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Old 07-08-2011, 10:12 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Roy1787 View Post
If I remember right Steve Reeve's workout has only one heaviest set and the first two are lighter weight for the same reps. Isn't this a lot like HIT or Dorian Yates workout?
Well in a sense the old York workouts look more like HIT workouts than they do volume workouts or Park/Eder workouts, so I guess I can see why Reeves would appear similar to some.
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