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Old 07-12-2011, 08:27 AM   #7
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Your point is a huge one Carl. Bodyfat makes a HUGE difference. It makes you look much bigger. I was sort of trying to make that point a few days back with a picture of a bodybuilder that was put on the site.

Looking big does not mean you are big, per se. It does mean you are probably shredded wheat though.

I know plenty of naturals that look big in person, and I know many, including a couple superstars in this industry, who wouldn't be mistaken for bodybuilders with their shirts on. (no disrespect meant to them...just stating that being ripped creates the illusion of size.)

If you can add 10-15 pounds of muscle from a normalized weight you will pretty much look darn impressive ripped.
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