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Old 04-26-2011, 01:23 PM   #1
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Default Big But Dumb

Last year I ran a program that I called Big But Dumb. Basically, I used only 1-2 lifts per workout - generally a major compound lift, and a supporting or synergistic exercise.

I am in the mood to simplifying. I don't like going into the gym with a long agenda of exercises to perform. My challenge right now is to meld Big But Dumb with a fullbody approach.

I am still trying to work this through...

My goals are as always powerbuilding. I want to get my deadlift up while maintaining muscle mass.

I might toss out a few ideas in this thread.
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