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Old 11-16-2011, 08:46 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Kevsworld View Post
Maybe we could start with this:
1. Work on the basic, compound lifts: bench press, squat, deadlift
2. Eat a nutrient dense diet and increase your protein intake.
3. Be sure to get adequate rest, including adequate sleep.
4. Focus on good form--never sacrifice form.
5. Focus on diet and training over supplements.

Just a few ideas, assuming you are healthy and just now starting out.
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