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    The 2 Most Important Keys to Gaining Weight

    The 2 Most Important Keys to Gaining Weight and Size
    by Shawn LeBrun
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    While working as a personal trainer, I spend most of my time helping people generally lose weight or get leaner for upcoming bodybuilding shows.

    But I also get many emails each week from people looking to GAIN weight and size, not lose it.

    Because I've learned over the years the most effective methods for losing weight and toning up, I've also realized that there are certain steps you must take for gaining quality weight and size.

    You cannot just leave the process to chance, you must do certain things to get the added weight and size you want.

    I thought for a while what the most important steps were to gaining size and weight and I came to the conclusion that there were 7 things you HAVE to focus on if you want to add some good size and muscle weight.

    Many people make weight loss and weight gain much harder than it has to be.

    The only three areas that really need to be focused on are:

    1. Nutrition
    2. Cardio
    3. Weight training.

    Of course, the tough part is learning the correct amounts and methods of each of these.

    Out of the 7 things you must do to gain weight, there are two things that are probably the most important things you can do to add size.

    The 2 most important things to gain weight and add size are:

    1. Lift heavy weight for lower reps.

    It's no secret that muscle growth is stimulated from lifting progressively heavier weight over time.

    One of the quickest ways to increase the amount of weight you lift is to lessen the amount of reps and increase the amount of weight.

    If weight/overload is what grows muscle, you are better off doing 6 reps with 150 pounds than you are 10 reps with 100 pounds.

    Light weight for high reps will not create enough overload to the muscles to force them to respond and adapt by getting bigger.

    If you're after added weight and size, I'm sure you'd like the majority of that new body weight to be muscle, not fat.

    So to get big, you must lift big.

    That is one of the biggest keys to gaining quality size.

    2. The second most important key to adding size and weight is to make sure you are eating enough calories.

    Weight loss and weight gain is calorie driven.

    You will NEVER lose weight by consuming more calories than you burn off and conversely, you will not gain weight if you do not eat enough calories.

    Weight loss is created by creating a calorie deficit. When that happens, your body burns the excess calories that are stored as body fat for fuel/energy.

    To add size and weight, you must create a calorie surplus.

    If your body requires 2000 calories a day just to maintain its current weight, you will not gain weight if you are only consuming 1800 calories.

    Start taking in a little more than your maintenance amounts.

    Use meal replacements or protein shakes to add some extra, quality calories.

    Start eating 2200 calories a day for the first week and test your results.

    If nothing happens, go to 2400 calories.

    Adding calories a little at a time will allow you to find that number which will allow you to keep adding weight without taking in so many calories that you quickly start adding a lot of fat.

    Adding good, quality weight takes some time, but you can speed up the process by ensuring that you are taking the necessary steps to gain weight.

    Two of the most important steps are to lift heavy and to consume enough calories to be used for gaining muscle and weight.

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    Nice, logical, and pure.Well around here during the seasons you can grow your own food, which costs less, still beef and poltry can cost a bit.I found that periodizing certain exercises can also assist.I do it with my biceps and triceps.Good article.-Christoph
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    ok number one.. lifting heavy wieghts do help overload muscle but is not all you need. THer ismore to growth than the 6-10 rep range. YOu need to incomrpeate the higher reps as well the 10 -20 reps even in the ovvseason. THe lift heavy to gain and light to cut is a myth. there has to be a middel ground, both in a good training split.. use hady for compound movemets and isolation use varying reps and failer.

    Trainning is the number two priority in off season bodybuilders. Eat you ass of and grow. Evey tro hours , hor and a half, maybe twice you bmr jsut eat quality calories. Supplamenting with a wight gainer to get excess calories only if you can comsume as much as you shoot for.

    Sleep is improtant, you can be a party animal, sleep at least 8 hours a night. Dont worry aobut those nights when you sleep 15 hours or whatever becaue those greatly outnumber the all nighters.

    Supplaments are the last step, no juice unless you have at elast 8 year of traiinign under you belt but that is still pushing it. Creatine, i have yet to take it but will start loading tomorrow. Wey is necessary but only 10% of your protine should come from wey.
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    Re: The 2 Most Important Keys to Gaining Weight

    Originally posted by LeBrunFitness
    If weight/overload is what grows muscle, you are better off doing 6 reps with 150 pounds than you are 10 reps with 100 pounds.

    Light weight for high reps will not create enough overload to the muscles to force them to respond and adapt by getting bigger.
    No, with this logic you have to max out. Do only 1-rep sets.
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    Originally posted by cbear
    ok number one.. lifting heavy wieghts do help overload muscle but is not all you need. THer ismore to growth than the 6-10 rep range. YOu need to incomrpeate the higher reps as well the 10 -20 reps even in the ovvseason. THe lift heavy to gain and light to cut is a myth. there has to be a middel ground, both in a good training split.. use hady for compound movemets and isolation use varying reps and failer.

