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Old 01-21-2011, 07:07 PM   #2
Trevor Lane
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Very good points here Rich. I think the masses are very misguided when it comes to the concepts of body composition and changing body composition, as eveidenced by most people believing they "need to loose weight," when they really need to reduce the layer of body fat they have which may or may not end up being a change in weight one way or another. A good example is my own composition. I weigh about 215 at approx. 20% body fat, but I would like to weigh 225 at about 10% bodyfat. Whenever I tell a non-lifter this, they simply cannot comprehend how someone could want to gain weight and how that could possibly be accompanied by a reduction in body fat.
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