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Old 03-15-2014, 08:12 AM   #1
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can you do a lean bulk diet on this training program ? or is it a mass diet ?
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Sets and reps don't really matter. Weight training period will get you bigger and stronger. Diet alone will dictate your body composition.
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Sets and reps don't really matter. Weight training period will get you bigger and stronger. Diet alone will dictate your body composition.
Agree...

I define a lean bulk or cutting program as one you can do while your energy is diminished from a calorie deficit.

That said, if you're reducing calories to lose weight, you can use a slightly lighter version of any program and just monitor your recovery as you go.
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8x8 is great. Would not hesitate to throw in a week of heavy weights in the 3-5 rep range once in a while though.

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Agree...

I define a lean bulk or cutting program as one you can do while your energy is diminished from a calorie deficit.

That said, if you're reducing calories to lose weight, you can use a slightly lighter version of any program and just monitor your recovery as you go.
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