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    Default Eric Broser's Fiber Damage Fiber Saturation Training Method

    Eric Broser's Fiber Damage Fiber Saturation Training Method

    http://www.muscleandstrength.com/art...ng-method.html

    FD/FS stands for “Fiber Damage/Fiber Saturation,” and is a training method I have been working with and tweaking over the last 8 months, while looking to add some significant muscle mass to areas that I consider weak points. I should mention that in no way have I abandoned P/RR/S training, but have used FD/FS to greatly augment it.
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    That looks intense. Maybe I'll give it a try!
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