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Old 02-28-2014, 01:20 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by miked96 View Post
1.Pick a routine that emphasizes compound movements and work on progressively getting stronger on those movements.
2.Eat enough to allow you to get stronger. If your not getting stronger then eat and rest more.
3.If your getting stronger but putting on to much bodyfat then eat less.
-If you eat less and get stronger then stay the course.
-If you eat less and get weaker then decide if progress in the gym is more or less important than putting on some extra bodyfat that you can get rid of at a later date.

Thats all you need.
We can re hash the subject, a thousand different ways but it really all boils down to this.... excellent advice.

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