Which is more important for building muscle?

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    That's more click bait than a legit question...


    A balanced combination is ...

    proper nutrition
    muscle activation
    rest

    these are 3 things that will immediately make positive changes in LBM

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    You can train all you want....but if you don't eat food you'll shrink and die


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    Quote Originally Posted by HFO3 View Post
    That's more click bait than a legit question...


    A balanced combination is ...

    proper nutrition
    muscle activation
    rest

    these are 3 things that will immediately make positive changes in LBM
    Its not click bait.
    You changed the question.
    Can you answer the question I asked?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldschool View Post
    Its not click bait.
    You changed the question.
    Can you answer the question I asked?
    I'm honing my deflection skills, still not there yet

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    Lol...food is the way obvious answer. If you can eat correctly 100% if the time you can look good with 1/3 of the work it takes the average man...

    because some food taste so good it donít matter if itís unhealthy

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    Training is the stimulus. Nutrition supports muscle adaptation but doesn't cause it.


    amirite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phill View Post
    neither option is correct.

    this is a trap
    ​JUST BLAME IT ON THE TREN

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleOvertime View Post
    Training is the stimulus. Nutrition supports muscle adaptation but doesn't cause it.


    amirite?
    The birthday boy is correct.
    I see that you didn't sleep through your physiology classes.
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    It should be both...nice poll there Oldschool as it gets the debate going.
    Show me

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleOvertime View Post
    Training is the stimulus. Nutrition supports muscle adaptation but doesn't cause it.


    amirite?
    Question was.... which is more important.

    IMO without protein, u can stimulate all day long. And not build muscle.

    Amino acids ARE the building blocks


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    There is not building (rebuilding is a more descriptive term) without damage.
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    Training

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    Quote Originally Posted by Augustine5I View Post
    Question was.... which is more important.

    IMO without protein, u can stimulate all day long. And not build muscle.

    Resistance exercise stimulates muscle protein synthesis even in a calorie deficit state. It's not optimal but it does show that training is the first thing that has to happen to build muscle.
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