I don't plan on making it past 65, so i've made it half way. I mean that's when it's all downhill anyways!
I'm not saying he should do it FOREVER, but he's trying to put on mass, and eating clean, and 6000 calories ain't easy! But 3 double quarter pounders and fries a day is
I guess good genetics, meaning, the ability to get big, and put on mass. I know it was a lot of work for Greg to put on mass, but it's capable. Guys like you, and The Raven (although you're never satisfied with your size) have the genetics to build mass relatively easy, up to a certian point.
The small fries, like 347Mike, Don, and these guys have to work at that.
True, and I see your point, but I have always been an advocate of eating healthy regardless.
But then again, I always think of everything in long term outcomes/consequences.
I consume quite a bit of food in a day and could actually consume more, but I have to regulate my intake due to my genetics and wanting to keep the BF somewhat low.
Building mass has been FAR from easy for me bro.
Whenever I first started working out, I had 35+% bf and weighed 207lbs and couldn't even bench 115lbs once(sad, I know!).
Now I rep the 110lb dumbbells for sets of 30 at a time and am getting close to single digit bf, if not already there.
I've been in the gym for 8 years straight now and even kicked it up to 7 days a week, 2 hrs a day of LIFTING alone for the last 7 months.
I have never missed one meal, never ate fast food, never drank anything but water, never missed one single workout, never touch alcohol...etc.
I wish my results came easy like you make it sound.