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    How much fat gain to muscle gain is expected when LEAN bulking?

    I'm looking for a more science based, numerical answer here if anyone knows it. If I'm lean bulking gaining .5lbs a week or 2lbs a month as a beginner, what percent of that is normally fat?
    Weighted calisthenics>weights anyday. Relative strength>absolute strength
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    Originally Posted by Animal2692 View Post
    I'm looking for a more science based, numerical answer here if anyone knows it. If I'm lean bulking gaining .5lbs a week or 2lbs a month as a beginner, what percent of that is normally fat?
    Assuming you're brand new, over the course of a year you'd likely average between 60% and 80% of it being non-fat weight.... but it will vary depending on your starting body comp and how much progress you make in strength, and how tall you are, as well as your overall genetics.
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