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Jelly’s asked in HealthDiet & Fitness · 8 months ago

Is there a way to build muscle and still look slim?

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If so then how?

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  • 8 months ago
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  • 8 months ago

    Bruce Lee was a perfect example. With his shirt on he looked like a little skinny man. With his shirt off he was solid muscle.

    Exercise, lift weights and do not eat too much junk and you too can look like him, sort of.

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  • Logan
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    8 months ago

    You will look slim if you are not fat. Gains in muscle size from lifting are usually not measurable.

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  • 8 months ago

    Building muscle just increases your body mass and it takes at least a couple months to even start working at all. Muscular people don't look fat

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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago

    Yeah. Lift in the 1-5 rep range. 6-12 rep range specifically focuses on hypertrophy (aka size) so don't do that. 1-5 reps builds smaller, stronger, denser muscle. And then if you ever reach a point where you don't want to get bigger, just stop working on getting stronger. Lift to maintain what you have.

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  • 8 months ago

    Yes.  Workout but don't always do power-lifting moves (high weight low reps), do a mixture of strength and muscular endurance exercises (i.e. higher reps).  It also has a lot to do with diet.  Watch what you eat in addition to doing regular exercise and you will likely get the results you want.

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