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Old 09-12-2011, 02:02 PM   #18
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I hear you on the extensions and curls. Honestly, I haven't used either in a long while, but I was inspired to place them in this program. It may be a mistake, but I won't know until I try it. It'll be light weights, working for maximum muscular endurance in specific muscles to compliment the compound movements, which have been and will always be the foundation of any of my training programs.

As for the simplicity, I think we just meant two different things. For me, the programI had was great, but doing it every day with cleans and the other things involved was killing my back. I need to "spread the wealth" and hit some other things, which is what I meant when I said that over simplification wasn't working.

Thanks for your input, and thanks for reading along. I know I can be long winded!
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