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Old 04-14-2013, 12:30 PM   #4
BendtheBar
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You train for progression, assuming you will get stronger, while losing weight.

It is possible to build strength while losing. I came back in 2007 weighing 310. I lost weight down to 228 while building my squat up to 500. It can be done, especially if you haven't reached hard strength walls.

I hope you will consider starting up a training log and joining us. We'll do everything we can to help you reach your goals.

Congrats on the weight loss. Tell us a little bit about how you eat now, and how long it's been since you lost any weight.
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