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Old 12-20-2013, 12:24 AM   #10
CountryFriedMuscle
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I agree with what everyone else has said; training should not differ. Get bigger, get stronger, pretty simple and those are the things you can control. However, I will say that if you are looking to compete at specific things, in this case bodybuilding, having certain features makes it easier/harder.

For instance, I could probably never hack it as a bodybuilder. I am too short, have a gigantic ass and a big waist, thick torso with no V taper. I am a wreck for most bodybuilding aesthetic features and have been since before i touched a weight. However, letting a predetermined thing like body type stop you from chasing something is just silly. Bust ass and get better, thats all that anyone can do.
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