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Post  Elvo on Fri Oct 12, 2012 3:37 pm

Does anyone know anything about genetics when it comes to muscle mass or bone structure? The reason I ask because I find myself a below average man when it comes to bone density or muscle mass when I look at my body and compared to other men. Even people that work on computers all day and dont exercise seem to dont have weak hands like i do and a layer of fat covering their hands. My bones also feel like if their just cartilage and not bones if that makes any sense lol.

Well I want to know if someone can explain why some men are weaker than others? Is it because of diet? I mean i ate nothing but healthy food in my teen years and drank alot of milk to get the full beneficial output of milk and i grew to 5'6 Sad so yea what really is the deciding factor when it comes to naturally being strong?

I know your smart cray maybe you know or have a article you can post about genetics and the effect on strength and bone structure and the things you or one can do to improve that within themselves you know.

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Post  Forum Gawd on Fri Oct 12, 2012 3:42 pm

I used to feel the same way unrolled I engaged myself into the most intense work outs, and drank more milk then a baby. Milk is the key to strong bones. I drink a lot of wheyshakes so maybe than can help. I'm geneticsK so idk shit about the structure....

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Post  American Zombie on Fri Oct 12, 2012 4:34 pm

You can't change your genetics or make yourself grow taller in adult hood but you can make major improvements through diet and exercise.
First, clean up your diet. Limit sugar intake, eat adequate healthy fats from animal protein and nuts. That helps with balancing hormones and keeping testosterone a base levels. But Eat plenty of protein.

Consider supplementing with magnesium and eating foods rich in magnesium.

Consider supplementing with a good quality omega 3 fish oil and eat wild caught fish.
http://www.naturalnews.com/021782_mens_health_omega-3_fatty_acids.html

Read that article.

Then, lift heavy. Do a full body weight strength work out three times a week.
http://stronglifts.com/
http://startingstrength.com/

All these things come together to increase bone health and increase muscle mass.
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Post  Elvo on Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:17 pm

Bullet Proof wrote:You can't change your genetics or make yourself grow taller in adult hood but you can make major improvements through diet and exercise.
First, clean up your diet. Limit sugar intake, eat adequate healthy fats from animal protein and nuts. That helps with balancing hormones and keeping testosterone a base levels. But Eat plenty of protein.

Consider supplementing with magnesium and eating foods rich in magnesium.

Consider supplementing with a good quality omega 3 fish oil and eat wild caught fish.
http://www.naturalnews.com/021782_mens_health_omega-3_fatty_acids.html

Read that article.

Then, lift heavy. Do a full body weight strength work out three times a week.
http://stronglifts.com/
http://startingstrength.com/

All these things come together to increase bone health and increase muscle mass.

Should I take a multi vitamin that has magnesium or just take it solitary? which multivitamins are good? is 1 a mans good? What does magnesium do what is its purpose? Good article cray and the video isnt working for some reason

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Post  American Zombie on Sat Oct 13, 2012 3:16 am

Depends how much magnesium is in the vitamin. The general recommended intake is around 400mg per day. Best thing is to try getting as much as you can from food.
The reason I mentioned magnesium is because you talked about bone density. Magnesium helps with bone health and strength. Everyone knows you need calcium but what most people forget or don't know is calcium isn't used by the body efficiently unless you have enough magnesium so magnesium helps with calcium absorption.

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/health/magnesium-for-bone-health-8633.html

and I didn't post a video. Just links to articles and sites.
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Post  Elvo on Sat Oct 13, 2012 1:34 pm

Bullet Proof wrote:Depends how much magnesium is in the vitamin. The general recommended intake is around 400mg per day. Best thing is to try getting as much as you can from food.
The reason I mentioned magnesium is because you talked about bone density. Magnesium helps with bone health and strength. Everyone knows you need calcium but what most people forget or don't know is calcium isn't used by the body efficiently unless you have enough magnesium so magnesium helps with calcium absorption.

http://www.theepochtimes.com/n2/health/magnesium-for-bone-health-8633.html

and I didn't post a video. Just links to articles and sites.

Thanks for the help cray I bought 1 a day vitamins for men and am taking omega 3 pills so hopefully that works out ok.

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Post  Elvo on Wed Oct 17, 2012 6:23 pm

Cray do you think someones parents have to do with it like my parents were from El Salvador when they had the civil war plus it was a poor country with not the best health stuff so my parents are both shorter than me.

Also do you think that we as a whole race the Hispanics came from china Korea japan etc? cause we have slanted eyes at times and we have sometimes smaller frame bodies like from 5'5 to 6'7 I always noticed thought we in FOHI were ppl that were like 5foot to 6'5 then you had a few Hispanics above 6'6 but never no central Americans ya know? My family has very slanted eyes my dad side a\and a little of my mom side so does that mean they might be of Asian decent?

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