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Hardgainer, 600g+ Carbs a Day, Indigo 3G Question


#1

hey, lots of threads about low-carb guys’ diets but not much for the former skinny dudes

I’ve Been lifting for 3 years for decent results and now am stuck in the intermediate level and want to smash that plateau. I’ve bought great lifting stuff and raised my carbs a lot, but i’m gaining strength slooooowly and cant pass that 190lb mark (i’m 6"4, weighed 150 lol)

So i’d like to give i3g a try along with my Plazma, but i’m not even sure about it. Maybe Micro PA is better? I feel like i can eat 600-700g of whole carbs a day with them simply going out to the toilet. No fat, no muscle.


#2

[quote]tontongg wrote:
hey, lots of threads about low-carb guys’ diets but not much for the former skinny dudes

I’ve Been lifting for 3 years for decent results and now am stuck in the intermediate level and want to smash that plateau. I’ve bought great lifting stuff and raised my carbs a lot, but i’m gaining strength slooooowly and cant pass that 190lb mark (i’m 6"4, weighed 150 lol)

So i’d like to give i3g a try along with my Plazma, but i’m not even sure about it. Maybe Micro PA is better? I feel like i can eat 600-700g of whole carbs a day with them simply going out to the toilet. No fat, no muscle. [/quote]

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And taking care of workout nutrition is crucial, so <a href="http://www.t-nation.com/store/products/plazma"target=“new”>Plazma is the best choice there. Here’s some more info that you’ll find helpful: http://www.t-nation.com/supplements/what-you-dont-know-about-workout-supplementation