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Old 09-28-2010, 01:54 PM   #6
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I think with high volume and hard contraction of the muscles the pump is going to come. I don't think it's specifically okay to just go in the Gym and pump up the muscle. You can use light weight to get a pump but you not gonna get much size. Simply you have to put a heavy enough load on the muscle in order to get some size. Personally, I think we all feel a pump in or muscle even if we aren't "training for the pump". But if that feeling of the pump os a good guide for you then so be it. As ling as there is progression going on keep doing it. Honestly, since it was mentioned on my thread people need to worry about what they do. You do what you do, and I'll do what I do because it works for me.
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