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Old 01-06-2010, 07:23 PM   #7
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This sounds good in theory and the science backs it up but has it been field tested?

It might turn out to be unpractical or it just doesn't work out quite as well as expected.I'm not sure really but something could go wrong with it.It is like HIIT versus steady state cardio; HIIT burns more fat on paper and it is faster too but it is more CNS intensive and might effect the weight lifting sessions.

I do think it would work though but it would be hard to prove it would be better or works because it hasn't been carried out in the gym by people(I think).While the other bulking methods have been.
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