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Old 11-22-2009, 02:15 AM   #6
Bodybygamma
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Originally Posted by Grim83 View Post
i never understood the idea of high rep warm ups, to me it feels better to do low rep ones with heavier weights because

1.) it prepares the muscle and gets everything ready to move
2.) no significant pump so i wont cramp up mid set
3.) there is less fatigue caused
I agree, Look at olympic lifters who haul heavy ass weight, they don't do more then 3 reps at a time for most lifts. I personally feel do a lot of light sets until you feel ready to SMASH! F'ing Weights!
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