Why am I still a stick no matter how much I lift and?
What Girls Said 6
Draw a stick figure on your hand and hold it up whenever you talk to people, that way, you look more muscular than the stick :34
It's all about the reps. I have a friend who's a body builder and he said it's about the reps not sets. It's not just about how much you lift, you gotta start off somewhere and build your way up.
No one has time to judge at the gym. We go to the gym to do our sh*t, and then get on with the rest of our day.
Make sure you eat A LOT of protein like milk, MEAT!! etc. Also go to a fitness store and find the right protein powder as well. DONT EVER do steroids.
You're not eating enough1
What Guys Said 15
I think it takes some time and persistence. I'm skinny, and I've put on 5 kg in the past 6 months, without even eating that much...0
Genetics have a lot to do with. I can eat total garbage food and do the occasional half assed work out and stay strong, hard gainers aren't so lucky.
Eat like you're going to the chair, no cardio, lift less with more weight. That's probably the best way to get strong, functional muscle.0
It takes months to even start to see results and years before you get actual serious results. A few weeks of light lifting ain't gonna give you anything.0
It takes time to get results, you can't workout for a couple weeks and expect to be huge. The changes with be gradual.0
Oreos cookies have 140 calories for every 2 you eat. I believe in you. Just eat more cookies. Like 20 of them a day0
Many reasons maybe you aren't eating appropiately, lacking sleep, not using the proper techniques, etc.0
It is about rest at your age because your metabolism is so high. You are working out too much and eating too little.0
You have to eat. Eat more, fix your sleep schedule and make sure you have rest days.0
Nutrition is key man. Study nutrition and the human body.0
Not everyone responds to workouts the same. This is why steroids were invented.0
Bc your eating is off0
You need to eat more. If you don't you will stay the same or even lose weight.0
Stick to the basic compound lifts like deadlift, squat, bench press, bent-over row, over head press, etc... lift heavy and get plenty of rest.
Eat plenty of calories from foods like oatmeal, pasta, brown rice, beans, turkey, eggs, chicken breast, beef, cottage cheese, nuts, olive oil, peanut butter, etc.1
you've gotta eat a shit ton of food. that's a key thing beginners miss.1
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