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Old 01-25-2011, 07:02 AM   #27
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Originally Posted by bigtim27 View Post
Thats the approach I'm taking as well. I'm going to progress slowly into it instead of balls to the wall burned out after 4 - 6 weeks. I think I did that too much with my other routines. NEver fully progressed and always trying to move more and more to quickly so i could post up numbers to impress people. Leaving the ego out of this routine.
Thats the same as me mate... always wanting to show everyone how much i could lift, then got bored of the program a few weeks in cos im not a powerlifter at heart, im a bodybuilder lol

The great thing about this routine is the numbers arent reletive to people on splits because of how it is set up. I mean i would have been ashamed to be benching 60kg on a split, but i am actually really happy i am still at it on this routine lol

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