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Unread 03-12-2013, 08:59 PM   #16
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Any suggestions for seasoning?
God provided enough seasoning in the meat itself. I never season steaks

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Unread 03-12-2013, 10:20 PM   #17
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For those that say they can't gain weight, try eating what u would normally eat on a given day but weigh your food. You might be surprised that u aren't eating as much as u "think" you are. If u find that u are eating what u think u are and are just burning thru your surplus, bump cals even more. Having trouble getting all that food down, try olive oil. A little goes a long way
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Unread 03-13-2013, 08:02 AM   #18
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God provided enough seasoning in the meat itself. I never season steaks
Yep. Just a little bit of salt an pepper.

And of course it's up to you but as far as how I like mine cooked I'd go with not. If my wife had a nickel for everytime she's heard "My steak's almost done." before they even hit the grill....ahahahah!!

One word: Ribeye. Chuck eye is also a much cheaper fatty delicious cut . Just make sure it has "eye" on the end of it because HUGE difference between it and chuck steak.
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Unread 03-13-2013, 09:17 AM   #19
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Yep. Just a little bit of salt an pepper.

And of course it's up to you but as far as how I like mine cooked I'd go with not. If my wife had a nickel for everytime she's heard "My steak's almost done." before they even hit the grill....ahahahah!!

One word: Ribeye. Chuck eye is also a much cheaper fatty delicious cut . Just make sure it has "eye" on the end of it because HUGE difference between it and chuck steak.
Now I want steak haha. And I typically like mine medium to medium rare.

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Im 145. 5'6'' and cant put on weight to save my life. If you lift even and you dont get big at least you can still get strong as ****
I was in the same boat till I was about 21, then my metabolism crashed and I gained a lot of muscle. Sometimes its just not in the stars for you to be big till you're a little older.
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Unread 03-13-2013, 09:21 AM   #21
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I have a Foreman grill but it just sucks the flavor out.

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I thought so too, marinade for about 24 hours with italian dressing and you'll change your mind
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Unread 03-13-2013, 09:26 AM   #22
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I thought so too, marinade for about 24 hours with italian dressing and you'll change your mind
I'll give it a try. My problem is I never remember to do that. I always think "I'm starving" so I just make a burger or something.

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I thought so too, marinade for about 24 hours with italian dressing and you'll change your mind
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Unread 03-14-2013, 10:28 AM   #24
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Downloaded the myfitnesspal app. Looks cool so far. Should keep me on track nutrition wise. I want to be 180 and I set it to gain a pound a week. So 3000 calories a day here we come.

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I used that for awhile and it helped a lot actually. I kinda forgot about myfitnesspal
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God provided enough seasoning in the meat itself. I never season steaks
Aging the steak beats seasoning the steak. I like mine to age in the fridge for at least a week before I cook them.....yummy.
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Beast leg day today. I was only able to do RDL, leg press, and calf raises, but I still have trouble walking. FST7 on leg press absolutely destroys your quads.

However, once again, I feel really dizzy again. Like every other leg day. It may be because of my concussion and pinched artery a few years ago. I don't know. I always stay completely hydrated and take enough of a rest. Any suggestions?

Also, my gainer is almost out and my C4 is one solid block. I think I'm going to try ON new Pre, but any suggestions on a new gainer? Beyond Raw is terrible...

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I still maintain gainers are a waste. As for the C4, just shake the **** out of it.

Re. the dizziness: you probably need to eat more. Whatever it is, however, just listen to your body. If you're lightheaded take a break.

Also be careful doing FST7 on leg press because if you do fail it could cause some serious injury.
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I still maintain gainers are a waste. As for the C4, just shake the **** out of it.

Re. the dizziness: you probably need to eat more. Whatever it is, however, just listen to your body. If you're lightheaded take a break.

Also be careful doing FST7 on leg press because if you do fail it could cause some serious injury.
Should I get a different protein other than my 100% whey for post workout? Or just use it? An ill try that with C4, but there's not much left anyway.

I eat a lot, before and after working out. It's only on leg days I feel like this. I'll try eating more though. Couldn't hurt.

And I only do about 50% of my max on the FST7 just to wear them out. I'm able to do all seven without struggling. I did 15 reps at 50% instead of 10 at a higher weight. I only do this for legs though.

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Do you use 100% whey or a gainer?

There's nothing wrong with regular whey protein. I just don't see the point of using ones that are sold as "weight gainers."
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