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Old 07-21-2009, 11:44 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by MuscleandBrawn View Post
You've touched on a key point...hardgainers should really consider dropping all forms of cardio for a while.

One nice thing about gaining muscle, is that if you do lose it, it comes back quicker.

Jesse...have you read the book, "Better then Steroids"? Ignore the silly title...it actually is a great diet/cutting book for bodybuilders and has a variety of different dieting approaches.
Yup, I rarely do any dedicated cardio work. Actually I went mountain biking for the first time in three years (since I started lifting) yesterday. But I'm down about 1 1/2 pounds today.

I've not read that book. I'll take a look at it though, it does sound interesting. Most of what I've read are just short articles on cutting/bulking cycles. It'd be nice to have a more complete resource.
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