Many Skinny people think they have a high metabolsim blah blah. the truth is, if you nibble on biscuits n stuff that really dont have much protein or starch, you wont gain anything. if you want to gain weight you have to sit down n eat like u nuts. meals you cannot afford to skip are breakfast n supper. always eat alot before you go to bed. u will always wake up hungry n wont have to really force breakfast in. its not that you dont eat. its jus that you dont realise that u fill up your stomach with air n water. another thing, try working out. the problem with skinny people working out is that they dont realise that spending the whole day in the gym actually works against u. YOU GO TO THE GYM TO BUILD MUSCLE NOT BURNM FAT! spend a maximum of 45 minutes in the gym n learn to rest your muscles. use heavy weights and do 3 sets of each rep. dont rest your muscles till the 45 minutes are up. drink lots of water too.
I’d like to say good luck achieving your goals everybody, but be careful what you wish for. I started out super scrawny. I weighed 103 lbs at 20 years old. Then I started to eat a lot and gained weight. Got close to 200lbs. I was also lifting and getting strong. But I was overzealous and as a result gained too much too fast. Muscle and fat. My sincere advice is, make sure your midsection continues to look good, and don’t gain unnecessary inches and blubber. Be certain you don’t stretch your skin too fast. It could result in stretch marks. Establish how many calories you need daily, and keep increasing them as needed to continue gaining. But always be sure to remain proportionate and that you’re not damaging your skin. Some damage is irreversible.
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