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JmFernandez
post Nov 14 2009, 10:06 PM
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Hi... I have no problem with training and play ....
You´ll gain more power on your arms, slow is an urban legend ...

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MirkoSchmidt
post Nov 20 2009, 11:49 PM
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thats sounds very good for me! glad to hear that!!!

Ok, JMFernandez, i believe you! you look very strong!!!! nice picture man! huh.gif

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post Nov 21 2009, 12:12 AM
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QUOTE (JmFernandez @ Nov 14 2009, 03:06 PM) *
slow is an urban legend


It's a misunderstanding of how the muscles work. Folks that never dabbled in body building don't always understand that in order to build muscle, you have to tear it and provide your body with the fuel to rebuild it. Further, if I get this right, the periods of fatigue after someone first gets started with exercise will be longer until they are more used to the cycle of tearing/rebuilding.

So, and again: if I understand it fully, there may be some slowness after exercising the first few days while the muscles are fatigued and torn. Once they've been built up you will be in better shape so those periods will be shorter AND you'll have done it from a stronger base of muscle.

The "legend" comes in when people suggest that it makes you slow forever which is (as you suggest) ridiculous. That part of the legend is nonsense which appears to have been fabricated by scrawny guys who wanted to believe that they truly had some hidden physical advantage without any training.


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