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Old 08-02-2011, 12:58 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Off Road View Post
BtB touched on this a bit. But a lot of guys get so caught up in doing too much stuff, thinking that's the secret to making fast gains. I hate to keep bringing up Dr. Ken Leistner, but the guy was absolutely brilliant and nobody has put more thought into lifting than he does. Dr. Ken used to say that a guy could do nothing more than a squat, an upper body pull exercise, and an upper body push exercise, and achieve 90% of their potential. Think about that for a while; no fancy splits, no percentages, no rotating lifts, just hard work.
I need to read more Dr. Ken, because I believe the same thing.
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