I have been to the docs but they keep blowing me off so I gave up. Something to the fact "eat more" not that they knew anything about me more than you guys (but I am sure a lot of eating could help), and I swear I did eat. maybe it was not the right combinations, but, I did eat.
I am afraid I do have that pectus crapola, because I can see everything else has a good base, my chest make me look skinny as sheyat.
As for food, I was afraid someone was gonna ask me that. I have been doing good on keeping a workout log, but, not calorie log.
I have a protein drink in the morning, about a lb of fruit, eat a bannana just before workout, then go work out, have a serving of Surge, a ice cream scoop and a half of tuna or roast beef with pasta or rice (whatever I can get my hands on), a snack of something and then I get home and have a beer and 10 fishsticks and right before bed another 12-16 ounces of protein shakes.
I know I do need to work on my eating log, but, whatever I am eating, I have gained 20lbs in 4 weeks. I am up 2lbs in 2 days. Not sure what from but I have never seen this weight on me, ever and I am gaining weight in what seems a creepy way now, but I like it.
I have a feeling what I am gaining is fat and crap, litteraly. Thats okay as long as I make it to 140. My old goal was to get to 135 and never made it, but, if I am gaining, I am upping my old goal to 140 of whatever. Once I hit this mark, I am going to start watching my fat and carb intake and sway towards lean protien foods. I will watch my weight for a week or two and see what happens from there. Of course, that means I will have to watch what I eat and maybe that will give me an excuse to start my food log.
"scotiscool" offered this to me, thanks guy :
"After reading what you eat in a typical day I decided to see how much that added up to. You are probably taking in around 2500 calories a day. Give your weight and assumed body fat level of around 12%(correct me if way off) the calculations for Massive Eating dictate that you consume around 3500 calories. If you make up those calories in lean meats, healthy fats, and good carbs you should be satisfied with the results. Give that a shot for a few weeks, and give the fish sticks and beer a rest. "