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Old 03-09-2013, 08:49 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by BigJosh View Post
I am just a guy who's goal is to be to be big and strong. I am not a powerlifter nor am I a bodybuilder. Is your program suited toward my goal?

Also, I am currently on a diet geared toward losing fat. I do not always eat this way, I usually eat to gain. Can I do your program while on my fat loss diet or should I wait until I am once again eating to gain?
There is no need to be a powerlifter to run this program. The end result is to be stronger overall, not just the powerlifts. I have trained countless athletes using this same method, including a young man a few years ago who currently just missed the latest Olympic trails. His offseason training still looks very similar.

As far as a fat loss diet goes, it should not affect your training. While I cant say you will not gain "weight" It should be muscle if you are following a solid diet.
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