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Old 02-06-2010, 05:22 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by kman025 View Post
i agree. actually i think strength training will make some sexy ladies (if of course they dont eat like a man, lol).

also, really i dont think women would put on a rediculous amount of size(a point where it was grose), without seriously trying to/using "enhancers"

with something like starting strength, she'd be looking better than ever.
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Originally Posted by onetiredkris View Post
They don't, and they all continue to think that if they lift weights like a man, that they will grow like a man. Which isn't even close to being true.
Yeah, it always makes me laugh when I recommend heavy weights to women who then protest "I don't want to get big." I tell them, I am swimming in testosterone and TRYING to get big and it's slow going, but somehow, they believe 2 reps with a 15# dumbbell will blow up their entire body.

Ironically, most women I know gravitate toward light weights and high reps, which is MORE likely to add size!
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