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Old 12-03-2009, 07:14 PM   #7
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One approach I would recommend for training is to use a solid, heavy weight for an exercise, rep out until about 8 reps, then rest for 30 seconds. Repeat this for 5 to 10 sets. If the weight feels still too light, you can so slow negatives on each rep, taking 6 seconds to lower the weight. This approach is a butt kicker, and definitely doesn't require super heavy weight.

Maybe some of the other guys have suggestions about the training.

Can you see any of your abs? Just trying to judge your bodyfat level...
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