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SS 019 | Bodybuilding Vs. Powerlifting When Volume Is Equal

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The Scientific Strength Podcast is back! This week we'll discuss an interesting study comparing a bodybuilding training regimen to a powerlifting regimen to evaluate muscular adaptations in well trained men. When volume is equal - is one approach better? We'll discuss in Episode 19. 

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