I was reading an article in Men's Fitness (I know, I know, that's why I'm asking here) and it was talking about how to get stronger without gaining size. I've always been the guy with broad shoulders and a big chest etc. It was pretty easy for me to get size. The size always involved extra fat though. I went from 230 to 204 over the past few months and I'd like to keep going. I've been lifting as well as doing cardio 4-5 times a week. I kinda like the idea of getting down to ~185 but pretty strong.
The article said to do this you should lift heavy weights, quickly, with less reps. They said the speed and the heavy weight makes your nervous system adjust and uses more muscle fibers or something like that.
I just wanted to know what you all thought about this theory. Being "big" is fun, but I'm ready for clothes to fit better and be cut up more.