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How to gain muscle with high metabolism?

Ok. So people at school have been telling me i’m really small and need to gain muscle, but the only problem is, that i have very high metabolism. So how do I gain muscle when I have high metabolism?

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10 Responses to “How to gain muscle with high metabolism?”

  1. Dan said :

    Lift weights and eat more.

  2. ► Yeahh ,Its m3 [[ληḏʀy!]] ☆ said :

    You can get abs fast and just exercising at home
    i got mines with that video
    its really great !

  3. Pumpin said :

    No, more running or cardio.

    No Caffine.

    Eat Fats, to Slow Metabolism, but not to much. 1/3 should be saturated if you are going to consume saturated.

    keep workouts short, and eat more.

    sounds like you have the genetics of somone who stays chisseled no matter what, and you dont have the pottential to be a bodybuilder.

  4. Billy said :

    The biggest mistake when building muscle is imitating Bodybuilders. Most of these guys don’t train naturally, are genetically gifted and never started training that way. Doing their routines won’t make you build muscle fast.
    The average person needs a different approach. One that builds muscle fast and prevents physical & mental overtraining from doing too much, too soon. Here’s a good way how to build muscle and gain weight:

    1. Get Stronger.
    More strength is more muscle. Get into strength training. I recommend weight lifting because it allows you to start light and add weight endlessly. Start with an empty bar. Learn proper technique. Add weight each workout to keep pushing your body out of comfort zone. You can also perform calisthenics : Push-ups, Pull-ups, Pistols, etc. Switch to harder versions or add weight when they become easy.

    2. Use Free Weights.
    You can lift the heaviest weights using barbells. More weight is more stress, thus more muscle. Dumbbells are great for assistance exercises, but not for your main lifts. It’s Safe, Efficient, Functional and versatile.

    3. Train Your Legs.
    Squats work your whole body, they’re the most important exercise. You’ll look totally different once you can Squat 1.5x your body-weight. That’s a free weight Squat with hips coming lower than knees.

    4. Get Recovery.
    Pro athletes workout 5-6 times per week. But they didn’t start that way. They added workouts as they got stronger & bigger. You’ll overtrain if you jump straight into their routines. As a beginner you require more recovery. Make sure you rest, sleep, drink enough water and eat properly. “Eat like a horse. Sleep like a baby. Grow like a weed”.

    5. Eat Whole Foods. You’ll achieve a lower body fat, so the muscles you’ve constructed show better. And the vitamin & mineral content helps recovery. Stop eating food coming from a box. Consume whole foods 90% of the time.

    Proteins: Meat, fish, whey, eggs, milk,
    Carbs.: Brown rice, quinoa, …
    Veggies: tomato, salad, carrot, …
    Fruits: orange, apple, pineapple, peers, …
    Fats : fish oil, real butter, nuts, flax seeds, …

    6. Eat More.
    You need food for energy and for muscle growth & recovery. Eat Breakfasts. Get proteins & carbs post workout to help muscle recovery & replenish energy store. Eat Every 3 Hours. 6 meals/day. Gives your muscles a regular intake of protein, speeds up muscle repair & recovery.

    7. Gain Weight.
    You’ll never look muscular weighing 140lbs at 6″. No matter how much training you do. Here’s the most consequential part. Eat Calorie Dense Foods. Become Stronger. Drink Whole Milk.

    8. Get Protein.
    Proteins have the highest thermic effect. You need 1g protein for each pound of body-weight daily to build & maintain muscle. That’s 160g of daily protein if you weigh 160lbs/72kg. Eat whole proteins with each meal.

    To view an article about a system that helped me and many others gain muscles and weight enter the following link:

  5. GodFather said :

    Bring in more calories than you are burning. Take extra protein, I take around 40 grams a day in a smoothie/shake after my workouts. Remember to drink your shake within 30 min of workout for best absorption into the body. you could also take extra protein mixed int different foods throughout the day.
    I get my protein from the link below, I have found their stuff to be the best in quality and price. But check out the forum page of their site for good recipes and discussion threads for workouts.
    Good luck

  6. Jon K said :

    you have to take in ALOT of calories. this is easy by eating every 2 hours. it would also help to consume a high calorie smoothie or shake between meals so you get additional calories. for a body type of your calibur you are gonna have to take in alot of carbs and moderate amounts of fat. dietary fat is very essential because of the high caloric content but watch out for the unhealthy fats. pair this with training and you should be fine. and if you arent gaining weight still, just keep adding calories.

  7. John Tnt said :

    You can gain muscle with any kind of metabolism, I would advice to try static contractions.
    This ebook will get you started in no time:

    hope it helps

  8. David said :

    Make sure you are consuming 1.3 grams of protein per kilo of lean bodyweight and make sure you drink 2litres of water a day.
    Eat properly (YOUR BMR [google it] + 500 clean calories a day)


    100g porridge oats + scoop of protein
    2-3 scrambled eggs
    2 fish oil caps
    2 Glucosamine caps

    Chicken Salad bagel or sarnie

    Baked potato or pasta with tuna + Sweetcorn or chicken breast + salad

    50g of unsalted nuts (through the day) + piece of fruit or 25g beef jerky if i have it

    Pre workout
    1/2 scoop Protein shake + 20g malto or glucose

    Post workout
    Protein shake + 30g malto or glucose

    Large tuna steak, cob of corn, salad, potatoes

    Pre bed snack
    Large spoon of cottage cheese, quark or peanut butter on wholemeal pittabread

    Trust me follow that and you will see improvments in no time , but check out this website for any weight training information you need dude


  9. jt said :

    Wow dude, we have the same problem. I’m 6 feet, yet only 135 lbs. I look like a stick yet eat a ton lol. I guess you gotta consume more calories. David has a really good answer.

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