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    wait, you're 16 years old. *Sigh* I want the 30 minutes of my life back....
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrokiller123 View Post
    wait, you're 16 years old. *Sigh* I want the 30 minutes of my life back....
    facts are facts bro
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    Indeed my friend. Indeed
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    Quote Originally Posted by kush628 View Post
    I am 14 years old. I am on a bulking diet and I think I am not getting enough protein. Is it safe for me to have a post-workout(exercise) protein drink or shake. Also I'm new to this so I buy the powder and make a shake?

    Also do you guys advice to reduce fat intake? And are carbohydrates good or bad for you?
    Hi, yes its safe for you to take protein/carbs in your diet and also post workout

    With regards to your question about carbs, have a read of this article Are Carbohydrates Really Our Enemy
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    With regard to the "Debate" as to teenagers and/or children weight training please have a read of this little gem of an article Training for Children & Teenagers
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    Thank you Doug. In several ways we are both right and wrong. thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitrokiller123 View Post
    Thank you Doug. In several ways we are both right and wrong. thanks.
    nope. I'm 100% right and you're still completely wrong and just talking out of your ass, kid
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoSuave32 View Post
    nope. I'm 100% right and you're still completely wrong and just talking out of your ass, kid
    Hold on, did you really just wait 4 years to become an adult just so you could condisendingly refer to someone as "kid"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nezzy View Post
    Hold on, did you really just wait 4 years to become an adult just so you could condisendingly refer to someone as "kid"?

    Impressive.
    I'm a patient mother ****er, just like Joseph Stalin......
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    lol


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    Well I really do not recommend too much protein intake in your age.

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    First off, how old are you really? In your first post, you ask for a 13 y/o, then say u are 14, then ur sig says 15. Make up your mind dude. You can lose the vegetarian thing. Eat your meat, it won't kill you. Eat more protein, don't drink it where you can help it. I only take shakes post w/o. I'm 16, & can tell you first hand that being short ain't nothin to worry about. I squat heavy, & yes it does compress your spine, no matter your age. So do overhead presses & other squat variants where the bar is at shoulder level. Get over it, I'm 5'6 * I've accepted that if I'm gonna be short, than I'm gonna be the baddest short guy on the block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kush628 View Post
    I am 14 years old. I am on a bulking diet and I think I am not getting enough protein. Is it safe for me to have a post-workout(exercise) protein drink or shake. Also I'm new to this so I buy the powder and make a shake?

    Also do you guys advice to reduce fat intake? And are carbohydrates good or bad for you?

    My advice as an older guy is take it easy,and work on exercise form and use lighter weight,as to sups remember this they are meant to suppliment a good diet.

    here's a homemade protien drink you can make for yourself:

    14 ounces of freshly squeezed orange juice
    1 tablespoon of Knox gelatin
    1 tablespoon of honey
    1 banana
    2-4 raw eggs (he recommends that pasteurized eggs might be safer today)
    2-3 tablespoons of Whey-Powder

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    Though the question still stands with regard to 13 y/o kids and protein etc, and has been addressed in that respect, the original poster will now be about 20 y/o.

    He's (or was) 13 y/o in the thread title; 14 y/o in the first post; and 15 y/o in his signature.
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    Taking protein supplement at this age is STRICTLY NOT RECOMMENDED. You can try Multivitamins with Minerals which is specially made for children... but consuming protein powder at your age will have adverse effect later in your life. So please, don't take any health supplement which are for adults.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoSuave32 View Post
    incorrect, I did a research paper on teen bodybuilding and all my research concluding that as long as the individual had hit puberty and was produing testosterone that weight lifting would not affect growth or do any harm to the body unless unproper form or diet was used. Techincally with you're knowledge no one under 22 should weightlift because techinically they are still growing and "could damage their growth platelets".

    Now as far a protein powder goes their is nothing wrong with protein powder for anyone. I know mothers who fed their premature babies protein shake to help give them more nutrients, they were told to do so by doctors orders. All that is in protein powder is BCAA's which are amino acids which is in any meat you eat as well as a faster digesting protein.

    My opinion consult doctor first then have at it. Train hard, but smart!
    I agree, teenagers can weight lift from any age, but should refrain from maximum lifts such as 1RM's but can safely train in rep ranges normally used for growth
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    Whey is fine but definitely not necessary. At your age you should be ingesting plenty of calories from mom's cooking to get big. Focus on lots of whole foods and working out hard and you will do just fine.

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    Well, if you have started taking protein at such a young age it is good if you're really at it. But when you grow older and stop the intake of proteins you will grow older and your body will be elastic leaving all your muscles behind. However, if your intentions are for real and long term musculation then prove others they are wrong. Good luck boy!

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    Don't try protein powder right now... It's not perfect age for it..

 

 

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