Weight Gain Calculator – How Many Calories To Eat To Get Big?

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Use our weight gain calculator to find out how many calories you need to gain weight and pack on some mass. You will also find out how many grams of carbohydrates, protein and fat you need to add extra weight to your physique. If you want to gain weight, you absolutely have to consume more calories than you burn. Remember, you need to eat big to get big. One pound of body weight is equal to 3,500 calories, so eating an extra 500 calories per day will cause you to gain one pound per week. Along with increasing your calories to gain weight, you should also increase your level of exercise in order to increase lean muscle mass.

WEIGHT GAIN CALCULATOR
Age:  Years
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Current weight: 
Height:  Feet   Inches
Activity:  Based on 3 weight training sessions per week and little or no cardio
Meals per day:  Five    
Calorie booster*: 
  * Required only if you are naturally very lean and have a hard time putting on any weight.

 
RESULTS - GUIDELINE ONLY
 
CARBOHYDRATES
PROTEIN FATS*
GRAMS PER MEAL
GRAMS PER DAY
*Saturated fats should make up only 1/3 of this amount.

 

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4 Comments

  1. This site made it extremely easy to understand and there was no headaches like most sites. I have always had tremendous trouble gaining weight so I will be putting these results to the test. Thanks for your help!

  2. I like what I’m seeing. 2,475 in calorie intake is not bad. I thought it would be more to gain a pound for me. Thanks for the advice 🙂

    • shapefit

      Hi Jabbar – Yes, one of the best high calorie foods that you can take with you anywhere are nuts! You can easily pack them in a small bag and they contain lots of healthy fats and a bunch of calories. By snacking on walnuts, almonds and Brazil nuts in between your regular meals, you will be able to easily add 500 to 1,000 calories to your daily intake.

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