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Old 09-14-2012, 01:50 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by ramm View Post
How much would you say that genetics plays a role in body building? I believe that it plays a rather large role. You can not get huge if your body is not made that way.
i would disagree a bit with you, genetics do help like some body types are more capable of packing on mass more easier like a mesomorph but i think anybody who puts the work in on training and diet and studies everything there is about muscle building and strength can achieve a decent size .
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