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16.5 inches, cold. Key differences between this year’s bulk and last year’s bulk.
Posted By John Stone On November 18, 2005 @ 8:59 am In Daily Blog | No Comments
I had a nice day of rest yesterday, and am more than ready to work my legs tonight. While I was sitting around yesterday afternoon wishing I could lift, I decided to measure my arm while it was “cold” (no pump). I was pleasantly surprised to discover that I’ve already hit 16.5 inches, cold. That’s the biggest my arms have ever been, and I’m only 2 weeks into my bulk (and still at a fairly low 9% body fat). I have to admit that I’m a little surprised that I’ve broken new ground so quickly. I started thinking about some of the key differences between this bulk and my last bulk (which was very successful). I think some of these differences are why my body is responding so well. Here’s what I came up with:
I thought I’d post that information because maybe it will be useful to some of you. This journey is a continuous learning process and we’re all different, so I can’t guarantee that any of the stuff I posted above is right for you. However, it might be worth looking into if you’re having trouble gaining mass.
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