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Old 01-05-2012, 03:31 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Zipz View Post
I have been thinking about doing a fullbody workout that involves only Olympic and bodyweight lifts. I like this style of training and would like to stick with it. What I was wondering is if in the process of using these exercises if I would also build muscle. My program would consists of pullups, dips, chinups, overhead squats, front squats, cleans, snatches and a few other variations.
You would absolutely build muscle too as long as youre going for progression of weight and reps. What you describe is a great way of training!

Pull on this forum are doing alot of this stuff and i would reccomend you to check out his log to get ideas or tips.

I would also suggest that you do regular back squats, since its a great overall muscle builder.
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