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    If a guy trains only for strength for a certain period of time, and gains some size, but not that much because his diet wasnt good, what would happen if he maintained his strength level but eat much much more protein?
    If you say that there is truly a direct proportion between strength and size, and between size and eating, that means eating is proportional to strength(assuming your pushing your training to the limit)
    But is it really?
    Everyone has a friend that can bench more than you...

    EASY FUCKING LIGHTWEIGHT!!!!!!!

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    Yes, they are proportional. I used to train in a powerlifting gym for many years. Many wouldn't let thier body weight increase to stay in their weight class. Of course they got stronger over time but eventually their lifts would stagnate and they would decide to eat big and move up a weight class. Sure as shit, their lifts would go through the roof and they would gain lots of new muscle. Training stimulates growth, your diet provides the builing blocks. You can't build a 4,000 sq/ft home with 3,000 sq/ft of materials. May sound simplistic but it's the same with muscle.

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    • #3
      lol at the house analogy
      Everyone has a friend that can bench more than you...

      EASY FUCKING LIGHTWEIGHT!!!!!!!

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