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Very thorough, informative article, thank you. However, I have 2 concerns with your advice to us skinny folk. Power lifters seem to think that everyone can do what they do, not so: 1) if you're small jointed then excess loads without adequate connective tissue strengthening will result in failure. Work on wrists especially before attempting those big presses etc. I now tape my wrists AND wear straps for every upper body session. 2) this really bugs me: stop & think WHY people are skinny, despite the volume of food they eat. Food intolerances!! If you're dairy or gluten intolerant (i'm both) then consuming your "half packet mac & cheese & full glass of milk" will be disasterous to gut health & could actually contribute to weight loss! If your gut is inflamed then you won't absorb all of the nutrients, period. If you suspect something is up, eliminate it from your diet for a week or 2 & see what happens, or see a naturopath/nutritionist.

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