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Old 11-27-2009, 12:39 PM   #11
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Good feedback. Thanks.

I need to keep my focus on my big 4 lifts - bench, OH press, deadlift and squats. If I don't, it's hard for me to focus during a program. I have somewhat of an obsession with progression on these 4 lifts.

I have tried a "Starr like" approach to benching. In fact, the 4x5 is one of my favorite benching approaches. As I get older, and the weight gets heavier, I find that higher rep sets aren't that fun. Even 5 reps is a burden.

Hepburns approach makes sense because I have been basically utilizing it in one form or another all year...though my approach had been strict rest pause.

My plan is about as ideal as I can make it for myself. Hopefully, I will feel the same in 2 months.
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