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    Knobgoblin mooseantlers's Avatar
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    I'm happy, I feel fine, and my bf thinks I'm really hot so that's even betta
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    5'3" and 135 lbs

    I could lose a few, but not many pounds... if I get under about 128 people start to think that I look ill

    I'm actually about perfect for my build!
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    5'7 115 lbs. I wouldn't mind gaining a few.

    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    What is your current height and weight?

    And uh, to keep this from being the fluffiest thread ever, talk about how you feel about your weight and height, if and how you aquired it, if you like it, etc.

    I'm 5' 7" and 143 lbs.

    I still feel that I'm too thin though; I've been lifting for a while and plan on continuing to improve my muscle mass. Hopefully I'll be able to weigh around 150 or something in the near future. I dispise my height though; I'm too damn short! Everyone else is freakin taller than me!
    We should totally make a "I want to gain weight club". People who want to lose weight advise and support each other all the time, why can't we do that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    5'7 115 lbs. I wouldn't mind gaining a few.



    We should totally make a "I want to gain weight club". People who want to lose weight advise and support each other all the time, why can't we do that?
    Get some weight gainer powder and supplement your normal diet with a few servings per day. Calorie dense. Maybe try to work out with weights and do some cardio as well. Anyone can gain weight as long as the calories are there to support growth.

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    PB&J is great for gaining weight, too, especially if you use higher calorie bread and are generous with the PB. Lots of healthy fats. Add some milk (to drink, not on the sandwich) and it's even better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by swordpath View Post
    Get some weight gainer powder and supplement your normal diet with a few servings per day. Calorie dense. Maybe try to work out with weights and do some cardio as well. Anyone can gain weight as long as the calories are there to support growth.
    Alright let's do it together. Why should I do cardio? That makes you burn calories.

    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    PB&J is great for gaining weight, too, especially if you use higher calorie bread and are generous with the PB. Lots of healthy fats. Add some milk (to drink, not on the sandwich) and it's even better.
    Ooooh, I love those. Definitely prefer that to power supplements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    5'7 115 lbs. I wouldn't mind gaining a few.
    I know a girl about your height who's around 95-100 lbs. It's genetic. I know she's a good eater.

    We should totally make a "I want to gain weight club". People who want to lose weight advise and support each other all the time, why can't we do that?
    If you want to gain weight, this is a fun place to do it: http://www.zacharys.com/
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    I think I need to eat a ton. I can sit on my butt and still not gain much. I burn energy just by thinking too much.

    ^Can't find an eyeroll emoticon for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Alright let's do it together. Why should I do cardio? That makes you burn calories.
    Well, not high intensity cardio to where you're burning more than you're taking in, but just exercise. I'm thinking more of things that will work to tone your muscles (swimming is great). Personally, I recommend gaining weight while working/toning your muscles as opposed to putting on weight while being completely sedentary. But of course, it all depends on what you want.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    We should totally make a "I want to gain weight club". People who want to lose weight advise and support each other all the time, why can't we do that?
    Damn straight. We'll hit up the weights and eat to out hearts content!

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