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preciouslekspreciousleks Posts: 78Member Member Posts: 78Member Member
Hi am 23 year female and my hight is 5'8, i currently weight 138lbs from 119 and my current goal is 145, i will set another goal if i reach there.
Will it not be good to support each other?
Gaining weight is hard. So i created this group so that we can make things easier for ourselves by benefiting from others opinions, and what is helping them gain weight. You can even share pictures.
Let us do it together.
Sharing is caring.


Welcome to the group
Feel free to share ideas
edited November 30
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  • MatartsMatarts Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member
    Hi...it will be much easier if we go to whatsapp..how about that.
  • preciouslekspreciousleks Posts: 78Member Member Posts: 78Member Member
    Matarts wrote: »
    Hi...it will be much easier if we go to whatsapp..how about that.

    Some people like their privacy. So I think here will be good
  • jessrrsjessrrs Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member
    Ayyyy count me in! Ladies bulking crew GOOOO 4ty0yu87nmy0.gif
  • 97stephaniebrown97stephaniebrown Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Hey!
    This is such a great idea, my god I need advice in this!
    Can I jump in with a question?

    I’m 21, 5”7 and I’ve just shed all the fat I wanted to lose, but now I’m focusing on building up muscle. What I’m struggling with is I’m susceptible to put fat on 🙄 so I have upped my calories and my protein massively and am watching my meals to make sure they aren’t over my macros, and I’ve been lifting 5-6 time’s a week. I have noticed muscle gain but also fat gain as well....do you ladies fit cardio into your weekly workouts as well?
    I’ve been told to hold off the cardio for the bulking period but I don’t like the fat I’m seeing!

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated ☺️
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Posts: 3,584Member Member Posts: 3,584Member Member
    Matarts wrote: »
    Hi...it will be much easier if we go to whatsapp..how about that.

    It's against the privacy rules to give out phone numbers or other private information. That.
  • MommyLifts3MommyLifts3 Posts: 151Member Member Posts: 151Member Member
  • preciouslekspreciousleks Posts: 78Member Member Posts: 78Member Member
    it looks like there is only few females who want gain weight?
  • snowflake954snowflake954 Posts: 3,584Member Member Posts: 3,584Member Member
    it looks like there is only few females who want gain weight?

    Most of us want to lose dear.
  • MommyLifts3MommyLifts3 Posts: 151Member Member Posts: 151Member Member
    it looks like there is only few females who want gain weight?

    I think most people are looking to lose weight. And after losing weight it can be intimidating to make the choice to gain for muscle. It took me over a year to finally be ready to intentionally gain weight. And that was only after a break from logging and a slow unintentional weight gain.
  • DancingMoosieDancingMoosie Posts: 3,982Member Member Posts: 3,982Member Member
    I originally lost down to 110 but regained up to 114-117 range. I started lifting weights. I like being strong. I'm ok gaining to about 120.
  • MommyLifts3MommyLifts3 Posts: 151Member Member Posts: 151Member Member
    I originally lost down to 110 but regained up to 114-117 range. I started lifting weights. I like being strong. I'm ok gaining to about 120.

    How tall are you?
  • DancingMoosieDancingMoosie Posts: 3,982Member Member Posts: 3,982Member Member
    I originally lost down to 110 but regained up to 114-117 range. I started lifting weights. I like being strong. I'm ok gaining to about 120.
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    How tall are you?

    5'3.5"
  • colorfulcoquettecolorfulcoquette Posts: 66Member Member Posts: 66Member Member
    I think most people are looking to lose weight. And after losing weight it can be intimidating to make the choice to gain for muscle. It took me over a year to finally be ready to intentionally gain weight. And that was only after a break from logging and a slow unintentional weight gain.

    I struggle with this as I want to gain weight/muscle but I have a hard time increasing my calorie allowance. I eek it up little by little. Even though I know how to lose and have successfully kept my weight under control for over 7 years, I still have anxiety over regaining it :s

  • MommyLifts3MommyLifts3 Posts: 151Member Member Posts: 151Member Member
    I think most people are looking to lose weight. And after losing weight it can be intimidating to make the choice to gain for muscle. It took me over a year to finally be ready to intentionally gain weight. And that was only after a break from logging and a slow unintentional weight gain.

    I struggle with this as I want to gain weight/muscle but I have a hard time increasing my calorie allowance. I eek it up little by little. Even though I know how to lose and have successfully kept my weight under control for over 7 years, I still have anxiety over regaining it :s

    I know for me, I want more muscle mass and that is why I'm finally running the bulk. I know I'll never have the body I really want without the gain.
  • sardelsasardelsa Posts: 6,778Member Member Posts: 6,778Member Member
    it looks like there is only few females who want gain weight?

    It's not as common for women to gain, but there are some times where I do notice an increase. I would love to join you all but I'm taking a break from bulking right now. I will be cheering you on from the sidelines :)
  • basedcurlsbasedcurls Posts: 1Member Member Posts: 1Member Member
    Does anyone have certain foods they eat to increase there calories ? I eat enough more than 3 times a day but i guess my calorie intake isn’t great and my appetite isn’t big enough to eat more all the time.
  • MommyLifts3MommyLifts3 Posts: 151Member Member Posts: 151Member Member
    basedcurls wrote: »
    Does anyone have certain foods they eat to increase there calories ? I eat enough more than 3 times a day but i guess my calorie intake isn’t great and my appetite isn’t big enough to eat more all the time.

    You can try adding in calorie dense foods that are generally small in volume but big in calories. Peanut butter, nuts, seeds, avocados, and cooking with oil are some examples.
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