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Old 01-08-2012, 01:18 AM   #329
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Hey,
now you beasts are deloading after every 2 weeks so this doesn't exactly apply but I wanted to bring something up for sake of discussion. Do 90% weights burn you out after 3 weeks as Simmons and Zatsiorsky claim? Does switching movement actually get around this or do you still need to have a deload week with lower intensity?

From a little reading it seems to me that WS claims rotating exercises eliminates this issue yet at the same time they do a light day every so many weeks? Hepburn, Ditillo, et all never claimed this to be the case but they didn't advocate going to 100% max singles either. What do we think about the whole thing?
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