I seem to have plateaued

  • GWKid

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    May 04, 2012 2:16 PM GMT
    Hey guys. I've been working out pretty seriously for about six months now. I lift 4 or 5 days a week and do cardio once or twice. In the beginning, I gained muscle pretty quickly but now I kind of feel like I've plateaued. I try to "trick" my muscles by changing up my routine and I also try not to over train any one muscle group. The problem is that I feel like I've stopped gaining mass. Any tips/tricks to keep in mind? Thanks for the help, gents!
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    May 07, 2012 4:26 AM GMT
    GWKid saidHey guys. I've been working out pretty seriously for about six months now. I lift 4 or 5 days a week and do cardio once or twice. In the beginning, I gained muscle pretty quickly but now I kind of feel like I've plateaued. I try to "trick" my muscles by changing up my routine and I also try not to over train any one muscle group. The problem is that I feel like I've stopped gaining mass. Any tips/tricks to keep in mind? Thanks for the help, gents!


    To lean out I'd say go to GNC buy B12 time release capsules, the GNC brand. They give you energy and help you de-plateau lol and you don't have to change your workout either. Although change does increase the fact that you will like working out more, the challenge, the change wahlah ;D But to gain muscle I would said protein and yeah trick your body so it doesn't plateau higher weight, less reps, less weight more reps, change it up.
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    May 07, 2012 4:31 AM GMT
    Whats your workout, how many calories are you eating and did you adjust that for your weight gain.

    If you gained 10lbs your "gain" calories might now be maintenance calories