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Old 01-30-2009, 07:58 PM   #12
Patrick Yeung
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Okay, fair enough. Just know, its hard to do two things at the same time. If you want to lose fat, youre not gonna be making much in strength gains. If you want to make strength gains, youre gonna put on fat.

You may need to just suck it up and know your squat will suffer till you can get to your weight, where youll be able to start lifting heavy again with the needed calories.
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