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    Quote Originally Posted by LukasA View Post
    I want to learn about muscles, I don't know if I should be more specific
    You should be more specific, but you could start here.

    http://www.reybustos.com/03ra/ra.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flake View Post
    You should be more specific, but you could start here.

    http://www.reybustos.com/03ra/ra.html
    Specifying; I want to learn how to tone muscles and where muscles go, like if a man was muscular than where would he have lumps (lol I don't know what else to use instead of lumps)

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    Did you look at the website? Mouse over the naked men..

    Also buy an anatomy book. Stephen Rogers Peck is good, as are another half dozen that you can find by searching these forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flake View Post
    Did you look at the website? Mouse over the naked men..

    Also buy an anatomy book. Stephen Rogers Peck is good, as are another half dozen that you can find by searching these forums.
    Yes I did! It's really helpful to what I'm trying to learn, thank you
    I'll look for that author at the library, and hopefully find other books like his next to his

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