Anand Focused On Nutrition And Gained 20 Pounds Of Muscle!

Anand always had a hard time keeping up with his incredibly fast metabolism. But after committing to a different nutrition plan, Anand was able to gain 20 pounds of strong, lean muscle! Find out how he did it below!

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Vital Stats
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Name: Anand Bahadur Jr.

Email: gtprince1290@hotmail.com

Age: 19

Height: 5'9"

Anand Bahadur Jr. Anand Bahadur Jr.

Before:

Age:
18
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
115 lbs

After:

Age:
19
Height:
5'9"
Weight:
135 lbs

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Why I Got Started
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All throughout middle school and high school I was always the skinniest kid. Everyone would always comment on my weight and how I needed to eat more because I was too skinny. However, the problem isn't that I wasn't eating enough it is that my metabolism is so fast it's hard to gain weight. I also ran track, so with all that cardio it was even harder to gain weight even though I was working out.

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How I Did It
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It wasn't until summer of 2009 before I entered college that I began to lift seriously and really tried to gain some weight and strength. Even though I gained 20 pounds, I still am skinny and definitely want to continue working out and hopefully put on some more weight especially in my lower body.

I Began To Lift Seriously And Really Tried To Gain Some Weight And Strength
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I Began To Lift Seriously And Really Tried To
Gain Some Weight And Strength.

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Supplements
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Note: Supplement dosages and schedule listed below in Diet section.

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Diet
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Honestly, because of my metabolism and the fact that even at 135 pounds I am still really skinny, my diet consists of eating as much meat as I can to get protein. I try to consume more than 2000 calories a day in order to gain weight. Because I recently began to supplement with creatine tablets I now consume roughly 64 ounces of water per day.

Meal 1:

Meal 2:

Meal 3: Pre Workout

Meal 4:

Meal 5:

Meal 6:

Meal 7:

  • 8 oz glass of Milk

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Training
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I do not keep the same workout plan for more than two months at a time because I find that if my body gets used to the workout I stop seeing gains in strength and size.

Day 1: Legs/Abs

Day 2: Chest/Triceps

Day 3: Abs

Day 4: Shoulders/Traps

Day 5: Back/Biceps

Day 6: Abs

Day 7: Rest

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Suggestions For Others
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I would suggest to anyone just starting out to research first find out what's safe and just go for it. Trial and error is the best way I learn what works best for me and what doesn't! Also, nutrients and multivitamins are very important as well as a lot of water and sleep!

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