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Old 03-22-2012, 04:18 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
You would be WRONG. McRobert stated that ANYBODY should be able to reach those numbers in a few years if training properly. Nowhere does he say those are maximums; more like a minimum.

It's usually the anti-hardgainers that come up with that crap about McRobert. He says that overtraining is possible and there are ways to avoid it. No different than the messages spoken by Simmons, Wendler, Starr, and hundreds of others. People just like to pick on Stuart; he's an easy target.
My mistake, I found the quote and you are absolutely correct.

Edit: McRobert has done 400 deadlift for 20 reps which is extremely impressive.

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