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Old 11-28-2009, 06:54 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by chess315 View Post
I dont thin linar perdozation is need for someone beching 200 and squating 250
Just like MAB, I'm wondering if you're promoting just going for it as much as possible. I think you are. I don't see the point either of not "going for it" if you lifts are weak.

I also think that stalling like MAB says is blown out of proportion. So many guys fear it and start yelling muscle confusion. It's a siilly concept to me. I was reading about Paul Anderson on the forum and it's apparent that a lot of these old guys just stuck with the basics their entire life.
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