Teenage Hardgainer Workout and Diet
by Raul Hope
(St. Kitts & Nevis (Caribbean))
Questions about Teenage Hardgainers, Workouts, and Diet:
Okay, so I'm 16 years old but I'm 6"2 and slim (I don't wanna get any taller so I don't mind if going to the gym stops your growth).
I would like to know what should I eat and how should I exercise considering the fact that what I eat depends on what is provided for me.
How important is more food intake in the process of weight gain, and if I do not eat as much as I should what would be my outcome.Answers:
"What should I eat?"
High protein foods, whole unprocessed foods, fruits, vegetables, whole grains.
"How should I exercise?"
Intensely! Change workouts every few weeks. Offer the body high reps and lows reps to target every muscle fiber.
"How important is more food intake in the process of weight gain?"
All food is not created equal. More is not always better. And weight gain could be fat gain or muscle gain, so all weight gain isn't created equal either... Healthy food in moderate portions eaten 6 times a day is plenty.
"If I do not eat as much as I should, what would be my outcome?"
That would depend on the demand of your training. Harder training requires more food intake.