Cute joke about the USA. Yeah, there are quite a few fat people here, and the country is going to shit IMO, but that has nothing to do with this, and I am not one of the fat dudes.
I never said 113 lb gain in one year.
I was 112 when I started. Over a few years I reached 160. Then I got serious, and gained up to 245 in a year. Thats 85lbs in a year. Yes I gained some fat. About 65lbs of it was muscle though. Then stopped gaining so fast to lean up slightly, and slowly gained to 253 before going on. Being super lean is not a concern of mine though, I am a powerlifter, not a bodybuilder.
And I most certainly will not post pictures in the steroid forum. There could be some serious implications for me from doing that. Even if I edit the face out there is a chance someone who knows me well would recognize the background, and that could fuck up numerous things for me.
You can believe me or not. Personally idgaf, and if you really want to be a fucktard and go on anabolic steroids when you are 14% bodyfat at 176lbs, then go ahead. Thats fucking pathetic. I was like 8-9% bodyfat at 160 before I was even serious. Granted I am not that lean now, but I am also almost 100lbs heavier, and only train/eat for strength and optimal performance.
I seriously doubt you eat anywhere near what I did. Thats why you don't grow. When I was bulking a normal day was like this (yes I used to keep diet logs) :
6am- 12 whole eggs, 3 baked potatoes, quart whole milk
7 30am- Quart whole milk, sweet potato
930am- 3 scoops muscle milk, peanut butter sandwich
1130 am- 2 Roast beef sandwiches, quart of whole milk, apple
130pm- 3 scoops muscle milk, banana
3pm- banana, bowl of oatmeal, quart of gatorade, glass of milk (pre-workout meal)
4-7pm- training- during training- half gallon of gatorade, 25g BCAAs
7pm- Post workout shake- 4 servings nesquick, 5g creatine, 10g BCAAs, 3 scoops muscle milk
8pm- 1 box of spaghetti, meat sauce, 3 slices garlic bread, 2 cups of whole milk
10pm- 6 eggs and cheese
11pm- 3 scoops muscle milk before bed
That was one day.. pretty normal at the time.