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Old 09-05-2012, 09:27 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by IronManlet View Post
Does anyone have tips on how to maintain a certain body weight rather than gaining more size?

I'd imagine it would involve a stricter diet and lower training volume, but if anyone has done this or knows how I would appreciate any advice. I'm currently not interested in getting much bigger; maybe 5-10lbs more at the most.
I too want to cap my body weight, but on the contrary, I want to gain size at the same time. I am 5.10 and 205 lbs. I see people who are lighter (as low as 175 lbs) than me but have ripped muscles, unlike me.
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