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Old 11-16-2016, 10:48 AM   #1
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Just wanted to post this here, its an article I wrote to try to get some more bodybuilders to try powerlifting while explaining how it could help their bodybuilding if they decide to go back to that high rep training. A few solid programs, one from the M&B site.

https://content.tigerfitness.com/how...-bodybuilding/
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Old 11-16-2016, 12:27 PM   #2
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Just wanted to post this here, its an article I wrote to try to get some more bodybuilders to try powerlifting while explaining how it could help their bodybuilding if they decide to go back to that high rep training. A few solid programs, one from the M&B site.

https://content.tigerfitness.com/how...-bodybuilding/
Nice. Always good to see mabbers getting stuff published.
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Old 11-16-2016, 11:34 PM   #3
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Nice. Always good to see mabbers getting stuff published.
I agree - your very talented Rob!
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Not bad, I started out in powerlifting and I always based my training around the big three squat, bench press, squat, and I may change up from time to time with dumbbell for chest and shoulders, and recently I went back to pulling , I had to modify something instead of deadlifting off the ground I rack pull, and I do alternate squats, and rack pulls so I don't fry my back and I know every good bodybuilder does powerlift, because it develops thick thickness and density in the muscles, so a bigger muscle=a stronger muscle, when I was competing in the 90's we had Mike François who in the off season would train at Louie Simmons's West Barbell, and that was a rarity, because Louie does not allow bodybuilder in his gym at all! and Mike was an IFBB Pro. my training style is now Power/Muscle/ Burn which was developed by Steve Shaw and I will say this the best system I have ever used, and I love it for fact it give different rep ranges to promote hypertrophy so I still keep the power in the power exercises which is always a good thing, and I had no nagging injuries since I have been doing this system and my last thing I will say this most "Bro think that if your going to compete in bodybuilding that you should not squat or deadlift because it make the butt bigger by squatting , and deadlift widens your waist well I can tell you when I competed I kept squats, and deadlifts and I held on to my size, sure when you have restricted calories you not pushing the amounts weights that you were when you powerlifting, but you be bigger than the "Bro builder who believes light weights and high reps, because you have to give muscle a reason to stay big!
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