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Think you know your alcohol as well as your right bicep muscle, think again and be prepared to have your mind blown.
Alcohol and weight training seem to create a popular combination. We have a negative light that always shines on alcohol. What happen if alcohol maybe has gotten a bad reputation in the weight lifting world, when it doesn't really deserve the negative connotation? This articles does into depth and analyzing how alcohol impacts each and every factor specifically consider when one is trying to improve their bodybuilding appurtenance, or their new deadlift max for their recreation weight lifting goal. I am a certified personal trainer by the National Federation of Professional Trainer (accredited by the NCAA), certification number 45582.
©2014 Trevor Clinger (P)2014 Trevor Clinger
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By Ntussia on 01-25-17

NEVER DRINKING AGAIN!

What was one of the most memorable moments of A Weight Lifter's Guide to Alcohol?

I couldn't believe just how damaging alcohol was to the body especially when your trying to achieve a goal of weight loss or muscle gain!

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