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Unread 05-28-2013, 09:59 AM   #1
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meal replacement shakes

Anyone use them if so did you like them and what kind?

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Unread 05-28-2013, 11:07 AM   #2
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When I used to take a mass gainer, I would add things like peanut butter, nuts, bananas, anything. Tasted pretty good, very nutritious, and suppressed hunger. I never really used them to replace a meal though. Just when I was hungry between meals.

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Unread 05-28-2013, 03:26 PM   #3
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Do you want to gain weight/muscle/bulk or do you want to lose weight/fat/belly?
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Trying to loose some while also working out
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meal replacement shakes are good in moderation. I am attempting to gain weight so I'm pounding on food and shakes every 3 hours. Best used on the go. Musclepharm is my company of preference. Good stuff and they push to get their stuff tested which is good. Stay away from muslcemilk...
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Gonna watch this. I need a way to put on some weight. I'm 6'3" and like 175-180 which is underweight for my height. Problem is I have a stupid fast metabolism so I can eat alot and not gain much.
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Gonna watch this. I need a way to put on some weight. I'm 6'3" and like 175-180 which is underweight for my height. Problem is I have a stupid fast metabolism so I can eat alot and not gain much.
I'm 22, 6'2" 165lbs. I feel your pain.
I would upload a nutrition/workout guide that someone sent me and that I did manage about 3 lbs off of in 3 months. Have to eat like a mofo. Pm if you want it.
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If you want size quick, do the Thor workout, I put on 8 pounds in a month.

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If you want size quick, do the Thor workout, I put on 8 pounds in a month.

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Putting weight on fast and putting in on right (meaning its mostly muscle and will stay on during a maintain/cutting phase) are two different things.
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Putting weight on fast and putting in on right (meaning its mostly muscle and will stay on during a maintain/cutting phase) are two different things.
You do the workout and tell me what happens.

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It has nothing to do with how effective the workout is. Any workout can and will be effective If you work hard, its a good workout and you eat right. don't eat right you won't gain weight, if you eat like crap you'll gain fat. Large amounts of muscle (less lean muscle) will shed quicker when you don't maintain. Lean muscle stays longer, and is far denser of a build.

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It has nothing to do with how effective the workout is. Any workout can and will be effective If you work hard, its a good workout and you eat right. don't eat right you won't gain weight, if you eat like crap you'll gain fat. Large amounts of muscle (less lean muscle) will shed quicker when you don't maintain. Lean muscle stays longer, and is far denser of a build.

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No ****. Have you even looked at it? Go to their website.

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No ****. Have you even looked at it? Go to their website.

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I haven't, as I said, as long as its not a crash and burn of a workout (which I doubted it was, othewise you'd see sh*t results not gain 10lbs. I was just stating the facts behind working out. And you may think "no ****" but not everyone knows as much about working out as you or I do.
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I haven't, as I said, as long as its not a crash and burn of a workout (which I doubted it was, othewise you'd see sh*t results not gain 10lbs. I was just stating the facts behind working out. And you may think "no ****" but not everyone knows as much about working out as you or I do.
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