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Old 10-06-2011, 07:53 PM   #10
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Originally Posted by LtL View Post
Makes sense I guess. Different rep ranges work better for different exercises. Not much back volume on there although I guess that'll be covered in assistance exercises. Looks solid.

Thanks Al, I will cover back in assistance movements and possibly a day for back altogether...just depends on how I respond to this style, so far so go...lol
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post
Interesting mix, to me the singles for exercise 2 and 3 make the Bench part at least resemble more of a Metal Militia type approach.

But whatever you want to call it, looks interesting. I'll be subbed to see how you respond to so many singles.

Good luck!
Thanks Fazc, I will have to look up Metal Militia! Perhaps I cna use it for a client that is looking to begin PLing! Thanks for subbing and I will post up how I respond as well.
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