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    Going back to gym, need bulking diet!

    Hi everyone, I have found this site, and all I can say is wow, so much info. I am 25 yrs old, 6', 190 lbs, roughly 18 % BF(done at extreme fitness, some laser thing, prob not too accurate), my goal is to gain another 20 lbs ( obviously more later on )in muscle and am starting back at the gym this week, after a 5yr layoff. Anyways I am looking for a good bulking diet plan if anyone can help me out, that would be great! Need some diet plans would be really nice to look at to base mine around some. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
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    I think that you should just focus on getting back to the gym and getting used to a routine again before you start to get detailed with the diet. In about 6 weeks time, you can get specific on what you are eating.

    As regards the diet, however, spend those 6 weeks getting used to eating 6 meals a day and eliminating junk. You'll make good progress doing this and the training itself will be enough to be concentrating on rather than being mathematical about what you put into your mouth.

    I have found with my clients that chaning their diets and eating routines so drastically as well as trying to teach them how to do the exercises and pusing them to train intensely all at the same time is too much. It's a delicate time for them and if they think that it's too much, it's way too easy for them to accept the way they are and stop training.

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    Originally Posted by jerstilly
    Hi everyone, I have found this site, and all I can say is wow, so much info. I am 25 yrs old, 6', 190 lbs, roughly 18 % BF, my goal is to gain another 20 lbs ( obviously more later on )in muscle and am starting back at the gym this week, after a 5yr layoff. Anyways I am looking for a good bulking diet plan if anyone can help me out, that would be great! Need some diet plans would be really nice to look at to base mine around some. Any info would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
    First determine your calories...that is the most important step. BWx17-18 is usually good for bulking. That's only an estimate though. If you don't find your gaining with those numbers, increase slowly.
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    Ok, everyone is saying 6 meals a day, i do understand taht part, in just looking for some guideliens of peoples diets, of wha tto eat, when to eat, etc etc...thanks again
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