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This is just a belief of mine,


I believe naturals to hold a drier, more dense (density does not mean SIZE) and striated look to them due to their muscles being predominantly developed through myofibril growth.

That is why i have stated you can tell which bodybuilders have a heavy lifting background and regimen vs. the guys who like reps and volume. The heavy lifters look denser, harder and drier.

I attribute this to the muscle actually being "drier" due to its composition being a higher % myofibral and less "fluid" (which is what sarcoplasm is mainly comprised of).

I think a lot of guys like to go the volume route, because it elicits the fastest noticeable response (but also leaves the fastest when not being stimulated/supported) and people are impatient. I have no hard scientific support here, but it is a (somewhat and as far as i am aware) consistency iv seen through time.

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