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Old 12-24-2011, 08:41 AM   #7
Fazc
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Originally Posted by MikeM View Post
I was struck by how his approach is so similar to Fazc as in hit a max number (and recruit maximum muscle fibers) and then drop down to work sets. Not shilling, just saying.
It's a pretty popular way of training, not sure where it originated but it has become very popular again due to the re-emergence of 'Bulgarian' training. They were well known for hitting a daily max which then set the poundage for the rest of the workout. So something like this:

Warm up to daily max.
Take off 20-25lbs for doubles
OR Take off 40-50lbs for triples (technique work)
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