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Pls, can you help me with this?

Pls, can you help me with this? Topic: Pls, can you help me with this?
June 26, 2019 / By Tikva
Question: I used to be very skinny, but since two months ago i've been lifting weight and I'm really amazed at how much muscle I've built. I'm feeling really great, but I have a doubt: I feel that I need to increase the number of my weight bar/dumb bells. I also keep my diet every day and that's sure it plays a major part on my progress, but is it that I'll go on putting more muscles by increasing the weight of the bar/dumbbells? I ask this because i'm not sure if that's the right way..will the muscle extend by itself more and more by increasing the pressure on them?
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Raleigh Raleigh | 3 days ago
Maybe this will help. I know my hubby takes this stuff. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Protein_pow...
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Marlon Marlon
Just remember you need to eat to give your body the materials it needs to build the muscle. And please, work your legs as well as your upper body. There is nothing more pathetic than to see a guy muscled up above the waist then looking down to see pencil legs. Remember also that you have to continue to exercise to maintain muscle or it gets flabby. How much time do you think you will devote to this the rest of your life?
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Jerred Jerred
What your supposed to do is have your bar/dumbells not too heavy.Just where you feel the pressure of them and when you do reps do them slow.Youll gain muscle that way.And if your doing that already,good job keep going.
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Giles Giles
Okay the rules to lifting weights, low weight high reps keeps you toned, high weight low reps bulks you up you can interchange this philosophy and bulk then tone, and thats the trick!
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