Hello guys! I need some advice with my gain weight plan.
I am now 21 and still I weigh 50-55 kgs and have a slender body.
Where and how do I start?
I don't know how tall you are so I can't say a lot, but if you want to increase bulk, you should lift weights or some other kind of strength training.
I recommend 8 to 12 repetitions per set of whatever exercise you do. Lifting heavier weight with lower reps adds more strength and less weight with highers reps adds more endurance, but the 8-12 rep range will add more bulk.
I think push-ups and pull-ups are good rather or not you have weights, they're 2 excellent upper body exercises and you can do variations of both. Of course eating will help, but I wouldn't recommend eating a bunch of junk, it'll give you unhealthy weight gain.
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