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Old 12-12-2012, 02:08 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by dmaipa View Post
I'm with SeventySeven. I'm sure Miked96 is speaking mostly about guys who think lifting heavy and building a strong foundation is overrated and a waste of time. Being a guy who is naturally between the 170-180 lb range, I'm always striving to become stronger. I like being the guy who others don't think can lift much, I'm not one to walk around advertising that I'm a strong guy and lift weights. I know what I can do.
Me too..... I am natruallly around 170 to 175 and am always trying to get stronger. We can't all be 250 at 5' 8 or 5'9 that is tough to achieve

Trust me- it is easier to shrink than to grow.
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