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Old 05-18-2012, 11:58 AM   #2
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On other forums I see fullbody workouts and more simple styles of training ripped to shreds. The claim is that this training doesn't work. Where do these parrots get this from? Who perpetuates this idea?
From other weak mamma's boys who are afraid to get under the bar long enough for their balls to drop.

Seriously though, most other forums seem to be filled with idiots who have never made much progress, hating on anyone who dares to be great. They read Roid-Bro magazine and don't understand why their 5 pound triceps kickbacks aren't making them huge. Full body is the way the body works. Isolations have their place, splits are fine, but nothing can spur overall growth and gains like a full body workout, especially in the case of a beginner.
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