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    Whats a good Rep Range to build Mass ?? on Decca should i go low reps or high reps ?? to get the best results ?? ive been switching my workouts to keep the muscle guessing... thanks -J


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    Well no one can answer this for you. Its up to how you grow. Some people respond on low reps, others on high, deca doesn't respond to the rep range, it helps grow more muscle, and whatever rep range works best to add muscle will be the same rep range you should use for deca. Its up to what works for you, not what works for others.

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    Your muscle really just knows how long it's under tension, or Time Under Tension as it is usually called. Why not try researching that?
    Oh, almost forgot: You're only 21 blah blah hormones are already high blah blah wait t'til you're older yada yada nobody listens to this anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCrownedOne
    Oh, almost forgot: You're only 21 blah blah hormones are already high blah blah wait t'til you're older yada yada nobody listens to this anyway.

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