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    not putting on mass

    I am 44 yo 6.2 207 lbs just lost about 12 lbs and know im trying to put on mass i know i am getting stronger just by the weight ive been lifting but i donot seem to be putting on muich mass ? I have a pretty strict diet with 1 cheat day i eat mostly oatmeal, bananas for breakfast , chicken with potatoes,and a banana around 10.am chicken and potatoes and a yogurt around noon time then around 3.00 a banana and a granola bar and for my last meal steak or chicken and green beans ? any help would be greatly appreciated


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    a few questions
    what kind of lifting do you do "excercises"
    how much protein and calories do you get a day.
    and how long have you been lifting?
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    Aside from your workout routine being unknown, I'd say that you're probably close to 1,000 cals short on your nutrition! The biggest gap I see is from dinner until morning! You have enough time to fit some more food in that gap. What does your supplementation regimen look like? What do you eat post workout? All of those bananas are probably creating too many inapropriately timed insulin spikes, and you may be dulling your insulin sensitivity a bit by doing them at the wrong times, and too often. Fill in the gaps to your question...........sample lifting routine, and supplemmentation set up would be nice to have so we can help you out a bit more. Thanks

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    You need to up your protein intake and up your calories as well. Only way to gain mass is to eat all the training in the world is not going to add the mass that proper eating will do.
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    Sleep + clean calorie surplus + heavy lifting = Mass

    Give these guys your stats and they can give you the specific details you will need to carry this out. If you just ended a weight loss phase than it time to revamp your calorie intake to meet your new goals. You may also have to change your reps and weight lifted to match your new goals, that?s why they need your current program. Gaining lean mass and losing weight require different diets and workout programs. With some tweaking you will be on your way to meet your new goals, so hang in their.
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