Originally Answered: Whats the healthy daily plan to gain extra muscle weight?
If anyone gains 25 pounds in less than a year, they're either a huge person or taking steroids. I doubt you "always" read that because, of course, it's not true. Most actors don't gain much muscle at all for a rôle though they may gain some and are often pumped when the cameras are rolling. However, Schwarznegger, Stalone, etc. action hero types do or did take steroids to get big for some roles.
The most an average person can gain in muscle without steroids is about a pound per month and that's under ideal circumstances which includes perfect genes, tall, ideal training regimen, great diet, etc. That said, few people actually gain that much because optimal workouts are hard for the average person to maintain.
Regarding you're healthy eating and diet plans, you need to create those for yourself or in conjunction with a trainer and dietician. We don't know anything about you and what you're asking for is very complex. However, a good way to begin is to watch Scooby's videos. Scooby is the best personal trainer I've been able to find on the web. He's spent a lot of his own time and money trying to provide good information in a palatable format which is easy for the novice to understand and he's succeeded. Watching all of his 170+ videos will give the viewer a good basic understanding of the principles of bodybuilding and nutrition including how to build muscle on the cheap, at home, and with minimal equipment. And, best of all his information is FREE and he won't be shoving ads in your face with every mouse click. Go here ---> http://www.youtube.com/user/scooby1961#g... to watch all of his YouTube videos. Use the YouTube "Load More" button in the lower left corner of the picture matrix to scroll through all of his videos.
You can also check out his website here ---> http://scoobysworkshop.com/general_philo... and participate in his discussion forum where you can ask questions and exchange information with other bodybuilders.
Scooby is also 6'4", 240, 8% body fat and he's been where you want to go. Be sure to check him out. And, regarding your diet, just eat healthy and AVOID ALL SUPPLEMENTS. The world of bodybuilding is full of myths and misinformation and supplements are among them. All supplements for building muscle, gaining weight, getting big, cutting, pre work energy, post workout recovery, etc. are just worthless junk you don't need and should not use. Supplements are not approved by the FDA, are virtually unregulated, do not have the protections afforded foods and drugs, are not recommended by the US National Institute of Health, do not require any testing, are often contaminated, may not even be what the label says, usually contain cheap ingredients, are often over priced scams, have been known to be dangerous, and can have numerous adverse or unwanted side effects.
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