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Old 01-18-2011, 01:39 PM   #3
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I never train to failure but I've read the same thing and concerning more than one discipline.

If something is taken to its limit/failure, the body responds by slamming the brakes on in anticipation at the next session and that's a surefire way to take a step backwards.

I do sessions in which I have 100 deadlifts and that kind of thing, but still never to failure just higher volume and with plenty of rests so that it never gets to the point of tiring either.
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