HELP...need to build...without supplements....

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    Oct 30, 2011 10:11 PM GMT
    hey guys...okay so heres my situation....

    im a 20 year old guy...im not fat...but im not skinny either..(excluding my ankles and wrists)...haha..im an average build...

    anyway, i wanted to know if any1 out there could give me some advice on what to eat and when to eat it...i wana gain muscle, but not to such an extent as body builders....i jus wana have a nice body with muscles...and a less fat %....

    i just started working out 3 weeks ago...i work out 5 days a week...my gym instructor gave me a good work out plan in which i workout 2 muscle groups for the 1st 3 days, and the last 2 days, i repeat the 1st 2 days work out....so basically its like 1..2..3..1..2...thats my exercise routine...and do core and cardio exercises everyday....

    all i need to know,is what do i eat before i exercise everyday and what do i eat after i exercise....i really would appreciate your input guys...thanx...

    ps...i have a thing against supplements, so please if all the advice could be from natural foods...

    hope to hear from you experts as well as guys in my situation...if any...icon_smile.gif
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    Dec 11, 2011 11:16 AM GMT
    I had this same question, unluckily I live near a college where volleyball is a mega sport,six packs everywhere. One day I asked (HOW DA HELL YOU GET THAT BODY) them how they workout and stuff. A food they all mention to eat on a regular basis was peanut butter and bananas. If this personal story wasn't enough then I have a whole day's list of what to eat because of this website me and my friend use a lot.

    Bodybuilding.com

    Click find a plan, fill out that flash thingy with the blue shadows and then click the fist plan they give you. Click Nutrition and there's your plan or here's the URL when I typed in what you said you are icon_biggrin.gif Hope it works!!

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/guides/male-20to39-muscle-building/nutrition