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Old 01-26-2014, 01:49 PM   #2
BendtheBar
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Originally Posted by stef56 View Post
Hi all, Hi BBOD,
Welcome to the forum.

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I read a lot about boydbuilding and found some sense in guys like Stuart McRobert, Mike Mentzer, Jim wendler, and every other guys who are in the "less is more" and "get strong to get big" thing, but i was never really able to apply the methodology, or at least make it work for me.
Ok. There could be many reasons for this. Consistency, net strength changes and food play a huge role.

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Nowadays i train at home in my garage with only a power rack and bars. I didn't do anything else than abbreviated workouts using Squat, deadlift, bench, press, rows, pull ups, and dips for at least 3 years, but am still ridiculously weak (and light) !
Time and that extra rep and pound per week will cure this.

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BBOD, I saw your Videos on youtube, and felt really connected to your thinking, that's why i'm here today.
Welcome aboard. This site is all about results. We will help you in any way we can.

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any advise is welcome
My main advise is to maximize every set, and use a workout that fits your schedule. It's better to train with fewer days and remain consistent than it is to try and train more and miss workouts.
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