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    maintain weight, trim fat, get stronger

    I'm looking to maintain my weight, but not gain. I don't want to lose weight either; i just want to get stronger. What kind of diet and supplements is recommended to add to a difficult workout routine and maximize results. Hopefully i'm not throwing my money away by taking creatine and whey protein.
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    Just so you know what you're actually asking here:

    You want to lose fat mass without losing total mass, which implies replacing the fat with something else, probably muscle. You also want to gain strength.

    This means that your goals are:
    -Lose fat
    -Gain muscle
    -Gain strength

    Any minute now, you're going to receive the following advice:
    -Pick one of those three to focus on
    -Read the sticky threads at the top of this forum
    -Straighten up and fly right

    All of which is good advice.
    Last edited by TheRuss; 8/03/2008 3:31pm at .
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    OP, did you use the search function before you made this thread?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JacobACooper
    I'm looking to maintain my weight, but not gain. I don't want to lose weight either; i just want to get stronger. What kind of diet and supplements is recommended to add to a difficult workout routine and maximize results.

    Read the sticky thread: Important PT Threads You Need to Read. El Macho es Muy Perezoso - No BS Martial Arts

    In particular, follow the links on nutrition and MA-related strength training.

    Quote Originally Posted by JacobACooper
    Hopefully i'm not throwing my money away by taking creatine and whey protein.
    And because of this, I'm closing the thread. Read the sticky thread (before creating a new thread) so that you don't post this kind of stupid **** next time. Once you have completed your reading, you are more than welcome to create a new thread.
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