Starting Strength Dallas Case Study
Graham gained 17.5lbs in 10.5 weeks. 13.4lbs of that was lean mass, which means he only gained 3.9lbs of fat. He also added 100lbs to his squat (155 - 255lbs), 50 lbs to his press (75 - 125lbs), 45 lbs to his bench (135 - 180lbs), and 135lbs to his deadlift (180 - 315lbs).
Starting Strength Austin Case Study
Kathy Grace took her deadlift from 85lbs to 195lbs for reps in around nine weeks. In the process she gained pounds of muscle and lost pounds of fat, as recorded in a Dexa scan. Read her testimonial, here.
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