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    Default Bone Structure and Muscle Development

    Hi to all out there,this is my first posted thread. I have always beleived that a persons bone structure controlled his/her potential for overall muscle development.Taller people with large bone structure have a greater potential to develop(with diet and weight training)larger muscle mass overall.I was told that a persons wrist size was a good indicator of his/her bone structure.Smaller wrist size usually means that a that a persons overall potential for size is reduced. Is there a way that one can reasonablly determine with diet and training what can be achieved in development.I am always refering to training without the use of steriods and using only natural training methods.Any ideas on this topic would be greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg G View Post
    Hi to all out there,this is my first posted thread. I have always beleived that a persons bone structure controlled his/her potential for overall muscle development.Taller people with large bone structure have a greater potential to develop(with diet and weight training)larger muscle mass overall.I was told that a persons wrist size was a good indicator of his/her bone structure.Smaller wrist size usually means that a that a persons overall potential for size is reduced. Is there a way that one can reasonablly determine with diet and training what can be achieved in development.I am always refering to training without the use of steriods and using only natural training methods.Any ideas on this topic would be greatly appreciated.

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    Hi Greg...Welcome to the forum

    Have a look at This article about the three body types, and also the training and nutrition that goes along with each body type.

    Determine what bodytype you are, and if you want any help with training and/or nutrition then post it up....
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