There are too many variables to accurately answer this question.
but if your body isn't physically growing (puberty) or you're not eating enough....well then you won't gain anything
Last edited by BigChaseyChase; 01-23-2002 at 11:09 PM.
Thats a hard question. Look at members of your family. Look at pictures of your uncles or aunite from 10 years ago .... are they alot slimmer ??
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are you talking about muscle or fat?
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Dude, did Doogie Howser just steal my fucking car?
What i always wonder about is how much stronger or bigger i would have been now compared to last year if i wouldn`t have trained at all. bcuz of course the average 15 or 16 yr old who doesn`t train is stronger than the average 14 yr old who doesn`t
I guess I don't get the question.
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