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Old 06-03-2013, 12:48 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by kitarpyar View Post
David Hayes (or any top notch athlete) didnt build their physique overnight. Years of consistent hard work leads to that point. You dont "need" to bulk or cut if you plan on gaining 1/4 pound a month. Gain 3 lbs per year for 6-7 years (roughly the length of their amateur career), and that's a 20 lbs gain by the time they debut as a pro.

In short - you dont need to bulk or cut, and you can gain muscle while gaining only minimal fat. Just be aware it takes a lot of time (read years).


1/4 pound?!

gain 3 pounds of muscle in a year?!


They'd look no different!

I'd rather gain the fat that that, and thats coming from an OCD driven model!


Seriously though, I was under the impression you could gain muscle with minimal fat at around 1 to 2 pounds per month.

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