Winter111
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If I go to the gym will I go up clothing size? I don’t want to want to lose weight
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Your size is determined by how you eat. If you want to go up in size, you must eat in a calorie surplus. The weight lifting will ensure a decent proportion of that additional size is muscle and not just all fat which is what happens when a sedentary person eats in a calorie surplus.
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bulking season lad
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(Original post by Winter111)
If I go to the gym will I go up clothing size? I don’t want to want to lose weight
Sport is the one thing, nutrition is the other one. Match your foods with your training to regulate your lost of calories. Furthermore you can be focused on muscle training and body builing instead of calories. That is another option.
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Depends on the exercises you do and your goals. Follow a program specific to your goals.
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Yes you can get your desired fintess if you want to go to gym regularly depending upon your diet and nutrition ..
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