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Old 05-09-2011, 10:22 AM   #9
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Sometimes I think/feel that exercises have variations for a reason and occasionally that reason may be to benefit a person that has problems performing the initially designated manner of doing said exercise...
I agree.

My issue is that if a lifter does not know the fundamentals in the sense that they are not making progress from them, then needs are often perceived (from an article, buddy at the gym, Mr. Olympia, a study) rather than experiential.
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