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Old 04-29-2011, 02:28 PM   #7
MonsterMike
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this may sound crazy, and i KNOW there are people out there who may disagree.....but I have cut (for my size) tremendous amounts of weight before, both over a long period of time AND in a few weeks....and I can truly say in regards to strength gains.....its all in your head! If you tell yourself "I MAY be weaker from a weight cut" then you will be....it may go against "science" but it really is mind over matter sometimes.
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