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Old 06-03-2011, 02:42 AM   #4
Fazc
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Stick to heavy deadlifts, heavy bent rows and Chins if you can do them. For now forget about trying to *feel* the muscle. There's no need for a beginner to be concerned with such things, as long as your form is correct and you're progressively adding weight to the bar and to the scale then what you are doing is working.

Once a decent foundation of muscle has been built you will be better able to flex it.
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