So you're looking for the best weight gainer for skinny guys?
Chances are you're a skinny guy tired of being weak and skinny, am I right?
Let's face it being weak and skinny sucks!
Americans today tend to believe that being skinny is attractive.
In fact, according to CNN "A new study says women are more likely to instantly find these guys attractive because they're thin." (1)
The essence of CNN's argument is that recent studies show women are attracted to skinny men.
I think CNN is mistaken because they overlook the fact that women are attracted to masculinity and nothing could be less masculine than a weak, skinny man.
Imagine for a minute that you're with your girl at a restaurant.
All of a sudden another man comes over and starts flirting with her.
You tell him she's taken and insist he backs off.
Taking a look at your frame he quickly dismisses you and continues to talk to your girl.
I've always believed that to get bigger and stronger you have to eat everything in sight and workout 24/7.
Watching videos of bodybuilders eating huge meals 6x a day might have had something to do with it.
Or the fact that many websites tell you to eat eat eat.
The part I overlooked, however, was WHAT they were eating.
It's true bodybuilders eat a lot and that you'll need to increase your calories above maintenance levels to get bigger.
But you need to do that by eating nutritional food that will help your body build lean mass.
Sure you can binge on ice cream and burger king for months but you won't look big and strong.
You'll look fat and sloppy.
In order to put on muscle, you need to make sure you get the right amount of macronutrients.
Basically what I'm saying is to get big and strong you need to eat more calories than you burn and those calories need to come from the right amount of protein, fats, and carbs.
What if you don't know what macronutrients you need?
At the end of this post, I'll link to the best calorie calculator to figure out exactly what your needs are.
Once you know your numbers you need to hit them consistently.
Combine that with the right training and you'll be well on your way to packing on tons of lean muscle.