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It was talking about t levels not bulking up on it
oh ok, I thought you were talking about (cut and paste from your question) "... How much muscle can he expect to gain..." The answer is none.
also that guy in the photo looks fine for his age. I was kind of skinny like that when I was younger and then I started beefing up when I began fighting fire but I'm glad I didn't mess up my metabolism and chemical imbalance myself with steroids. I have a buddy on them and he says he's probably messed up for life. Like some other people said, it's better to go natural than the "easy" way because there really is no easy way and you end up paying for it.
How much muscle did U gain
Hmm, hard to say. I suppose if we assume that I was at around 20% body fat then probably 30-40lbs of muscle. Could be less than that... but I did see dramatic changes in strength too, starting off being unable to bench a pair of 40lb dumbbells. I tried to consume 200g of protein and 4000 calories on a daily basis.
And how exactly do you eat 4k calories
@Warmapplecrumble Some actual bodybuilders eat way more than that. 'The Mountain' from Game of Thrones claims he eats 10,000 calories a day over the course of 6 meals. That man is 6'9" and almost 400lbs though. But just to put things in perspective, my breakfast would often include a protein shake, yogurt, oatmeal with blueberries and cream, and 4 eggs. I'd make sort of raman concoction as a snack... 2 packages of raman, some eggs or a can of tuna, as well as some cheese, resulting in a 1100+ kcal meal or so. A single protein shake can easily be up to 500 calories, since milk is calorie dense. That was one of my least favorite things about working out... always feeling full and bloated.
Thanks for explaining ☺️