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Old 06-04-2012, 11:49 AM   #1
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Default Visual Signs You Are Getting Bigger and Have Appreciable Size

Gaining muscle is hard and it can be difficult to tell if you're getting close.

What are some of the visual signs you can use to tell that you are getting big?

Some I can think of include:

1. When standing relaxed with arms down, you can see your lats from the front.

2. Your torso makes a "V" without flexing your lats/back.

3. Your entire body, head to toe, makes an "X".

Anyone care to add any insights they might have?
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