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Old 09-29-2011, 11:26 AM   #22
BendtheBar
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Whilst this last point isnít strictly true in terms of strength and muscle development, its worth treating every set as if itís a work set, meaning that your body should be set up correctly on the bench press
Exactly.

I look at every set as a CNS prime. The CNS is rarely talked about, but extremely important in performance. Every set I do is working towards priming/preparing my CNS. My warmup sets, and warmup set structure are very important.
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