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    Oct 28, 2010 1:04 AM GMT
    Hey guys In 22, 135lbs and 6 feet tall. Today while walking through the lunchroom at work I was being criticized because I am 'skinny'. What food should I eat to get some weight on? What home workout routine should adopt?
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    Oct 28, 2010 1:15 AM GMT
    damionja saidHey guys In 22, 135lbs and 6 feet tall. Today while walking through the lunchroom at work I was being criticized because I am 'skinny'. What food should I eat to get some weight on? What home workout routine should adopt?

    Exercise and the weight will come.

    Does this help for working out at home?

    http://www.realjock.com/article/825/
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    Nov 02, 2010 3:30 PM GMT
    if u like to keep ure self fit...excercising daily will do u good....
    okay now the difference between all the three is that

    tightening ure muscles can be done simply by doing light excercises....like jogging , a few squats and aerobics....even yoga
    this will tightened the muscles on ure body...make u look fit....and look active...

    losing weight can be done by doing strenous excercises like swimming, skipping,cycling....jogging for more than 20 minutes a day... losing weight can be done by controlling ure diet....eating less fatty foods...eating green vegetables having cereals and porridge for breakfast...
    though i wouldnt suggest that u loose weight.......

    body building =increasing muscle mass, increasing weight and height if possible....this can be done by doing specific muscle building excercises like bench press,dumbells rolls ....etc....also eating food products that have a high protien content....like red meats...if ure a non vegetarian or soyabeans pulses legumes and protien drinks....

    hope the advice helps u out with what ure looking ofr










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    Nov 02, 2010 3:33 PM GMT
    If you eat more calories than you burn, you'll gain weight. If you eat fewer calories than you burn, you'll lose weight.

    Using your favorite search engine, this site, or many others, search for "weight gain diet", "bulk up diet", "sarcoplasmic hypertrophy". There's lots of information regarding your topic a few clicks away.

    Working out at home is a general plan for failure. Very few home facilities are adequate, even on a good day. Plan for success by joining a gym.

    Sometimes, folks are underweight because they have physical or mental disorders. You should see a professional to check on both, if you haven't already.

    Approach the goal with the view that you need a plan for success, and that anything worth doing should be worth doing well. You need to begin by completing your profile, getting pictures uploaded, and starting at the beginning. Others can't do this for you. You need to do it yourself, and...you need to plan for success rather than failure.
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    Nov 02, 2010 4:00 PM GMT
    chuckystud saidIf you eat more calories than you burn, you'll gain weight. If you eat fewer calories than you burn, you'll lose weight.

    Using your favorite search engine, this site, or many others, search for "weight gain diet", "bulk up diet", "sarcoplasmic hypertrophy". There's lots of information regarding your topic a few clicks away.

    Working out at home is a general plan for failure. Very few home facilities are adequate, even on a good day. Plan for success by joining a gym.


    Sometimes, folks are underweight because they have physical or mental disorders. You should see a professional to check on both, if you haven't already.

    Approach the goal with the view that you need a plan for success, and that anything worth doing should be worth doing well. You need to begin by completing your profile, getting pictures uploaded, and starting at the beginning. Others can't do this for you. You need to do it yourself, and...you need to plan for success rather than failure.


    Very mixed advice. The stuff in bold is correct. The other stuff, either not wholly relevant ( you don´t need to see a professional simply because you are thin) or personal and random (you don´t need to upload a picture to gain weight).
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    Nov 02, 2010 4:12 PM GMT
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    damionja saidHey guys In 22, 135lbs and 6 feet tall. Today while walking through the lunchroom at work I was being criticized because I am 'skinny'. What food should I eat to get some weight on? What home workout routine should adopt?
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    Nov 03, 2010 2:05 AM GMT
    damionja saidHey guys In 22, 135lbs and 6 feet tall. Today while walking through the lunchroom at work I was being criticized because I am 'skinny'. What food should I eat to get some weight on? What home workout routine should adopt?

    You're not skinny...you're borderline malnourished, and it's not good for your health.

    See a doctor and slowly start eating/lifting until you gain a little weight. If nothing else, eat like you are right now but incorporate protein shakes when you wake up and before you go to bed. That'll help you gain muscle. A little lifting will help to. You're body's primed to pack on muscle, but you need to let it by eating and lifting first.