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Old 12-21-2009, 01:35 AM   #7
Bodybygamma
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Seems solid. Rule of thumb for younger guys training. Don't over do the thinking and planing process, it is more important to establish a mind and muscle connection, and learn your body. Try the routine stick with it for at least 6-8 weeks and gauge how you feel, have a bad day consult your journal. Sometimes all the planning in the world won't help you get stronger as much as just lifting weight.

My advice on speed work, is add it in when you feel you need it, or when your too burnt out to lift heavy. Just make sure the bar feels light. Technique work and explosive power can be the limiting factor in your strength after a while, so just cycle everything accordingly.
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