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Old 01-10-2012, 10:59 AM   #4
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I think working high frequency combined with high intensity just brings the pain, regaurdless of good form. Powerlifters that are really pushing themselves are always feeling beat up.
I agree. I've found that really high intensity (in relation to what I lift) done too frequently leaves me feeling like someone has smashed all the joints involved with a sledgehammer, after a couple of weeks solid rest or at least backing off, and all the pain dissipates allowing me to get back to it again.
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