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What you've read is false. You may not end up with a bodybuilder's body, but push ups is a fundamental exercise everybody does, whether going to a gym or not. It definitely helps you gain muscle mass as long as you keep challenging yourself and altering your workout to target different areas of your chest as well as to prevent your body from adapting to the ...


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What you're asking is more or less impossible. To build any kind of lean mass you need a caloric surplus (eat more calories than you burn), and to reduce fat you need a caloric deficit (burn more than you eat). So you need to work on one of them at a time. I mean unless you take steroids or have found a breakthrough carb cycling diet that is. You say you ...


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No, the "formula" for gaining muscle mass is pretty much the same for all people regardless of age. You should take into consideration, however, that to achieve the end result that you want, it will require more effort than it would require from somebody in their mid-twenties. Everything is going to progress as planned as long as you adhere to muscle-mass-...



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