ok now that i’ve gone and lied I can get to the point. My point is to thank the people whom I’ve “argued” with. that whole I can’t gain any muscle thing is bogus as is the over-training excuse. Personally I too have used it, just the other day I used it. I used it because I stopped progressing on my lifts and I wanted to make some sort of justification as to why I couldn’t progress. Well my real problem was my diet, not my cns (which is very efficient.
At the advise of some members whom admittedly I just blew off because I thought I knew better, wellll I didn’t. having taken a look at my food journal i realized I like most who make that complaint was undereating. what I did was increase my calories to 6,000 a day… (well now thinking about lowering it to 4500-5000)from 2700 and increased my protein intake to 249 from 135. I feel a helluva lot better my mood has increased and I notice some muscle and strength gains too… so in short the answer to I can’t gain muscle is listen to people more experienced and put the fork in your mouth.
/ as a side note I’m always thankful for people like Prof.X or others who take the time to try and help lesser inexperienced people and even more greatful to read the comments on this site they are something alright.