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Old 11-15-2011, 08:05 AM   #5
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There are few bad ways of progression. When a set and rep range say something like 4x10, you can pretty much progress how you see fit...as long as there is regular progression involved.

For me personally, on non-super taxing likes likes squats, deadlifts, etc, I like to perform as many reps as possible each set, stopping a set when I feel like I may fail on the next rep.
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