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Old 05-31-2010, 09:46 AM   #10
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I know in my experience I have to answer questions of tons of high school kids my age because I am the only one who is dedicated to training and actually knows a thing or 2. Every time I tell them it is impossible to do both (they want to get the "beach body") they always show me their biceps and ask me why they look bigger then and that I am wrong. What a lot of beginners don't realize is that when you start training you will lose fat which in turn will make the muscle look bigger and more defined, when it really isn't. Try explaining this to kids that are only listening if you are talking about arms or a 6 pack. Go work out your legs!

That's my rant for the day.
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