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Old 02-10-2011, 11:38 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by BendtheBar View Post
And an intermediate lifter will know how to take a new technique and apply it for maximal results. You won't stagnate or stall (much), and your gains and progress will generally be rapid or maximal.
agreed steve.... if you are a true beginner you would not be able to progress or handle new programs and workouts. just because you begin a new program does not put you back at beginner level with your overall training. even when you start a new program you may have quick results at first but you will progress to the point of slow gains very quickly. most likely within a few months time were as a true beginner would have more optimal gains than intermediate with the same start and same program.
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