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Drew Baye. do almost anything, results have more to do with your genetics than the training method”

Contrary to popular opinion…
-the rep method you use does not
make a huge difference ,
in the long run, in muscle strength
and size gains
“If you do almost anything, your
results have more to do with your
genetics than the training method”

Why do a particular method?
“Any training method, that is
-hard & progressive
-done consistently
-with volume & frequency that
YOUR BODY is able to recover
from and adapt to…
CAN eventually get you as
muscular as your genetics allow

A lot of methods are effective…
-see many different approaches
that produce impressive physiques
“Beyond the method, their genetics,
diet, and other things have

100 people: same genetics
different methods, if:
-hard, progressive, consistent
-right volume & frequency:
100 people, different genetics
results will be pretty different
Someone got results from a method?
-not proof that they could not have
results from another method

Not proof that they could not have
done it far more efficiently & safely
-also not proof that you can get
same results from that method
“If you train hard & progressive &
consistently & volume & frequency
are right FOR YOU,
you can eventually get as strong
and muscular as your genetics allow


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