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Old 10-04-2011, 01:04 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by Zipz View Post
Can you explain what lean bulking is.
As there are different takes on this topic my take is this, "Lean Bulking" is a carefully calculated nutritional plan that would be slightly over maitainance (or even carb cycling). The nutritional plan would be very clean, ex. Chicken, whole oats, brown rice, sweet potatoes, leafy greeans etc. NO sodas or sweets. For training you'd wanna stick with a routine that focuses on the big lifts with lower reps and some accessory lifts with a slightly higher rep range.

*EDIT* I would also like to add you will want to shoot for a gain of no more than 1.5lbs per week with 1lb being ideal. Reason for this is to maximize the muscle gain rather than the fat gain that comes along with traditional "Bulking".

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