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Old 03-18-2013, 01:59 PM   #13
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You may need a good bit more muscle to help you ever see your abs . .

I have no idea why folks have an obsession with Abs . .but . ..

If you carried more muscle mass you would then find it easier to cut and see your abs . .Muscle is very active tissue and effects metabolism . . .I Think thats the theory anyway, I may be wrong, that may be Bro Science. . . .


Like the poster above said, get stuck into the heavy barbell compound movements and get a good diet with a caloric surplus going . . .you'll be far better off for it.

You may find you loose compete interest in you abs when you see what else you'll be able to create . .
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