Diminishing returns or max out?

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2004/03/10 22:08:17 (permalink)

Diminishing returns or max out?

I was watching the Arnold Shwarzenegger competition the other night and couldn't help but ask the questions, how big can the body really get before it just stop's growing.

I mean if you follow the right routines and you eat the right foods and you are consistent in your body building regiment and you do not use drugs, the body must have a point of diminishing returns or just totally maxed out? You can't get any bigger?

Just wondering what your thoughts are on body mass limitations?



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    RE: Diminishing returns or max out? 2004/03/10 22:31:36 (permalink)
    Yes there would be a natural limitation in my opinion..because of bone density and structure and so on, most people dont have enough time on their hands anyway as you age quickly. The only way for more muscle that is possible in the future is through evolution (natural selection) or genetic modification of humans....i hate GM and cloning stuff its wrong, but anyway thats going off the subject :)
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    RE: Diminishing returns or max out? 2004/03/11 00:49:19 (permalink)
    I think that there is a limitation as well to how big you can get but I don't think any man can actually reach that within the years they have. At one point in your life you get to old and start diminishing. If we could be 20 years old forever than I think someone could see the truth
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