How to gain around 20-30kg through working out and using weight gainer supplements.?

Hi, im 16 183cm and i weight around 60kg i would like to put on more weight through weight gainer supplements i would like to know what to eat when taking these supplements are they good for your system and the best supplement i should take for fast effective weight gain.

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  1. You may not need weight gainer supplements. You will however need a good protein supplement.

    Here is what you need to do:

    1) Keep your caloric intake to a MINIMUM of 2500. Go higher if you want to, but limit to 3000. You don’t want to get too fat.

    2) Keep your protein intake to at least 130 grams. This is where protein shakes come in.

    3) Work out in the gym. Hard and heavy. 3 to 4 times per week.

  2. You’re the same weight I was at your age. Tall and skinny.

    You have to be realistic if you want to put on that quantity of weight. That’s a huge gain to expect, and to do it safely you wouldn’t want to do it fast. It would take a couple of years probably.

    You’ll want to consume smaller meals more often. 6 times per day is suggested. Take in around 2 grams of protein per KG of bodyweight you are. Heaps of carbs too.

    Step up the weight you are lifting and the intensity of your workout too.

    There’s a guy with a similar situation to yours here :

    http://www.scoozme.com/view/diet-to-best-put-on-muscle-size-fast

  3. I don’t know how good weight gainer supplements are for your system and, at your age, I think you should just go the route of training. You have another 2 to 4 years of growth ahead of you so, rather than trying to push nature to move along at a high rate of speed – suggest you learn to be patient as 20K in itself, is an enormous amount of weight gain. There an old saying, "Rome wasn’t built in a day" (if it were, it would have been collapsing as the builders continued working…).
    Anyway – another website for you to check out. This one is the Coaching Association of Canada ‘Training Diet’ and, at top of page gives you diet and nutrition pages which you, at least, know come from professionals.

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