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Old 12-16-2011, 08:54 AM   #3
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Solider said a lot of good things so I won't add much.

Progression of weight is what's important. Some exercises are much easier to train to failure than others, so I occasionally accidentally hit failure on these lifts. But in general the toll failure takes upon my body and CNS, especially when the weight gets heavy, makes it something I avoid. I stop all sets when I feel like I may lose form or fail on the next rep.

In general the only thing I care about is improving on my last workout by at least one rep. You do not need to fail, but you do need to progress.
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