yeah you are
lolBaby if you time travel back far enough you can avoid that work because the dust won't be there. You're too pretty to be working that hard.
Why not get bigger?
The Paleo Strongwoman - A site dedicated to strength, and feeding strength.
That was the first thing that struck me. If you want to be strong, not big, you might want to follow a strength routine, instead of a mass increasing routine.
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Annie Ups the Ante
Strength and size are not mutually exclusive, so you'll get a bit of both no matter what you do.
If your main goal is strength, use a weight you can do 1-5 reps. For size, you want a weight you can take for many reps, and do many sets of that.
For a beginner wanting strength, I would do Starting Strength, but eat close to maintenance, instead of in a major surplus. You'll plateau sooner if you're not eating in a surplus, but you won't become massive so I'd consider that good for you.
I totally didn't realize that what I was doing was a bodybuilding type routine. I always thought that higher reps meant less size. I think I got that from P90x when they say for women to lean out to do 12-15 reps. Is this just flat out wrong? I should be doing very few reps??