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Old 10-24-2013, 04:37 PM   #10
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Classic for me, but that is not really a shock to anybody that knows me.

There's more to the answer though.

Todays lifter, generally works a split with a heavy emphasis on isolation movements as compared to the classic lifter. The classic lifter used a generally smaller number of moves utilizing a fullbody program most of the time. So, the overall flow of the body is a bit different for a classic as compared to a modern.

Even if the modern put on some weight in bodyfat, there would be some subtle differences that most people probably wouldnt notice.
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