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Aaron Curtis

1. Why do you train?
Because I like it! I enjoy the challange of always trying to do more reps or lift more weight than I have previously.

2. What is your training philosophy?
Progressive overload. Full range of motion. Time under tension.

3. How long have you been training for?
15 years.


4. What is important to you in gym apparel?
How it looks and functions.

5. What do you like about Strong Lift Wear?
Apart from the fact that they make awesome apparel. I want to sleep with the owner of the company. Wait, what...

6. How do you spilt your training through the week?
back/rear delt, shoulders/calves, off, triceps/biceps, quads/hams, chest/abs, off

7. What program have you found most beneficial to your growth?
Low volume.

8. What is your favorite ‘Workout’ song?
I don't sing.

9. What is your pet peeve at the gym?
Bad form.

10. What rep range do you find works best for you? 

11. What is your favorite exercise?

12. What is your signature pose?
Single bicep, hand over head.

13. If you could change one aspect of your physique, what would it be?
Acquire Kevin Levrones triceps.

14. How would you describe your diet? Do you follow any protocols?
Eat as many calories as possible from mainly organic/unprocessed foods, whilst hitting my weight loss/weight gain targets.

15. How many calories do you eat when bulking or leaning? And what is your macro % split?
It changes week to week, depending on my weight loss or gain. I will be rough and say 5000cal/3000cal.

16. Dispel one myth about nutrition.
I don't know any myths.

17. What’s your favorite ‘junk’ food?
Ice cream.

18. Dispel one myth about training.
You don't have to train 'that' hard.

19. What are you ultimate aspirations in the sport?
Just get massive.

20. If you weren’t a bodybuilder, what would you be doing?

21. Who inspires you the most and why?
Those who have achieved greatness, in varying aspects of life.

22. What is the most valuable piece of advice you could give an aspiring bodybuilder?
Eat at a calorie surplus, progressively overload and get adequate recovery.

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