ok ive seen and read so many comments and information regarding the rate at which people can gain lean muscle, the majority stick with the idea that 2lbs a week is all you can gain with the rest being fat.
Is this really the case for non AAS assisted individuals?
I have a fast metabolism also, is there any benefit to my body being able to utilise calories for muscle gain rather than assigning any excess to bodyfat?
Im only curious since its such a common figure, everyone seems to level on 2 lbs a week which seems a bit too correlative for such a mix of bodytypes and lifestyles.
Ive gained 8lbs in 4 weeks eating correctly for my weight, and training consistently and its hard weight, i bulked earlier in the year and gained the same amount in 3 weeks but i felt and looked softer.
Maybe the answer is staring me in the face but i was eating roughly 4500 cals a day whereas now im eating 3500, and i feel leaner and stronger.