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Muscle & fat science


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Excerpt: Hi, which one is it? Having been on the treadmill for a while now, I noticed my arms have gotten bigger and stronger and of course my legs too. I'm more athletic built than most girls so I guess it's easier for my muscles mass to build. I don't mind looking athletic but I do want to tone down a bit on the muscles... so I'm just wondering if the muscles that have built be reduced and what would become of them? fat? or is it the other way... all the muslces I've built were actually fat?

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    Muscle & fat science

    Hi, which one is it? Having been on the treadmill for a while now, I noticed my arms have gotten bigger and stronger and of course my legs too. I'm more athletic built than most girls so I guess it's easier for my muscles mass to build. I don't mind looking athletic but I do want to tone down a bit on the muscles... so I'm just wondering if the muscles that have built be reduced and what would become of them? fat? or is it the other way... all the muslces I've built were actually fat?


    Also, any suggestion on how to reduce muscles from getting bigger and stronger? thanks!

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    Re: Muscle & fat science

    no muscle and fat are 2 completely different things

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    Re: Muscle & fat science

    If ALL you did is use the treadmill and you're arms grew then yeah you've got good genetics.

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    Not sure how you're gonna tone down a bit on the muscles when all you did was the treadmill... Lol

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    Quote Quote posted by SteveMobsterG View Post
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    You might actually be holding more water in your muscles right now, at it takes a lit of targeted tracing over a long time to increase muscle tissue.

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