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Old 03-29-2011, 09:48 AM   #8
IronManlet
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Whenever I started just going into the gym and doing what I felt like + making progress in reps/sets/weight whenever possible, I got stronger.

Take my Deadlifts as an example. Like Steve was saying, basically no structure beyond consistently training heavy with them on a regular basis got me from 315 to 450 relatively quickly; and I aim to pull 500 come September.
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