@ShortSideOption you have talked a lot about the average muscle that could be added. I believe you said o average about 3-4 pounds per month. This is not to argue the point but rather clarify. Especially now since we are getting naturally bigger, taller, kids. OK so my assumption is that if a kid is taller genetics started him with more muscle mass. (Even though they may look less muscular because the muscles is spread out over a larger area. Generally averages are based on people of a certain size. So my question is that if a person 5'10" -6'tall may be able to add 3-4 pounds. If a person is almost a foot taller, does that then increase to 4-5 pounds a month potential. Again since you are starting with a higher number. The same percentage gives you a higher potential average. Put to the extreme. Shaq and Muggsie Bogges both lift with the same intensity. Shaq IMHO can add 2 more pounds on average per month to his frame although Muggsie may show it more.