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Old 09-29-2011, 10:39 AM   #8
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
I am all for pushing the boundaries!!

But how are you going to regulate this? I've tried a variation of this after reading some Broz stuff; long story short it lead to an injured knee for 6 months, and I have usually have pretty good knees.
Last time I did only one working set for each bodypart. Which lift I performed, and how heavy I went was based on how I felt that day.

Good mornings the first time around were with a moderate weight, slowly adding one rep per workout. Squats will be about the same. They will start with a moderate weight and seemingly low volume of singles.

For example, starting squats may be:

Monday - 325 x 5 singles
Tuesday - 325 x 6 singles
Wednesday - 325 x 7 singles
Thursday - 325 x 8 singles
Friday - 325 x 9 singles

Monday - 330 x 5 singles....

As with everything I do, regulation is based on body feel.
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