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2005/07/30 09:48:01 (permalink)
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Clean bulking

I know this has probably been asked a million times but are their any articles on clean bulking as i have time on my hands and wud like the challenge of a clean bulk. Thanx in advance
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Clean bulking 2005/07/30 10:01:37 (permalink)
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    RE: Clean bulking 2005/07/30 10:09:15 (permalink)
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    just had a look at the article and was impressed. When i said clean bulking i mean with minimal increase in body fat. Looking at the article,i think its at least a thousand calories too many for me and was wondering where to make to changes. i train 4 times a week and am looking to pack on some lean muscle and weigh 60kg
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    RE: Clean bulking 2005/07/30 11:45:55 (permalink)
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    i dont buy lean bulking which i think you mean

    it depends what you call a bulk - 5lbs gains and minimal bf% increase for me is a 'mens health' bulk

    20lbs and then strip down 5 or so lbs then yes

    clean bulking is basically IMO utilising quality foods to add mass rather than clumsy eating evrything in sight, lean bulking simply doesnt work for most
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    RE: Clean bulking 2005/07/30 12:06:53 (permalink)
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    I'm the same as Slimbops as I've just started bulking up hopefully to enter my first all natural comp in a year or two. I to train four days a week and only use supplements following a workout.
    I think its just a case of increasing calories and monitoring how your body reacts. If gain to much fat over an extended peroid of time, just reduce intake or do some cardio.
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