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Old 12-14-2009, 03:57 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Grim83 View Post
the layne norton style holds merit, but i do believe that with a few tweaks a intermediate could see some benefits of incorporating his idea, for instance dropping it back to 4 days a week with an upper lower split similar to the one Kmano used when he came over here (that was one of my tweaked routines). but i do agree that your lifting should stay rather basic until a certain point, but if someone is an aspiring bodybuilder its a tough lot to get it through their heads that they will be fine without all the extra work.
Any split works as long as heavy compounds and progression are at the core. That's why Layne's system is very good.
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