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Argument About Size


#1

My friend seams to think that low weight and large reps = size/mass

I think low reps and large weight = size/mass

whos right


#2

which one of you is bigger?

/end thread


#3

thats not the argument, he thinks low weight and hight reps = size/reps

I think high weight and low reps = size/reps


#4

sorry size/mass


#5

x2


#6

large reps and large weight and high weight = size/reps

see your both wrong


#7

stupid question bro

btw have you allowed Hany Rambod into your life and accepted him as your savior? Allow the power of FST-7 to guide you.


#8

all i wanna know is who the hell is that in Ct.'s avatar


#9

Its my pretty lil pain kitten.....


#10

Food = size/mass. Training dictates the type of mass.


#11

I hate you and your friend. You more, though, for actually making this thread.


#12

lulz


#13

You forgot to add teh roidz in the equation.

And yeah, what Waylander wrote....


#14


^this is how.


#15

hey- jacksmithbrew get an avatar pic up and running so as i can masterbate to it.

do either one all out heavy rep, then wait a week and do it again OR just stay super light and get your reps into the crazy numbers. i did 5 sets of 82 reps w/ 35lb dbs for chest yesterdays...i feel like a big man.

i hate this forum sometimes. i wish the site had a screener wherein if the topic was too fucking silly it would be denied. i'm going to go write about my beard.


#16

When you trim or shave it, do you use one long razor stroke, or many smaller razor strokes?

What supps do you use for your beard?


#17

^ this

i have a skinny ecto/hardgainer beard type and have real trouble adding mass, i think i need a good supp plan to get some proper growth happening.

what's your peri-shave protocol like?


#18

I got a friend in my football team.

He got 170 kg squat, 240 kg deadlift and a 140 kg bench. I got a 180 kg squat, 240 kg deadlift and a 120 kg bench.

He is the bigger guy because he train a lot of high reps 8-15 reps. But you would not gain size if you did not have the strength for it.

I only train 1-3 reps mostly. So i only get strength and less hypertrophy.

Nobody gets big by doing 8-15 reps on 40 kg in the bench press.

So gain strength first then work in the higher rep ranges to build quality mass.


#19

Maybe for the 2nd or 3rd time in my life, when i typed 'lol', it was a correct representation of my real life action.


#20

After seeing you drop this into pretty much every thread, i decided to actually read up on it. Looks pretty interesting....