Kind of half asleep working on my making my next atlas stone a little too early in the morning. 6'8" 325 and getting to be time for a bigger door....
Last edited by BigTallOx; 08-20-2010 at 10:04 AM.
Damn man, huge.
Were you always a big type of guy or was there a time in your life when you were way too skinny for your height? I was like that most of my life and at 225-230ish, I still feel like I am too thin for my height. Just wondering how hard it was for you to get to your current weight...thanks.
I weighed 260 when I started powerlifting in 2008. Honestly, I still feel like I"m too skinny for my height. I want to get to 350, but lately it seems with my strongman training, it takes constant eating to maintain 325. I don't know that I can eat enough to be 350 and still train strongman.
I can't identify with being 6'8" and 300+. But, I can identify with not being able to gain weight. I've been stuck at the same weight for four months. It's not for lack of eating.....well obviously that's not true. But, I just can't stuff anymore down my gullet.
Dynamo Club Powerlifting
Hey, i feel your pain. Im 6foot4 and 300lbs and having difficulty gaining. I eat 6000kcal with difficulty and this at best gains a couple of lbs a month. Im planning on upping it to 7000kcal. I think the trick here is to drink olive oil. (see my video in my sig). If you drink 12 table spoons a day. Thats 1500kcal...Split them into 3 portions of 4tbsp. In addition to this, im going to be adding a gallon of whole milk everyday and in 2 pints of that im going to put a 1000kcal mass gainer....So 3-4k of the calories are going to be liquid.
What kind of stuff are you eating atm? I could use any help i can get, im aiming for 145kg (320lbs). I think that would be about right for a drug free 6foot4. Then i can use that as a base and push further .
TP 300lb hardgainer
Must be nice to fill out a doorway... I am only about 5'8 so I would have to stand on a step stool to do that.
In terms of gaining weight you might want to look at adding in a couple of bowls of cereal to your diet, and of course eating every night before bed. Not sure if you have ever tried it but usually Results from AtLarge gives me about 5 lbs in 3-4 weeks. It could give you an edge going into Nationals next month.
Results is the best strength supplement that I have found, have hit numerous PR's that I can attribute to that product combined with hard work and a good training program.
Wish that I could make it up there for the Hudson Valley, Max Axle is always a fun event to watch and last year Master's Nationals had some great performances when it was here in South Carolina.