Thread: Diet is 90%
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Old 11-06-2011, 08:17 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
All I want is for people to train harder so they can maximize the effort of their meticulous diet. That's all.

All I am trying to do is help lurkers wandering through who have no idea that they are not pushing hard enough; maximizing every set.
So true, I can say from experience.

But once that switch is flicked, and you realise if the weight is not geting heavier you are not getting any bigger, you never look back.

I personally thin the problem is that there are very few 'true' guideposts for begginers to follow.
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