I'm 6'2" and I'm guessing that I weigh around 160 lbs although I don't have a scale to verify the accuracy of my estimate. I've played tennis daily for the past 2 years and until last september I had been working at a hotel where I ate fatty cafeteria food 5 days a week. Since having started a new job I am now paying for my own meals, so I have been eating much more balanced healthy meals. I sweat a lot when I play tennis and I have gotten so skinny that none of my clothes fit as well as they once did. In many ways I prefer to be at my current weight because I don't usually carry weight evenly and I feel as though I can move around the court better. I think that the heaviest that I have ever been was 195 lbs, with most of the weight being in the gut, love handles and chin. I'm considering taking some sort of weight gainer to see if it would turn into muscle playing tennis. Does anyone have any suggestions? I know that most people who take weight gainer lift weights, but I'm not interested in any excercise that doesn't involve playing a sport, particularly tennis. If I were to do so would the weight all congregate in the same old places, or would it disperse evenly so that I could turn it into muscle? Although I know it isn't the same as lifting weights, I do a lot of repetition excercises hitting against the wall. My right shoulder, for example, has gotten pretty strong from repeatedly hitting overheads. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks!