Taking it to the next level....need some advise.

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    Jul 19, 2009 2:15 AM GMT
    Okay...so in the past 5 months I have packed on a solid 22 pounds (started at 146 pounds and now am at 168 pounds) of good weight. i.e. lean muscle. My diet is mostly vegetables, chicken or turkey, the occasional baked potatoe, some pasta (usually whole grain if I can manage), Oat meal (the organic roled oats not the prepackaged quaker kind) and things of that nature. I always have a protein shake before and after a workout.

    I do admit that there is the occasional cheating because I do LOVE my desert so I will splurge and have a piece of cheesecake or something.

    I workout with my workout partner 5 days a week and we switch up our workouts constantly as to not get too aclimated to a specific routine. Keep the body guessing.

    I feel like I need to really take it to the next level. My goal is for another 10 to 12 pounds of bulk.

    My question is...Does anybody have some good suggestions as to how I might go about doing this? I'm open to any and all suggestions and feedback. Suppliments, workout plans, diets plans, or just any general information that may help me through the "plateau"?

    Thanks guys....I look forward to the advise!
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    Jul 19, 2009 3:17 AM GMT
    *prods Chucky onto the stage*
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    Jul 19, 2009 9:03 AM GMT
    Well if your gains haven't plateued, keep doing what you're doing!
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    Jul 19, 2009 6:12 PM GMT
    Calories, Little One, calories.
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    Jul 22, 2009 8:04 AM GMT
    TheGuyNextDoor saidI think,, nope,,, I know that Chucky is right here. All my friends that have morphed their bodies have done it through extra quality calories and higher increase of protein... post some new pics when you get there. We'd all love to see your progress.


    That seems to be what I am consistantly hearing. Thanks for the advise! icon_biggrin.gif I will definitely post new pics of my results. I am already seeing small changes so i'm excited to see the full progress.