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Old 08-02-2011, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default What does it take at minimum?

Reading the thread on who is and isn't a bodybuilder and powerlifter and the question came to mind:

What does it take to gain 10-15 pounds of muscle, and just how much strength can you add in a year?

I mean at minimum. Do you need to be OCD? Do you need to count calories? Do you need a split?

What's the bare minimum you need to reach these goals in a year, and why is it that most don't?
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