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Muscle Maturity?

TooPowerful4u

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How would you describe muscle maturity. Only thing i could think of would be seperation and development of muscles. Maybe vascularity? What is the difference in the look of someone who has it and one who doesnt?

Is there any way to accelerate muscle maturity?
 

Johnny Bravo

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here is an example

Arnold before 1980, and Arnold at the 1980 olympia and beyond.
Its obvious that his muscles matured after 30 yrs old
 

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Hypertrophyguy said:
I would describe it as muscle density and overall development.
I dont have it yet but from looking at others I would agree with this..
 

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Muscle maturity comes from a thinning of the fascia tissue surrounding the muscles allowing more separation between muscles and especially in the muscles themselves. This comes from years of training, also an older man or woman has thinner skin which allows the onion look a younger bodybuilder has trouble achieving
 

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Thats the anwer i was looking for.

Now, is there a way to speed up muscle maturity? Would tons of stretching for the muscles, stretching the fascial tissue, cuase it to thin at all? Maybe thats the reason they say lots of quad stretching gives better seperation that everyone is always after.

Also, what can help thin the skin? Does that only come with time? Iv heard GH thins the skin, would that speed it up?
 

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Swoll,
Im not trying to be argumentative but I dont know if I buy that answer. I know guys that are 17 yo and walk around with paper thin skin, and I know older guys that have been lifting for 20+ years and they have thick looking skin.
I dont think fascial thickness has anything to do with maturity. I think it is a pretty subjective term that describes someone with a developed physique, I dont think it has much to do with any physiological process, besides developing all the muscles to a very unnatural level. A process that takes years, hence the term mature.
 

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I DISAGREE

You see someone with thick skin and complaining about it ask them what they eat, how much cardio..do they watch sodium intake? has nothing to do with age, but diet and lack of cardio
 

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