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Old 10-29-2011, 08:26 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by Fazc View Post

1) There will be a heavy amount of loading followed by a period of unloading/deloading. For this to work the loading periods need to be severe.

6) Squat/Dead variations are to be done 3 times a week usually on the same day. Benching to be done 2-3 times.
These 2 points in particular have been something I have put a lot of thought into recently.

I have been considering 1-2 heavy weeks followed by a lighter week of volume work at 50-60%.

For squats and deads I have mulled the following possibilities...

3 Days Per Week (Alternating workouts)

Heavy squat, moderate deadlift, squat assistance.
Heavy deadlift, moderate squat, deadlift assistance.

Or...

Heavy squat, moderate deadlift, deadlift assistance.
Heavy deadlift, moderate squat, squat assistance.
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