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  1. TheHungsta is offline

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    working out

    How do you work out and gain strength but not a lot of muscle mass?
  2. Jenfucius is offline

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    maybe you should quit your whining and pump some iron, girlie man. gaining hardcore mass is more difficult than you think.
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    Just finished my last set of curls. By the way, I said how do you gain strength and NOT muscle mass.
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    stop whining!
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    you're gonna gaing some anyway, thats unavoidable.

    IIRC, its high weight low reps. high reps lower weight adds mass more. BTW... Do A SEARCH, its been discussed before.

    ****, lets just make a damn FAQ.
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    Originally posted by Jenfucius
    stop whining!
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    Originally posted by Nihilanthic
    its high weight low reps.



    Strength and size are NOT directly proportional but with one comes the other. Whiners....
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    Do you want to demonstrate strength within the confines of a particular lift (or lifts)? Or do you want strength which applies to any venue? If the latter, Pizdoff has it right.
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    I'll give you TEH S1Z3 biiiiiaaatchhhhh!!!!
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    "Its high weight low reps. high reps lower weight adds mass more."

    This can be very confusing. I've often heard high weight, low reps is the way to get big.

    I guess you have to determine what is "high". If you are using a weight that allows you to do 20 reps, your basiclaly working endurance and you're not going to get any big. 5-12 reps you are working both size and strenght. Lower that that you're training like a power lifter and your primarily focusing on strength.
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