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  • Coat Color Genetics - Brown, Black, Palomino & Buckskin
    Understanding color coat genetics are great if you are breeding your horses and you want to figure out what crosses will produce what colors. Each color has its own gene combination for what they will present and produce. Brown A brown horse must have one parent that is black, brown or a color with black points, such as a bay. A brown horse can be homozygous for the black gene, which means that they can potentially produce a black horse. In f Read More...
  • Stop Listening To Those That Blame Genetics Because Of No Muscle Weight Gain
    Copyright (c) 2007 Jonathan Perez Have you ever noticed that whenever someone is discussing a specific muscle weight gain routine it always seems to come back to "well, yeah, you do the same set and rep scheme as such and such, but you won't look like him because of genetics"? What's really beginning to bother me is noticing how many trainers are instantly laying the blame on a "bad set of genes" for the fact that they aren't seeing any real mu Read More...
  • Size Genetics - The Importance of Keeping Track
    It's often been said that the first steps of any journey are the hardest, but once you've begun everything gets easier. That's why the use of a Size Genetics device has to start with a double proof of honesty from you, the customer. The first is an honest and dedicated commitment to the device and the included exercise program, and the second is an accurate and honest starting measurement of your penis. There should be no reason to exaggerate thi Read More...
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