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When lean bulking you should keep an eye for balance. Too much protein will be egested and you won’t be able to have space for carbohydrates and fats. Carbohydrates provide valuable energy and support mental function as well as dietary fats. If we were to go for a cut then we would need to consume more protein (1g - of protein per lb of bodyweight) because since we put ourselves in a caloric deficit, we are prone to a decrease in muscle mass because the body might use protein to fuel to body for energy and metabolic purposes but for lean bulking it’s another story. You are lean bulking so you have to be in a caloric surplus putting yourself lots of room for carbohydrates and fats as sources for energy instead of protein. You will only require a decent amount of protin just enough for basic protein synthesis, any more than that is not valuable for a lean bulk.
I’m 15 years old, and I’m 5’9″ and 125 pounds. I’ve lifted for 3 years now, but I am also a competitive swimmer (I lift about 3-4 times a week for 45 minutes, and swim 6-7 days a week for -2 hours). Right now, I eat around 2300-2500 calories a day, and at my most recent doctors check-up, my doctor said I am completely fine, but he would like to see some weight gain. I burn roughly 800-1000 calories per swim practice, and that is not including weight training. I also go to a big high school, and walk a lot between classes and getting too and from school. How much would you recommend I eat a day? I am trying to hit 140 lbs, but still remain fast in the pool, and not gain too much fat (I am currently rocking a 6-pack, and I’d like to keep it that way haha).