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Category : John Davies, Training, USP Labs

Summer is here, the music is pumping, the scene is going off and in the exercise world the majority of the talk is about getting lean and uncovering that “beach body”. While I believe being “fit” is a year-round dedication as there is no need to put on unnecessary weight, for many summer training is decidedly different.

Far removed from the beach body notion is the many athletes, strength-athletes and otherwise those in iron-game with a clear cut decision to move against the grain and build vast amounts of muscle. Despite the heat of summer, this sector has placed a bulls-eye on returning in the fall stronger and much bigger. Call it whatever you like but summer 2011 is when many will get bigger, faster and powerful.

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