[quote]Professor X wrote:
How should I go about building up muscle during the Cross Country season. I realize that the 90 minutes of long distance running will definately slow down my results, but is there anyway I can prevent that from happening and still bulk correctly?
ALSO, do any of you have any recipes to make some good clean food with using a college cafeteria offered foods? (going to boarding school next year, sophomore, and the caf is equivalent to a college)
Are you primarily a distance runner? If so, I would not “bulk up.” I was in your position before and actually put on weight (15 - 25 lbs) and it severely hurt my distance performances; however, it did help my 100 and 200 times.
This guy weighs 120lbs.
Well then, he should be really fast.
Seriously dude, eat every 2 - 3 hours. Eat about 200 g of protein, 300 g carbs, 150 g fat. That will pack on the weight. With all the running, you’ll burn most off and probably put on muscle.
Oh yea, bust your ass in the weightroom.