To gain lean weight a person will want to eat more high calorie dense foods and eat every two to three hours. A few high calorie dense foods are peanut butter, lean red meat, bagels oats and dried fruit.
Exactly as you said: by lifting weights. Regardless of what type of weight-lifting program you are following, lifting weights will (and should; if not, increase the weight/reps) will increase muscle size and ultimately lead to a heavier weight.
This depends on the person and the kind of weight lifting you do. The short answer however is that lifting weights should help you to lose fat and gain muscle. If you are lifting heavily in order to gain muscle mass, you will gain weight. However, if you are lifting to get lean muscle, it should help to lose weight.
Cause you get stronger and thatputs on weight
Yes. And this is the fun part with lifting weights. You usually gain low amounts or fat (or even lose some with a proper diet) and the weight that you put on comes from your muscles growing!
A woman can gain weight naturally by increasing their calorie intake. Also exercising and lifting weights will help to make lean muscle weight.
No. This is one of the things that is commonly misunderstood about lifting heavy weights. Lifting weights is not bad. There are people that squat four times their body weight and they have never been injured badly. If you do exercises with proper form, you will be able to gain muscle without injuring yourself.
If you are lifting weights while you are on the scale you are bound to weigh more. However, if you find that after you have been lifting weights you weigh more this could be due to the fact that muscle weighs more than fat.
The only "weight exercise" that will make you gain height is hanging with heavy weights on the downward part of your body, and that only temporarily. Lifting weights builds muscle mass; it has nothing at all to do with how tall you are.
You can avoid injuries in weight lifting by doing a warm up session before you begin lifting weights and ensuring that you use the weights appropriately.
Lifting weights will make your muscles contrast and burn fat from your body while strengthening the muscles at the same time. It will help you gain muscle.
It is the cardio that burns calories, and lifting weights will build muscle, so yes you will gain weight. However if you are of normal weight your appetite will probably adjust until you can get back to your cardio.
If you're lifting along with eating you are either eating too much, or not lifting enough. Or, if you aren't lifting weights, you should be.
These terms are used in weight lifting. They are different techniques of lifting the weights.