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Old 03-23-2011, 12:27 PM   #5
Isaku900
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When they can tell me legitimate reasoning and planning behind the inclusion of every exercise/movement/accessory into their lifting plan.

When they have more than a basic understanding of the principles of training (intensity, volume, frequency) and how to manipulate them in a progressive program that is always moving towards their goal.

Before then, they won't be able to adjust their training b/c they won't understand why their carefully thought out spreadsheet isn't working, or is working.

Edit note: This is more from the powerlifting perspective, but I'm certain these principles apply to all training.
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