Gainer food supplements
I am 18 years old soon 19 I am a man who weighs less than 60kg for 1m80 and I am seriously worried about my morphology because my BMI is below normal. I make the pool for 3 years (I have much taken stature during the first year and less in the other two years, but I was not at all taken by weight)
To counter this I bought myself in a fitness store, food supplements in powder form (turbo mass gainer powder 4 spoons in 2litres of milk) that I take twice a week when I go to the swimming pool (I do 2000 meters per hour ), in addition to that I complete with simple but effective muscle exercises at home (biceps, push-ups, legs, calves, abdominals),
Can I hope to gain weight thanks to this process that I have just started?
I hope so because for the moment all these efforts have been for nothing and I’m starting to get seriously drunk
If you want to gain weight, stop swimming, which burns you crazy calories.
Drinking 2L of milk a day is not good for your health
A spoon is not a unit of measurement, at least precise if it is a teaspoon or a tablespoon ^^
Replace your gainer with a better diet (which contains a lot more calories)
A gainer is useless if you don’t even know what you are eating.
In addition, a gainer 2x a week is not what will make you gain weight. ^^
When I get out of the pool after my 2000 meters and I look at myself in the mirror I can see that I am swollen, I have well-formed back muscles and the abdominals too, and during my first year in the pool I took in build (as I said above) I don’t see why I should stop, all swimmers have very nice builds, why wouldn’t it do it on me ^^
Your muscles are swollen due to muscle congestion due to exertion.
Lift 100x a weight of 2kgs with your biceps, your muscle will be swollen, it does not mean that you will take a turn once the congestion is gone.
Top-level swimmers, they have a very good build because they do weight training on the side.
I have a friend who is going to start swimming nationally and his trainer has asked him to start weight lifting.
So how do you explain that I got bigger (so that my muscles grew bigger) even after this muscle congestion, logically, the more you swim the more the muscles get used to the effort, and therefore grow bigger: /
you want mass. 6 meals per day
1 high quality gainer and not the serious mass or bullshit in the genre
the gainer 4 doses per day
of high quality amino acids also
German creatine monohydrate
of course if you train a lot
with this cure at the age of 20 I was pushing 145 kilo dc
2 years intensive 1m72 101 kilos
past this stage you think of steroids. not to do (I paid the price)
Considering the sport you do and the expense you have, I think you should accumulate:
I advise you to take the gainer every morning and before swimming pool sessions.
The WHEY to be taken only after the effort!
This combination should be effective I think!
Hi, so why did you build up the first year? Because your body was not used to it.
It’s a bit the same phenomenon that occurs when you do push-ups to start bodybuilding, at the beginning you will gain a little muscle (but very quickly you will stop progressing in muscle).
Your body having finally got used to it, swimming is not an effort which acts on the mass, but much more on endurance.
Besides that, it’s a sport that requires a lot of energy (in calories) and therefore forces you to eat more if you want to gain weight.
Supplements are “all well and good” but they are no substitute for good nutrition.
Swimming, more bodybuilding .. = great need for energy and therefore calories.
Boxers have the same problem with gaining mass, their training consuming a lot of calories, bodybuilding too, they are forced to eat more.
Put the extras aside (or at least don’t rely on them alone, you’d be disappointed).
Eat more and more often, it’s easier to eat 3000 kcal (this is an example) in 5 or 6 meals than just in 3.
Hello, I allow myself to intervene in this discussion that I found enriching, for my part even while eating I do not gain weight can you direct me on a food supplement on ..
Hi to you …
You say that even by eating enough you do not
gain weight, but are you sure you are eating enough? …
Start by calculating your DEJ (daily energy expenditure)
by going here
Then make a food plan , and calculate calories.
Here is a link to
download an excel sheet to calculate the calories of your meals automatically.
To gain weight you have to eat more calories than your DEJ (not 1000 more … 250 more will be enough at first)
Thank you for this advice, I will follow these sheets and take care of them seriously, I will contact you to confirm this future weight gain
I am a state certified sports coach. Don’t stop swimming, it’s nonsense to read that. Indeed there must be a concern at the level of your calorie intake. At this point, you have to readjust your nutritional intake according to your needs, but not the other way around by stopping playing sports!
Taking a gainer can be effective. Here again, you have to analyze your general diet and your body type. Can you tell us a little more? At the product level, there are a multitude of brands. Personally, I recommend the Jumbo Professional from Scitec Nutrition to my students,
see link . It is a quality product, very successful in terms of composition, and best-seller in France.