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From 165Lbs to 230Lbs in 2 Years: a Journey of Force Feeding to Fill a Big Frame

M/19/6'4 shares his experience of gaining 65lbs in weight in almost 2 years by forcing himself to eat most of the time.

Article by Madeleine Smith

A photo of a 6'4" man showing a weight bulk from 165 pounds to 230 pounds. A net gain of 65 pounds.
M/19/6'4 [165lbs > 230lbs = 65lbs] (almost 2 years) I forced myself to eat most of the time, but I think it was worth it!
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M/19/6'4 took to Reddit to share his weight gain journey that lasted for almost 2 years. The post talks about how the user gained 65lbs in weight, going from 165lbs to 230lbs.

Forced Feeding

The user admits that at the beginning, it was hard to force-feed himself with so much food. However, he mentions how he eventually got used to it. Given his tall stature, he explains that it takes a fair bit more weight to fill out his frame and bulk up.

Adding More Weight

M/19/6'4 also shares that he plans on adding another 10kg in weight with his next bulk. The post also highlights how cutting some weight for the summer became harder for the user than bulking up.

Positive Comments

The post received positive reactions from users on Reddit, with some congratulating the user on his accomplishment. One user even commented, "Being a taller guy, it takes a fair bit more weight to fill out your frame and bulk up."


The reddit user's post is a testament to how commitment, hard work, and a strong will can help achieve one's weight gain goals. While force-feeding oneself may not be ideal, this journey shows that it was a catalyst for the user to achieve their desired results. This post can serve as an inspiration for individuals who are struggling to gain weight, encouraging them to try things out for themselves and find what works best for them.

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