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Old 06-30-2007, 01:27 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SteSteez
Yea i agree the topic has alot of issues relating to actual bodybuilding but i just found the amount of topics on this forum where alot of the people who post (particularly the younger posters) are very self-conscious about how their bodies are appearing to others and continually posting topics asking how to define their muscles more which is why i tried having the bodybuilding stance of things included in the post.

i'm open to all suggestions so if you feel something in the post isn't correct PM me with a written alternative and we can sort out including it in the main topic

On the issue of protein i have stated in the topic i can only speak about my own experiences and how i have progressed and how other people have progressed and become professionals in bodybuilding/strength training/mma... and what they have said, and what i say.
If you feel protein is overrated then fair enough
I've just read a lot of studies on how it's bad for your kidneys, and I think a lot of it is companies trying to 'sell' their products. Protein is obviously essential, but too much can be detrimental.
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