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Why! Why!

I was wondering why some people gain, and some do not? Just wondering.


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BPEL 6.5-6.7" Goal: Anything!

Girth: 5" but getting bigger. ;)

Some don’t gain because they don’t try. Or they aren’t consistent or don’t do the exercises correctly. Or because they don’t think PE works. But then there are some who never gain in spite of doing everything right. I don’t really know why they wouldn’t gain unless something in their physiology is preventing it. I think the true no-gainers are fairly rare though.

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Originally Posted by westla90069

Some don’t gain because they don’t try. Or they aren’t consistent or don’t do the exercises correctly. Or because they don’t think PE works. But then there are some who never gain in spite of doing everything right. I don’t really know why they wouldn’t gain unless something in their physiology is preventing it. I think the true no-gainers are fairly rare though.

Maybe it could be with the way the cells are made up.

I lift weights and my arms won’t grow for the life of me. My grip isn’t bad and my curl isn’t that weak, but my arms just don’t want to grow with the rest of my body. I eat plenty of food, get enough rest, etc. I do an arm specialization program and they don’t budge. I stop training arms all together and they actually shrink! :(

I know the penis and muscles are different, but they are both made up of cells.

Originally Posted by ShyMplsMale
I lift weights and my arms won’t grow for the life of me. My grip isn’t bad and my curl isn’t that weak, but my arms just don’t want to grow with the rest of my body. I eat plenty of food, get enough rest, etc. I do an arm specialization program and they don’t budge. I stop training arms all together and they actually shrink! :(


—Gained 45lbs Lifting 145 to 190lbs in 4 years—
I have had times in my life where I couldn’t make lifting gains. Years after the fact, I figured out it was because I was doing something wrong or something to prevent it.

I went from 145lbs to 190lbs while in college—I would say it was at least 45lbs of lean muscle gained. I started and ended with very low bodyfat. I did this sometimes, while workout out 4 hours a day, which was extremely catatonic and often prevented growth.

There’s something to note here though—I only gained slightly over 10lbs per year. That’s lifting every week, every month year round. The gains in terms of both strength and weight were slow, almost imperceptible. I in fact, didn’t even realize I was gaining most of the time. I did it mostly with no supplements, and no special diet (although at times I did). Going to the gym, running, working out were habits and I stuck with them.

—Lifting PI’s—
I spent many years trying to lift the same body part 2-3 times per week, and wondered why I couldn’t hardly gain strength. It took a long time, but I found my groove. For me personally, if I did resistance training on a body part, to failure, once per week, that was sufficient for me to gain strength and it allowed enough time for recovery.

—How it Relates to PE
I think this does relate to PE—consistency, discipline, and doing things with an enlightened approach do give results. There are laws in this universe, and when you obey these laws with the required sacrifices, the benefits follow. If you try to break these laws, the consequences come.

*I’m sure there are universal principles in PE, that when followed, will always lead to good results. ‘How good’ those results are, is influenced probably by genetics, diet, the routine being used and too many other factors to name.

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