One of the most common comments I hear with new training prospects is...
"I don't want to get bulky".
So - does weight lifting actually make you bulky?
No. And Yes. Maybe. But really, it depends. If you want it to, it can.
OR - it can give you results like you see above.
Weight Lifting has become a science. We know how the body will respond to certain rep ranges, certain loads, certain rest periods. If applied correctly, you can train the body to look how you want. The caveat, of course, being that you have to put in the hard work.
Lean mass does not equate to "bulk".
In order to bulk, it takes serious work, and serious eating. If you want to add 15 pounds of muscle in 30 days, I have a plan for that.
You won't like it, but there's a plan. Do it, and get the results. Chances are you won't do it though.
Ya see, bulking is hard, and female bodybuilders take the good-good to get that way.
Pro CrossFit athletes train all damn day and sleep all dang night and eat exact ways to get like that.
Don't worry, doing a few sets of 8-12 reps will not make you bulky. It will make you stronger, and sexier, and healthier.
It will give you confidence. It will make your bones stronger.
Just be careful, all of those good things become addictive, and you'll want to do it more.
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