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#2746 - anonymous (06/28/2012) [-]
Okay so I'm 18 and 170 pounds with a height of 6'3. As you might imagine, I'm quite skinny. I'm sick of this terrible weak figure and I want to start getting "big". However, I'm not sure where to start? I know my diet must first be changed, but I'm not sure what to change it to? Not even sure what vitamins to be taking. I know I know there's no miracle answer, but can someone lay it out flat for me? Thanks!
#2789 to #2746 - foreseeker (06/28/2012) [-]
This is the diet im talking about
User avatar #2787 to #2746 - accdodson (06/28/2012) [-]
If you have been skinny all you life, it is very possible that you have a body type that is not prone to gain muscle mass. If you do gain muscle mass, your body may not look like the toned body builder you wish to become, you may just look lanky and overgrown. However, it is impossible to know for me to know for sure, obviously. If you want to start building muscle you should buy a protein powder (do not be concerned with fat content at your weight, actually the higher the fat concentration the better) to be taken during workout, some glutamine powder to be taken during workout and before bed, and eat whatever the fuck you want as long as it isn't cake and ice cream. as far as a workout regimine, you should talk to someone in person.
User avatar #2751 to #2746 - hybridboxll (06/28/2012) [-]
You shouldn't need any vitamins if you're eating balanced. Maybe some Omega-3, but the rest comes from a good diet.

I strongly advice you to go to a nutritionist; since diets need to be customized for:
1) Your current body composition (body fat %, lean muscle, etc)
2) Your exercise regime
3) Your Basal Metabolic Rate
4) Your goals

Since we can only know two of those through the internet you're better off talking to someone in person.
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