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mrbusiness 05-19-2005 05:44 PM

helloooo
 
Well I am aspiring body builder, just learning as much as I can, quickly as I can, and trying to help others. I used to be 6'2'' 165 and Im currently a light 210 and gaining. Any tips, training techniques, or questions you want to ask I will be more then happy to awnser or learn.


Mr. Business

verbatimreturned 05-19-2005 05:55 PM

welcome to the forum mr business nice to have u here

Boxing Raven 05-20-2005 06:27 AM

Geez....
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by TAURUS
Hello BIZ. I have a question - What fiber training 'sequence' or recruitment of fibers types -- I/IIa/IIb -- must be followed in order to build MASS the fastest?
And is a specific fiber 'type' of the muscle closer to the bones in our bodies in relation to other 'types' which may be more of an external or surface 'type' fiber, or are they all just 'mixed' in with each other and have no specific orientation in relationship to our skeletal system?
To simplify -- Are there 'foundation' muscle fiber types that should be trained first in order to fully optimize training for MASS?


Taurus....yer an @rse. :D

Dr X 05-20-2005 02:08 PM

Hi Mr. Business
How do you get big biceps and a washboard stomach? ;)

apocalypse 05-22-2005 11:54 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by TAURUS
Hello BIZ. I have a question - What fiber training 'sequence' or recruitment of fibers types -- I/IIa/IIb -- must be followed in order to build MASS the fastest?
And is a specific fiber 'type' of the muscle closer to the bones in our bodies in relation to other 'types' which may be more of an external or surface 'type' fiber, or are they all just 'mixed' in with each other and have no specific orientation in relationship to our skeletal system?
To simplify -- Are there 'foundation' muscle fiber types that should be trained first in order to fully optimize training for MASS?

LMAO, be nice Taurus.


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