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Maximum hypertrophy Raseduxy 20/04/20(Mon)00:22 No. 34760

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Are John Meadows most complete programs for bodybuilding? And how much muscle stretching can actually help hypertrophy.
Or should i just don't overthinking (which i do more than i should) and do what Ronnie said: Bodybuilding is doing heavy weight for most reps possible (aka going to failure every set)

Anonymous 20/04/21(Tue)02:13 No. 34781

Alright man, first you're not going to listen. I know this.

You're not going to listen because I'm just another voice on the website you visit, and not some expert (to you).

Second, you say you want to do bodybuilding? OK. What are you doing right now? Are you currently training?

Third, post what you're doing now so we can answer you if we choose (although you won't listen)

Anonymous 20/04/21(Tue)02:19 No. 34782

I'm going to answer preemptively. I'm assuming you have never really trained and you have it in your head to lift weights.

Pick up a copy of Starting Strength: Basic Barbell Training. Do the program. Eat food.

Do it. You won't.

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