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Old 23-04-2014, 10:09 PM   #5
Chipster_wes
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When you say you want to 'gain mass' what do you actually have in mind?

Mass can be put on as lean muscle mass, in this case you would want to do a slow, clean bulk or to gain any kind of mass aka fat+muscle mass. If you want to look shredded and ripped, you gotta cut a deficit in your diet.

Are you training for strength? Functionality/athleticism? Aesthetics?
Different goals warrant different forms/programs of training. But one thing is for sure - no overload, no improvement.

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