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    (Original post by kieshaxxx)
    I'm 16 (only just) and I go to the gym 3/4 times a week usually. It's not doing me any harm!
    kool, i ll try to apply straight after I become 16

    imasillynarb... i think you need to re-read what u just said.

    i was refering to gains in lean muscle - not in lifts.

    and whilst you have been lifting more, you have been losing weight... generally the more you lift, the more your muscles grow, but you have actually been losing weight.... hhhmmmm

    maybe if u followed a dedicated cut/ bulk programme like every major bobybuilder ever you might make some gains in muscle, instead of just strengh!

    whos clueless now? - smart a*s*

    I don't know about Narb, but I know I think of strength as more important than muscle mass. Bodybuilding is Ok, but for kids and teens it is just crazy to look like a contestant on the worlds strongest man. I would rather be able to lift large weights than weigh large amounts.

    true... but he misread what i said and started throwing insults around... it wasn't related to the actual thread i was just correcting the mr no-it-all-geezer.

    it all depends on personal taste i suppose, when i started i never wanted to get 'big' but the bigger i get the more i want... its one of those things you will never know unless u try.
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