is made happen by Dedication
Proper Training with determination
REMEMBER: You are born to win
There will be dirty smells of Sweat
There will be burning heat hotter then Hell
You will be drenched completely
Even there may be some laughter too ....
You need to bear this all to GAIN!
Lean or Bulky?
are the considerations for tailors!
for you, the bodybuilder, it reflects in your actions.
What are you waiting for?
Get it Now!
you need the power of determination
It need not to be bulky to lift ...
Concentrating is not the wastage of time
It pays when you can't
Yes, just cover the whole space
just do it ...
This happens ...
You have your ways ...
But the condition is ...
... Never get your eyes off of the target
Get Inspired Now...

How to gain weight

The practical way to gain weight for bodybuilders

1. Eat and I Mean Eat a lot
Eating high calorie meals is probably the most important step in gaining mass. If you don't get enough to eat, you won't gain weight. You can't lift like a horse and eat like a bird and expect to gain weight it just doesn't work that way. That is why most bodybuilders eat four to six times per day to increase calories, protein, carbs., etc., and to increase the absorption of nutrients. You may even want to try drinking a protein shake in the middle of the night to encourage additional muscle growth.
2. Increase Sodium
This underestimated mineral plays an important role in overall muscle growth and by slightly increasing your daily sodium intake it helps increase water retention. Plus sodium enhances carbohydrate storage and amino acid absorption also improving the muscle's responsiveness to insulin.
3. Drink Water
Water is the best way to supplement a diet. It's mother natures ultimate supplement and without it you will go no where. It gives you proper regulation of food, vitamins, and minerals. It also helps you get the most out of your protein and carbs, by helping your body absorb it.
4. Cycle Your Diet
For two weeks eat an extra 2000 calories then go back to your normal calorie diet for the next two weeks, on and off. I have heard good stories about doing this. You will only eat the extra 2000 calories for two weeks because that's about how long it takes your body to adapt to it, and if it does you will not get the same benefit as you would if it was not adapted to it.
5. Use Creatine
Creatine will most likely help you gain mass. Plus with no side effects where can you go wrong. Be sure to drink plenty of water while your on it though, and just like any other supplement. Do your research. My last article on creatine is a good way to start :).
6. Rest
I love to sleep. You all need to if you want to put on some mass. Your body needs this time to re-cooperate. Get at least 8 hours of sleep a night.
7. Stop All Aerobics
In order to put on serious mass your gonna need to stop all of your aerobics. You need to keep as many calories and you can in your body and the aerobics will not help you do that. Remember every physical activity has a negative impact on building muscle.
8. Eat Meat
Tuna, Beef, Steaks......mmmmmmmm
9. Lift Har
Your never gonna get that physique you want unless you lift and I mean lift hard. That doesn't mean to throw the weights around. Be sure to control your weight, control is very important. Be sure to use a weight that you can do 4 reps but no more then 6, heh this is the fun part, do 6 reps anyway. NOT CHEATING!
10. No Spotter!
Well, this is my opinion but here goes..... I don't believe in using a spotter, gloves, straps, or anything that will help you get that weight up. I believe that you should be able to get that weight up on your own and not with the help with anyone or anything else.
A large portion of your diet should consist of lean proteins from sources such as:
  1. Lean Proteins
    • fish as in salmon, cod, or tuna
    • red meats
    • turkey and chicken
    • dairy products like milk, cottage cheese and low-fat yogurts
    • legumes
    • ham
    • eggs
    • pork
    • tofu
    • lamb
    • protein supplements in the form of whey protein and soy protein supplements. 
  2. Carbohydrates
    About 40% of your diet should consist of various forms of carbohydrates and you can get this from foods such as:
    • oatmeal
    • fruits
    • whole grain cereal and bread
    • pasta
    • brown rice
    • vegetables like corn, broccoli and green beans
    • Snacking on pretzels
    • legumes like lima beans, kidney beans, soybeans and chick peas. 
  3. Fats
    You will only need about 10% of your diet intake to consist of fat sources. But only healthy fats as follows:
    • olive oil
    • almonds
    • peanuts and peanut butter
    • sunflower and safflower oils
    • avocados and walnuts
  4. Snacking
    No matter how disciplined you are, every now and then we all need a little snack and it's best to keep it healthy. Snacking on these are all good choices when trying to bulk up. You will want to eat items such as:
    • beef jerky
    • nuts
    • apples
    • protein bars
    • baked (not fried) potato chips
    • pretzels

Taking supplements and pills alone will not be be enough to gain the weight you need without a diet focused on upping your intake of calories. There are good ways and bad way to go about this and eating foods such as cookies, chips and cakes will certainly up your calorie count, but not in the way you want it to. Focusing on a diet rich with proteins and quality food will meet the task at hand in a healthy way.