There’s actually 52 weeks in a year…and I disagree with losing weight while on a bulk, that would probably happen if you’re trying to be one of the “slow bulk” people not wanting to lose your abs. But I don’t think that’s likely to happen if you are truely bulking, since I have been bulking for several months now not one week have I gone down on weight. Some weeks I gain anywhere from 1-4 lbs and others I don’t gain at all, but never have I lost weight.
edit: I could also see struggling and maybe losing weight some weeks at the very advanced stages where its VERY hard to continue to put on mass.[/quote]
ive been bulking for like 2 years. its possible to lose weight. sometimes you get a growth spurt and youll gain muscle with extra fat it doesnt last forever though and the spurt will die down and youll eventually burn off a couple extra pounds, nothing major.
what is impossible to do is to expect a guraunteed weight increase weekly for an entire year at the rate of a pound, or hell at the rate of ANYTHIGN thats even measurable, without it being solid fat.
if youre a newb you can probaly gain 20-30lbs in a year, depending on what kind of metabolism you have.
if youre not you can expect 10lbs naturally a year, maybe less. idk id be very satisfied with a natural weight gain of 10lbs in a year.
real transformations dont happen over night. this is a yearly thing. its not like basketball, you cant go out to a training camp for a month and come back MVP of your team.
people dont get into this stuff cause its easy. theres very few people who have what it takes to actually go somewhere with this.
and again, you arent gaining that much weight in a year. if you think you can go out and dont come back until you do it.