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Hard and Heavy for Larger Body Parts?

cameronhentz 3 years ago in Workouts updated by andy 3 years ago 2

Regardless of natty/enhanced status, would you say there is a definitive benefit for training larger body parts, (i.e.- back, chest,) , in "hard and heavy" style of training focusing more on weight and frequency, rather than volume-based? I've noticed better gains and quality of muscle from said "hard and heavy" workouts, especially in those two areas listed above.

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Whether natural or not, OVERLOAD is key. This will entail going hard and heavy, both relative terms. Aim to progress each and every workout.

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Whether natural or not, OVERLOAD is key. This will entail going hard and heavy, both relative terms. Aim to progress each and every workout.