will lose some of the muscle if you stop but it will be easier to get it back then to get it the first time.
if you are skinny just eat alot and work out 5 tiems a week. do a PPL program (push pull legs). do not overtrain. it is better to be consistent and go lighter than to go heavy and miss days because you are sore. i gained 40 pound doing this in 3 months. my friend gained 70 and is huge mens.
it is all about consistency and diet
Bro, you need to eat more.
I was 52 kg when i started going to gym its been a year and right now im 67.
Just eat 5-6 times per day, but good food. Some food that has a lot of protein in it, eat healthy, lift heavy, workout 4-5 days per week. Get a good sleep, by that i mean dont go to sleep too late. 00;00 to 07;00 in example.
You will be good, also protein shakes are good give it a try.
You can make a homemade protein shake with good calories, 3bananas, 2eggs, 2strawberries, peanut butter, milk. Drink it once per day, eat healthy food and you will be fine.
Also, stay hydrated.
First time I went gym I gained 10.5 kg in 4 months (11-12% fat). Then I had 2-3 years break and slowly lost everything I gained. Eventually I went gym again and gained 8 kg in 4 months (8-9% fat).
As a beginner you can get muscular pretty fast with proper training program, diet and recovery.
And yes, you need to keep working out if you want to maintain muscle mass.
Yyy just get some weight?
ask trainer to make you good diet.
Try to eat as much protein as you can.
Eat 2hours before gym, Drink pretein and vitamins after gym and after half hour eat again.
If you dont do much activity you dont eat food with high calories and carbs. Before sleep eat food that have almost no cals and other useless stuff, mostly protein and vitamins.
Also try use different exercises for each muscle every time you go to gym, that way muscles dont get used to stress. More stress = more effective training. fap a lot cause it boost your testosterone and more you have it the faster you gonna build muscles and burn fat faster.
I dont lift now for 3 years but i still have big chest, traps, arms, shoulders cause i fap a lot and have great genetics. Always looked most jacked in my school.
also dont even use preworkouts.
Im talking from experience...
I know it feels like being a god and even insanely helps for gaming, but its not worth it cause heart is taking lot of punishment from preworkouts.
What are your current weight/height
personally i work more than 3 year
Pay 50€ for a meal plan by an expert, pay another 50€ for a workout schedule and you will be ripped in no time.
Or buy the book My Shredded Lifestyle for 30€.
train 2 or 3 times a week(if the workout is intense, make it 2 times a week; if it isn't that intense, go for 3 times a week)
eat healthy(some say diet is the most important), make sure you eat meat, cheese, eggs and bananas
choose from lifting and calisthenics
from lifting you get stronger
from calisthenics you get stronger and you get more ripped and flexible
if you're new, I recommend lifting because calisthenics isn't for everyone
get an instructor or watch youtube videos
you'll see progress in 1 month and if you keep training you'll be stronger and more ripped
make sure you do some running as well
I gained like 10 kg in 2 months. Just eat you dont need a eating schedule. Just eat and train. If you dont eat you cant get enough energy to do the training. Trust me