Is it normal for a person particularly male who does strength training or workout and eat a good diet to gain muscle and at the same time gain fat at the first few months of training?
If you are NOT experiencing fat gains you are most likely not eating enough to support muscle growth.
When gaining muscle to have to have excess calories in your diet. These calories are used to repair muscles and create larger muscle cells. These excess calories should come from a balance of carbs, proteins, and fats.
however when gaining muscle your body cannot use EVERY calorie towards muscle gain so some will be stored as fat.
I myself am on a "bulking stage" and i eat everything in sight, besides sweets. I eat anywhere from 3200-4000 calories a day.
Make sure to have a high carb/ high protein shake after workouts to speed recovery between workouts :).
The basic effect is that strength training makes the neuromuscular system more efficient. This is particularly apparent in the first few months of strength training when trainees typically notice their workout weights rising quickly. This is not primarily because their muscles are getting bigger; it is primarily because their neuromuscular system is becoming more efficient. .
I found free triathlon training plans. There is helpful detailed information for beginners who need to build up their endurance for Olympic distance training. This includes (in order) two months of biking and strength training,followed by swimming, then running; and on to the next levels of training.
It would harm your health to gain 50 pounds of fat in 6 months. Let us assume that you want to gain 50 pounds of lean muscle mass. Even if you were foolish enough to use anabolic steroids, that is an unrealistic goal. If you did proper strength training, ate properly, and recovered from training properly, you might be able to gain 10 pounds of lean muscle mass in six months. Do a hard, full-body…