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Old 01-27-2011, 02:14 PM   #4
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I have gained muscle from splits, but I have just moved to a fullbody and i am loving the way it is feeling at the moment and I expecting big things from it. Personally I think they both have there place and will work as long as set up correctly. I dont think either is 'better' per se. Its an individual choice.

I think as long as the diet is right then 'most' sensible splits/fullbody programs/upper lower etc etc will work.

There is also the problem of 'assistance' some one on gear is probably gonna gain more on a body part split, whereas naturals (like the classics did) seem to respond well to full body or upper lower splits, working things a bit more often without battering the muscle into complete submission is IMO better for a natural who has natural recovery abilities.

just my 2p worth

Carl.

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