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Old 01-31-2012, 12:34 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
Honest answer.

And like the Sling Shot etc your ability to train without them may diminish if you use too much. In that case you would be reliant on them to do your best.
If I end up reliant on a P/W to do my best and it helps me grow I'm all for it. I as a Bodybuilder care about growth. The weight I lift is irrelevant as long as the weight and way I lift it simulates growth.

I never seen them stop a BBing show and ask a person to perform a lift.

If your a power lifter or endurance athlete use common sense to make sure you can make a lift at a meet or maintain long term energy.

If you are a recreational lifter, again use common sense.
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