While Injured...

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    Apr 20, 2008 12:48 PM GMT
    Hello! I've been working out for 4 months now...thats like November -December stopped- Jan-March -April: currently stopped...
    I stopped working out because I have a tendon/ligament injury on my left wrist. I have done a workout with a machine improperly that's why I have injury! Sad...and yes..it's my fault I should be careful...And I'm dying to workout now since it's my vacation but I can't because of this injury...Also..I came from 95 lbs. before working out then now, I am 110 lbs...but I have trouble about fat because It's starting to appear on my belly...
    OK. here's the thing...I want to gain mass but not fat...can anyone help me or give me tips what to eat or not?
    here's my status right now

    Weight: 110 lbs.
    Height: 5' 7 1/2"
    Waistline: 31"
    Workout: Can't because of injury..
    Supplements: Lean Gain (Whey Protein)
    And I still think I'm thin except for my waist

    Pls. share some advice....I try finding sites where they have meal plans for skinny types..But can't find any..
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    Apr 20, 2008 4:44 PM GMT
    advice:

    get better and let your wrist heal fully

    cardio-cardio-cardio (will do nothing to help you gain mass but it will keep you in shape and strip away fat)

    check out the recommended foods on the site. they are quite good.

    good luck.
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    Apr 20, 2008 5:06 PM GMT
    I think you have a typo on how tall you are.

    While your injury to your left wrist will limit your workout options, off the top of my head you can still do abdominal crunches. If your wrist is good enough to hold but not enough to flex, you can do pull-ups using a pull-up bar that will work your arms, back and upper body in general.

    As for the meal plans for skinny types, it would be to just eat eat and eat some more lean foods. This includes lean meats and whole grains and vegetables also. Try and make the switch from white to brown rice, as that would cut down on your intake of simple sugars.

    You can also do some cardio (running) that would help burn some fat down there.
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    Apr 21, 2008 9:39 AM GMT
    relokou saidI think you have a typo on how tall you are.



    Oh...ya.I didn't notice it...I changed my height now..icon_smile.gif