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Old 03-31-2010, 09:00 AM   #1
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Default I get so confused

I'll admit it. I get so confused. The more I read the less I feel like I know. I see people saying bodybuilders are weak, then I see the numbers they put up and they are strong. I see people smacking talking isolation exercises, yet some grow with and without them. I see one post that advocates mind muscle connection, and one brute strength. Train less then one hour, train more then one hour, train using a split, don't train with a split.

Right now I feel totally confused.
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