    Trainning is the number two priority in off season bodybuilders. Eat you ass of and grow. Evey tro hours , hor and a half, maybe twice you bmr jsut eat quality calories. Supplamenting with a wight gainer to get excess calories only if you can comsume as much as you shoot for.

    Sleep is improtant, you can be a party animal, sleep at least 8 hours a night. Dont worry aobut those nights when you sleep 15 hours or whatever becaue those greatly outnumber the all nighters.

    Supplaments are the last step, no juice unless you have at elast 8 year of traiinign under you belt but that is still pushing it. Creatine, i have yet to take it but will start loading tomorrow. Wey is necessary but only 10% of your protine should come from wey.
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    Originally posted by .BrokeN.
    Are you missing keys on your keyboard?

    Bump...If you can't complete a correct sentence you shouldn't post advice. People have trouble accepting advice from someone whom has yet to graduate from middle school. lol
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    Re: Re: The 2 Most Important Keys to Gaining Weight

    Originally posted by laugh n rolling
    No, with this logic you have to max out. Do only 1-rep sets.
    No no no. Tell me, what will build more mass? 5 sets of 10 reps with 200 pounds? Or 10 sets of 5 reps with 250 pounds of the same exercise. The second one will. Similar intensity, higher volume, more muscle fibers worked.
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    I know this may not apply to everyone but when I started working out I was doing 3 sets of 8-10 on every exercise. I was getting more ripped but was not getting stronger or bigger. I than saw someone post on this board that they new this guy who was huge who only did 1 set of many exercises 3 timer per week. So I thought I would give it a try. I started out 4 weeks ago doing 1 set for isolated muscles and 2 sets for workouts that affected multiple groups. For example: Bench-2 sets 8-reps (not simultaneously), db curls 1-set 8-reps , db reverse curls 1-set 8-reps , db flies 2-sets 8-reps , standing rows 2 sets 8-reps , tricep extensions 1 set 8-reps, and so on. The only supplement i am taking is whey protien shakes twice per day.

    In the 5 weeks I have been doing this workout the weight i am using has gone up dramatically. And I have gained 10 lbs lean mass.

    This is how my sets started out and what they are at now.
    Bench (narrow grip)
    Started out at 135 now:205
    db Curls
    Started out at 25 now: 45
    db Reverse Curls
    Started out at 25 now: 45
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    Started out at 55 now: 100
    db tricep extensions (one armed from standing position)
    Started out at 20 now: 40
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    Stared out at 30 now: 50

    As you can see, the gains have been great and it has been a real confidence boost to finally make good gains. I hope this will help someone out.
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    Good advice, repped
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    Interesting read. Cheers
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    Nice post - simple and to the point.
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    thanks for posting this, good read.
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    Good advice, I know alot of people this would help.
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    Originally Posted by Iron Rain View Post
    No no no. Tell me, what will build more mass? 5 sets of 10 reps with 200 pounds? Or 10 sets of 5 reps with 250 pounds of the same exercise. The second one will. Similar intensity, higher volume, more muscle fibers worked.
    Depends on ratio. Lifting with a 5:5 second ratio (positive:negative) will create more stimulus than a 1:1- even with less weight.
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    Excellent Post
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    Nooice stuff. Will keep in mind when I'm bulking.
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    LOL it's rude to try post a direct contradiction on someone's thread, specially when you massacre your own post. The OP's advice was solid and is a quite accepted and practiced method. If there's anything that's certain about bodybuilding it's that there are many seemingly contradicting theories that work! Pretty sure Kris Gethen believes in low reps for size, high reps for cutting. Ever try his DTP plan?
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    I agree with this article completely. Lifting lower reps with higher weight works phenomenally!! As I build my client base, (currently acquiring my personal training certification), and help random people out with stuff in the gym they always seem shocked when I tell them to lower the reps and higher the weight. Even when people are cutting I strongly suggest not to do light weight extremely high reps. I know people that will only do 20% of what they were doing for upwards of 30reps per set! Completely unnecessary! Lower the percentage to maybe 65% of what you were doing and increase the reps a little bit. This will keep your muscles rock hard and give you those awesome striations! I'm just rambling now sorry!!! But all in all this article is just great! Thank you OP for posting it!
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    nice tips
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    Good read.

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    nice and to the point, helpful article
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    Originally Posted by jrpestana View Post
    Bump...If you can't complete a correct sentence you shouldn't post advice. People have trouble accepting advice from someone whom has yet to graduate from middle school. lol
    Hahaha yeah it is hard to take someone seriously when they are arguing with a post and cannot type properly. Plus, I don't think bulking vs. toning strategy is a myth.
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