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Don't know if this is the right section to post this in - Mods feel free to move it if required!
Anyway, I've been on a cut for a while now, and I've noticed that the veins in my hands, and forearms are a lot more pronounced. I am certainly loosing my beer gut etc, and getting fitter.
Is this increase vascularity a sign of decreased bodyfat%, or larger veins due to increased fitness?
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