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Will weight training make your body parts bigger?


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2011-01-12 08:00:48
2011-01-12 08:00:48

It will make your muscles bigger which will seem to make your parts bigger, but it doesn't make your arms or legs or anything else grow. Your parts will probably become bigger around if measured, but that's muscle growth. it can make muscles larger and bones stronger. If you are worried about looking fatter don't. If you want larger breasts wont work.

Weight training alone does not make your body parts bigger. To get bigger, you must eat above your maintenance calories. Muscles do not grow out of thin air. You must feed the body what it needs to support your weight training. If you don't feed it enough calories, then you will never grow.

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They grow as your body grows and eventually they get bigger and bigger with your height and weight

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