I would suggest that you do not train for aesthetics. I wouldn’t go around picking parts of your body to improve unless it’s advantageous to your game. Do excercsises and train in a way that will carry over and improve your performance on the field, a good phsyique will follow.
Get a good program together for both on and offseason as you will need to train differently during both times and have different phases of training as well.
Also, it would be a good idea to develop a decent nutrition plan. It doesn’t have to be as strict as a more elite athelete or bodybuilder, just make good choices that will again improve your performance. I would also not restrict your cals unles you are getting fat and sloppy, this is a time when your hormones are high and you can put on a substantial amount of mass that can carryover for years down the road.
Your young and you have a ton of room for growth and improvement on and off the field. These are just my suggestions. Keep training.[/quote]
Well currently im on the Bigger, Faster, Stronger program which has been working out great but I seem to be stuck at 150 for weight, and I need to put on atleast 5 more lbs and 10 would be great…
But with track it has kinda limited me to working out since I cant workout my legs on a day when a track meet is the next day…
but any suggestions on what I should eat would be great…here is an outline of what I eat:
Leftovers—> 2 pieces of fish, rice, and corn
2 Hard Fried Eggs on wheat bread with a tall glass of milk
Nachos w/ cheese,tomatoes,lettuce,jalapenos, and meat w/ water
Bread bowl w/ broccoly/potatoe soup w/ water
A Large Hamburger w/ water
Fish, Rice, Corn
Rice and Stir Fry—>Includes string beans, and chicken breast
Steak and Potatoes
Pasta with Shrimp or Crab in it
I need to pack on this weight quick and my body should be able to take on a little bit of fat, but suggestions would help.