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Old 03-29-2012, 07:02 PM   #13
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Dave Tate, powerlifter.

John Cena is another example of a bodybuilder using powerlifting principles.

I think the modern concept bodybuilding vs. powerlifting is merely a discussion to which you would like to compete in. I know several bodybuilders that train with powerlifting principles and methods and still earn the bodybuilder look.

I've stated this before - but I think the biggest difference in a powerlifter and bodybuilder is usually bodyfat%. Light weight powerlifters usually ripped up and look like small bodybuilders; just like overweight powerlifters look after they cut bodyfat.
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