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Old 02-08-2012, 03:26 PM   #8
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If you have a real hard time gaining, then you should train in the correct manner for such people. A focus on a few big compound exercises and NOT MUCH ELSE. You need to devote as much recovery as you can to getting stronger on the big lifts. Most 'bodybuilding' websites and routines will not do much for you until you teach your body to be strong and grow. Until then I invite you to do some searches for "Hardgainer Training' and see what that has to offer you. Remember, a routine is more than just sets and reps and exercise names; it should include progression and some form of cycles or percentages.
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