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Old 10-03-2012, 03:19 PM   #23
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In one thread you say you don't want to add much muscle, then in the next you say you want to add 35 pounds.

Understand this...35 pounds is a substantial amount of muscle mass. To add this you're going to need to get stronger using barbells and dumbbells. 35 pound dumbbells won't cut it, neither will bodyweight lifts.

You need to slow down, focus your goals, and find access to free weights.

Your goals are to get stronger and to add muscle mass. To achieve these goals you're going to need free weights.
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