In the skinny jeans and skin-tight compression shirt.
If you’re a skinny hard gainer struggling to gain a mere pound on the scale and build some muscle before beach season you best listen up to someone who’s been there.
I high school I once peeled my 103lb carcass off of the football field after being plastered on my back. The sad part isn’t that I got lit up—it’s that the other player could have ran anywhere. The field was wide open.
I just provided less resistance than the open field and a few blades of grass.
Embarrassing. Enraging really.
It’s time to stop being the object of ridicule despite busting your ass in the gym and seeing zero results.
The journey to appreciable muscle is an arduous one, but if you’re willing to re-evaluate your training, eat more than a small army, and persevere through the tough training then you’ll build muscle.
Trust me—I spent years spinning my wheels with pointless exercises, training methods, and routines. While I’ll never be huge, I’m consistently 185lbs at 5’8″ and fairly lean–a worthy goal for any hard-gainer. Now, I’m here to help you avoid the same fate and align your training with your muscle building goals.
Photo Credit: Ryan Dial
Genetics be damned, these five training laws coupled with a firm nutrition plan (coming Tuesday) will help any hard gainer finally build high-performance muscle.
Continue Reading Here on T-Nation for the Full article. Using these tips, I escaped the Hardgainer Mindset and body.
It’s time you do the same.