Its been a while since Ive posted, due to a combination of things...
Grounding (mainly) and the computerlab at school being down= no access to computer, till today.
The past week and a half or so that its been since I posted has been.. decent.
I havent trained a whole lot due to my knee (Going in for an MRI tomorrow, I believe it may be a torn Meniscus and I dont want to risk damaging my knee any more before I see what I need to do).
I've been doing conditioning though, and have started wrist strengthening (sortof like sledgehammer excersises but using an adjustable dumbell with a weight at one end... looks something like this ----[|||]---().)
Diet has been alright, I seem to be gaining about a pound every 5 days or so, lean muscle.
I was sick a while ago (didnt eat for 4 days after hurling what had previously been in my stomach) so that was a bit of a setback towards my weightgain goal, but Im back up to where I was before now. I tried to GOMAD a while ago, but was unable to consume the entire gallon due to lack of time, mild lactose intolerance, and a whiny mother who insists that too much milk is bad for me. So its more of a HalfGOMAD for me, plus cheese
. I love cheese.
I can do 2 pushups with my oldest brother on my back now, who weighs about 60 pounds. I hope to eventually be able to do it with all my siblings on my back (combined weight of about 130 pounds at 60, 40, and 30 pounds)
I can also do a few dips with my backpack on (about #10 or so, not too heavy).
I dont have access to a barbell, so deadlifts and the like arent options for me.
Basically, I remember from reading the How to construct a workout routine article that strength gain requires about 3 max weight reps, like 3 sets or something, correct? So is doing 3 sets of 3 pushups with my brother on my back helpful?
Oh yeah, Im going for strength now. (incase I didnt make that clear above)
I think that about covers anything worth noting (and a few things not)..
So... uhh, yeah. Thats all folks. I think. Maybe not. Oh well