Originally Posted by mr.cocalino
Cut your calories to about 1500 per day
go light weights for tons of reps
make sure you take your multi at the same time everyday
work biceps every other day
eat 1 gram of protein for every kg of body weight
be sure to do crossfit once a week
have 3 protein shakes a day
Cut calories? To gain weight? ...the **** bro... . Take a protein shake after you work out, and try to eat a lot of protein with each meal (like 30 g or so). You want protein from meat too and not just whey powder that you use to make shakes. You actually want to do higher weights with lower reps (but change it up). An example for benching would be like 8 , 5, 3 , 1, 3, 5 going up in weight all the way to 1, then down weights until 5.
Originally Posted by WorldStrike
At 5' 11'' 142lbs, you may want to look into putting more than just 15lbs on.
. 15 pounds is a lot of weight to gain, but visibly speaking it won't look like that
much...especially spread around on somebody whose 5'11. But yeah, if you get there, you're on the right track (just don't stop because you think you'll get stocky). 5'11 and 142 is very skinny
Originally Posted by Fat_Joe
If you have the nuttsack and a sweet PCT, try some creatine. But BE. ****ING. CAREFUL.
Don't do creatine, it's bad for your liver and once you personally are off it, you'll lose the mass you get. What creatine really does in your muscles is allow you to get an extra rep or two during a lift (CTP is a dominant form of energy in lifting like benching). For those that are hardcore, that extra rep can be huge in working your muscles even further to make them get bigger. But for the beginner/average guy, so much is mental.
Work these three groups: Chest/Arms , Back/Shoulders , Legs
Then do cardio / core exercises as well