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Old 06-07-2011, 05:29 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by Reinaldo.Gomes View Post
If a kid is provided with optimal nutrition since his childhood, a better bone structure, density, etc would be developed by this child, right? Does it change his natural potential?
From the moment you are conceived your DNA has already been determined. You can't eat your way to becoming a super human. Bone density can be affected by overall skeletal loading by the process of heavy weightlifting. Combining a good diet, with good training will only yield your best chance at your predetermined max potential. So to answer your in a succinct fashion, NO.

As has been said. The information was gathered by looking at and comparing genetic elite's. You simply are not going to beat the numbers given for max potential by any significant margin.

The debate that has happened in this thread happens every single time this topic or max natural potential is brought up.
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